When staying in the Cameron Trading Post Grand Canyon Hotel you ‘have’ to have dinner in their own restaurant. It is located behind a huge souvenir store (the ‘old’ trading post) and because the restaurant was crowded we had to wait before seated (no problem, we were on holiday).
Location: inside the Cameron Trading Post.
Staff: not too friendly and helpful, but I suppose that’s the Navajo culture. Service was not efficient and we had to wait long for our food.
Inside: restaurant is huge, has more or less outdated furniture and a metalled ceiling. There is a lot of noise when the staff is cleaning tables and guests are coming and going for their dinner. All together not very cosy and without atmosphere.
Food: my wife had a mixture of Mexican food - Combination Plate - and this was the worst she had during our trip in the USA; especially the meat was terrible. My Fried Chicken was not that bad. We were so disappointed and left without eating a dessert. This meal was the worst and the cheapest - they are not serving wine - we had in Arizona.