Quality Inn Airport East
900 Yarbrough Dr.
El Paso, TX 79915
Phone: (915) 594-9111
Fax: (915) 590-4364
900 Yarbrough Dr., El Paso, TX, US, 79915
- Phone: (915) 594-9111
- Fax: (915) 590-4364
This restaurant is located several miles from downtown, but it's extremely convenient if you're staying near the El Paso Airport. The original location was in nearby Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, but in 1981 the family-owned business decided to move over the border to its present spot. The menu has typical Mexican dishes like guacamole, quesadillas, tacos, tostadas and a few specialty plates like Cochinita Pibil (roasted pork made with achiote and citrus) or the Chicken Mole Poblano. The prices are amazingly low for the amount of food and service is always prompt, overall a nice place to stretch your cash.
Tucked away in an industrial area, this simple eatery is devoid of any fancy trappings yet is popular in the neighborhood for its rustic Mexican food. Ernie's is a regular haunt for the Cielo Vista where you can watch your dishes being created at the open kitchen. It is definitely not for the calorie conscious but then you can cheat on your diet to savor the spicy delicacies.
Across the street from the Cielo Vista Mall, Pho Tre Bien brings Vietnam to Old El Paso. Here you order by number off the somewhat overwhelming menu but, you will soon find out that the choices are just variations on a theme. If you're here for pho, the three main categories are Rice, Yellow and Authentic noodles. Each one comes with your choice of steak, seafood or chicken. If you can, try to get a table on the beautiful garden patio, complete with a waterfall and a meditating Buddha.
Franky's Restaurant offers your favorite Mexican and American food at a low price.
There's nothing quite like seafood, and Landry's serves up the good undersea critters at their best. A restaurant chain with 23 locations in the sunbelt states, Landry's prides itself on serving the freshest of fish. So settle for a good dining experience. For starters, try out the Stuffed Shrimp Embrochette, which is spicy jumbo shrimp wrapped in bacon, or some crunchy yet chewy fried calamari. For the main course, it's hard to go wrong with the artichoke heart and mushroom-topped Chilean Sea Bass Madrid. All in all, a fine place.
Sensational seafood, spectacular curroundings and superb service. That's the trademark of Landry's Seafood House. Order up some oysters.
This nondescript, no-frills Italian restaurant is deceptive with its ordinary facade, because the dishes here are some of the best from the 'Boot' this side of the border. In addition to all the traditional favorites you'll find elsewhere like Veal Marsala, Chicken Parmagiana, the kitchen also allows you to create-your-own dish which includes your choice of pasta, sauce, veggies and meat. The trattoria also sells sausage by the foot, so if you choose not to dine, you can always buy some to take home and test your skills in the kitchen as well!
Griggs Restaurant, with its modest decor and cozy surroundings, provides its customers with tasty, New Mexican dishes. Just a stone's throw from the Cielo Vista Golf Course, the eatery is a little on the touristy side, but the food still retains most of its authentic New Mexican roots. Some signature dishes include the Green Enchiladas and the Chile Relleno.
As El Paso's oldest teppanyaki restaurant, Shogun Steak House does more than feed, it entertains. Think of it as nourishment for both body and soul when the chef prepares your meal right before your eyes, complete with fancy slicing and dicing. The house features a large sushi bar and specializes in such palate-pleasing delights as Teriyaki Chicken, Mahi Mahi, and Teriyaki Steak. Be forewarned: the meals are not cheap, so come prepared with a little hard-earned cash. Call for reservations during weekends.
A charming, romantic and casual cafe, La Tour Cafe & Wine brings the romantic ambiance of a Parisian cafe to the city's East Side. Sparsely furnished, with some scattered soft chairs and tables making up the main furniture, the cafe is colored in tones of red and black, with the walls adorned with pictures and black-and-white photographs. An ideal place for a first date, the cafe also plays host to live music occasionally. See the website or call to know more.
Provides an exceptional family dining experience in a beautiful Southwestern ambiencea. A casual concept that appeals to a diverse age group of casual diners. Menu includes Steak, Seafood and burgers and soup and salad.
Located near Speaking Rock, Wyngs serves up friendly Mexican fare with tasty hospitality. Some of their specialties include the Chile Con Queso, the Chiles Rellenos, and the Queso Fundido. The tender Fajitas are a particular treat and their guacamole is excellent. A definite pleasurable dining experience made even more so by the full bar that always seems to be open. Call for hours.