My wife and I had a great dining experience. The customer service is superb, our server is very attentive and is on top of things. The nachos was amazing. The tacos are great. Portions are also good. I only wish we can mix and match tacos.
Enjoyed my green chile chicken burrito. The service was great and we had a party of 14 of which included 7 kids. I think with the burrito I used to it being thicker and smaller as opposed to long and thin. Also, while I think the sauce was green chile, it came out red leading me to wonder if it was really green chile.
Coyote's is a good restaurant. We came for lunch and it seems to be the hopping place for local business men and women on lunch breaks. We were in tshirts and jeans and seemed a little underdressed for the clientele even though I know the dress was appropriate for the establishment. Anyways, service for lunch was fast and attentive. We mostly liked the dishes that we got. The avocado taco plate was really good...a sude of the crispy Brussels sprouts where really good... The side dishes of black beans and cilantro rice was good. The least favorite dish we had was the chile lime tacos...everything about it was kind of dry...especially the chicken. The flavor was OK, just overall dry. I am new to Greeley and have tons of other places I'd like to try, so it will be a while before I come back, but I'd still give it another go as there are other things on the menu I would like to try. Its unfortunate that the compitition is fierce here in Greeley for mexican/southwest restaurants, as I believe in a different market this could be a standout establishment. For lunch the value is pretty good. 2 taco plates, a small side and a coffee, we got out at about 14$ per person.
We thought the food was great and so was the service. Most of the people in our group took food home in boxes. I appreciate it when restaurants use recyclable prastic take home boxes instead of the cheaper styrofoam.
I gave this place 3 stars because the food was mediocre. It has the same vibe as Chili’s. We got the flight of drinks which were the best part of the meal.We got the avocado rolls to start & they were good. I ordered the carne asada plate which came with a lobster & shrimp enchilada, the piece of meat was tiny but the flavor was good, the seafood enchilada was interesting I’ve never personally had an enchilada that way. Beans & rice were fine. The Tacos en fuego, was a bit of a let down cause they serve it to you like fajitas. They light the skillet on fire which was cool to watch but then you have to build your own tacos, which is fine but tacos are usually already really built when served to you. I think a more fitting name would be Fajitas en fuego. Would I came back to this restaurant? I would not. I dont feel the price matched the quality of food.
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