1890 Bonanza Dr Ste 115, Park City, UT 84060
Phone: (435) 655-2877
Fax Number: (435) 655-2877
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Mexican, Take Out, Latin American
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
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05/30/2011Provided by Citysearch -
We eat here at least once a week....so good, affordable and great service!
Our favorite dishes are: Fish taco's, Carnita's, Chili Reno's, and Mini Taco's pestor. We love this place!!
They have a salsa bar with great variety!
A definite place to check out!! :)
12/26/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We live here in Park City, and all our Salt Lake friends RAVE about the Blue & Red Iguana mexican joints in SLC, granted their decor is better, and have a colorful Utah history, but the food here is 10 times better. Yes, it is in a ""strip mall"" that we call the ""Prospector Food Court with parking..."" but you will not find a better carne asada, mole or camaron anywhere... excellent salsa bar with every taste available from sweet hot to scorching. This place is very clean, and very busy, staff has been helpful and good to our family, sad to hear some one else did not have good service, but the staff does not speak very good English and may cause some misunderstandings. Another good sign is that our local Mexican population eats here daily, and the more exotic Mexican offerings on the menu the better.... be daring and go beyond the taco or burrito specials. This is not ""Baja Mex"", or ""Tex Mex"", it is more central Mexican and very authentic, with an addictive taste... We have not eaten at any of our regular Mexican spots since El Chubasco came to town many years ago...
07/02/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We recently moved here, and were pleasantly surprised by discovering how great the food is here. My problem came when I asked for corn tortillas (instead of flour) for my particular meal. The two ladies working the register rolled their eyes and grunted, grabbed my plate - almost spilling it over, then refused to give me eye contact thereafter. I actually volunteered to pay the price of another meal, just to let them understand I wasn't trying to be difficult (I'm allergic to wheat, therefore I can only eat corn tortillas, not flour). I'm an easy-going person, and didn't allow this to ruin my experience of great mexican food. However, this rude attitude coming from the women working the register (rolling eyes, grunts, and dismissive body language) became the norm each of the four times we ate there. (Although the men working always smiled, were very friendly and accommodating.) My family that joined us the last time we ate there, asked why we would eat in a place where we were treated with such disrespect. I didn't have an answer, nor have we returned. If you are treated well, eat there - the food is great. However, we are learning that there are plenty of great restaurants here that have great food and great attitudes.
11/06/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Very busy locals restaurant in a non-descript strip mall. The food is great and the prices are super low. Salsa bar has about a dozed different salsas. I spend a lot of time in Mexico...this restaurant is very authentic. Very busy during weekday lunch.