1 Main Street Tortilla Flat AZ, Tortilla Flat, AZ, USA
www.tortillaflataz.com/oldwe… - No phones but you can call 480.984.1776 for info
Tortilla Tortilla Flat Reviews
May 05, 2007
This was a very unusual restaurant. As we negotiated the Apache trail we saw few cars and now I know why. They were all at Tortilla Flat.The town has only six residents. At one time the town had over 100 residents but after a flood and more recently a fire that destroyed everything, only six are left. The place looks so run down that at first I was a little disappointed but some of that is deliberate to keep the atmosphere. The service was fantastic and friendly. The only criticism I have is that they do not allow any substitutions on the menu. Since I couldn't have my Mexican food with out refried beans in it, which I don't like I ordered a hamburger. We received our food in what seemed like just a few minutes wait. My hamburger was so hot! I don't mean spicy, I just mean really hot. I had not realized before that they are usually lukewarm. I loved my hamburger and the fries were good too. The beer was really cold. A great lunch!
The decor is interesting as people have donated money to put on the walls. Most are US dollars but some are from other countries. In fact they say they have money from more than 67 different countries
The bathroom was clean and well stocked but also disturbing enough that I had to take a picture of it.
The restaurant is open Monday through Friday 9:00 to 6:00 and Saturday and Sunday they are open from 8:00 to 7:00.
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