Excellent | Worth a Detour
Review by: Roadfood Team
From the outside, Navajo Hogan looks like a plain cinderblock structure. Upon entering you see the interior that has Native American art and décor. It is one of the few restaurants in the country that specializes in Native American food.
What should I eat at Navajo Hogan?
We chose the traditional Navajo taco, which is made of homemade chili, beans, lettuce, tomato, and sour cream. A topping bar gives customers access to red and green salsas, onions, and jalapenos. Beyond chili, Navajo taco topping options include shredded beef, chicken, and green chili. It is possible to substitute blue corn fry bread for the golden kind.
Get the dessert!
Dessert is sweet fry bread with melted honey butter and with cinnamon sugar is on the top.
A final note
Navajo Hogan serves mutton stew every Saturday; however, according to Bill, you need to arrive early before the kitchen runs out. *Original Post by Dale Fine*
|Meals Served||Lunch, Dinner|
|Credit Cards Accepted||No|