If you every travel along Interstate 40 that spans from Illinois to California, than you have probably seen these along the way. It is famous too for its signature country store stocked with gifts and its southern country food. The food and service is always good and the gift store is unique.
Huge complaint: You have to walk thru the gift store to get to the restuarant. I kind find this annoying since the travel buses brings load of visitors to these establishment, so you have folks who are lined up to try to get the restaurant and the lines backs into the gift store so its hard to look at what they have. It is also how you have to pay for your food is at the gift store register. The restrooms are located in the gift store so you have to navigate around everyone to get to it. So with that said, I will let you decided if you want to stop....lol.
Mr. D'z is one of those casual, but very unique dinning. If you enjoy 50's decore and the lure of good old Route 66, then this is the place for you. Nice friendly folks and good food! Lots of neat things to look at too.
We visited Arby's in Kingman on East Andy Devine, Kingman has most of the usual fast food options including Popeye Chicken
Arbys and Wendys are owned by the same group and within their fast food limitations, are far better than BK and McDonalds
Favorite Dish: We like the curly fries and the Roast Beef sandwiches
JB's Diner is right opposite the Days Inn East we stayed in at Kingman. It is a pleasure after a while to walk to a restauarant on a USA holiday - far too car-orientated that you so often drive. And I get a beer ! ; )
JBs is a chain for breakfast. lunch and dinner, the only locations seem to be Arizona New Mexico Utah Wyoming and Montana.
I had the marvellous turkey dish (pictured) and last year threatened to do th e Xmas turkey at home the same way - well maybe this year!?!?
We stayed for deserts, and with drinks were little more than US$30 for two
Favorite Dish: Oven Roasted, hand-carved turkey with cornbread stuffing smothered with turkey gravy with cranberry sauce and sweetcorn
Calico's is a nice family restaurant. The inside was kind of like a Denny's or an Applebee's but a bit more down home. The staff was very friendly, and the service attentive.
Favorite Dish: I had fish with two vegetables, a large biscuit, and the soup bar. The fish was above average, and the Southwest Corn Chowder (although it did not look that appetizing) tasted great.
This place does not look like much from the outside. The inside had a decent decor with Thai posters on the walls, some comfortable booths and several tables. The service was adequate. The food though is what is memorable about the place. It was fresh,
well-prepared, and plentiful. Better than most Thai Restaurants I have been to. A great place to stop and eat in Kingman.
Favorite Dish: I had Pad See Lew, a very tasty noodle dish.