Our favorite restaurant in Twisp, and definitely among the best Mexican restaurants I’ve been to. They don’t do anything fancy, but the basic stuff is wonderful (tacos, burritos, tostadas, quesadillas) and the salsa is always good. The vegetarian options have a good assortment of veggies (not just onions and green peppers), and the non-Mexican dishes are also good.

Great place for quality homemade Mexican food in the Methow Valley. Super friendly owners and you can see they really care about the food they serve. We’ll be back!

The menu variety is at first confusing (faijtas, hamburgers and linguini?) but, don’t worry, it just means there is something for everyone. On our first trip we tried the Tequila Lime Prawn Tostada and the Chicken Mole, both of which were flavorful, extremely filling, and artfully presented. After being more than satisfied with our meals (and reading the reviews of the parm rice), I can’t wait to go back and try their other options.

The gem of Twisp. There’s nothing like stumbling upon a tasty Mexican dive after a dayhike, and this place fit the bill for us. The cook/owner is from Oaxaca, but knows the standard Cal-Mex style as well as novelties like the seafood paella which was the special during our visit (and was tasty too). Guacamole was the real deal, and we ordered seconds. Shrimp fajitas had some cinnamon and cumin spicing and were surprisingly fresh for being so far inland. A satisfying find.

This is the best restaurant in the Methow Valley! I could eat their carne asada every day of the week for the rest of my life. The ingredients are always fresh and delicious. The service is always excellent. Their salsa is some of the best I’ve ever tasted. The only thing they could improve upon is adding some margaritas to their menu.

Timothy T.

City Valley