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New Park City Restaurant – Reyes Adobe Restaurant

17 September 2009 By: Casey 8 Comments | News & Events


Check out our in-depth first hand review of Reyes Adobe!

Reyes Adobe in Park City Brings Flavorful Mexican to Main Street

Also check out their listing on Ski Town Restaurants for an updated menu and reviews: Reyes Adobe

More quick restaurant news from Park City Magazine:

Reyes AdobeA new restaurant is opening up on Main Street.  Robert Reyes and wife Genevieve Candelaria, along with executive chef Simon Monreal, will open Reyes Adobe, a Mexican restaurant, at 710 Main Street – the old location of La Casita restaurant.  Robert has been in the business since age 14, working his way up from dishwasher to restaurant owner.  His particular specialty is carne asada…a dish prepared by slow charbroiling with carefully selected cuts of meat and particular seasonings.  Simon is partial to the Mexican asado – a pork tenderloin cooked in salsa roja – or the seafood enchiladas.  Strawberry salad, drunken beans,and stuffed jalapenos are just a few other recommended items on the menu.  Reyes Adobe will be open for business on September 18th.”

Kevin and I will be finding out more information about Reyes Adobe Restaurant as soon as we can. Look for our review in the coming weeks. If you decide to try it, make sure you let us know all the details!

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  • Genevieve Candelaria said:

    You can view our daily specials on our website http://www.reyesadoberestaurant.com, on Facebook- Reyes Adobe, or on http://www.parkcitylocalcard.com.

    Come in and see us sometime. We have excellent prices, huge portions and excellent margaritas!!

  • Scott Bickman said:

    My family and I have been on the hunt for some decent Mexican food in Park City, especially since our beloved Cafe Sabor left town, so when we heard about Reyes Adobe and their slogans about not needing to venture to Salt Lake for an authentic Mexican meal, we knew we had to try the new establishment.

    Unfortunately, our hunt for a good Mexican meal in Park City continues. Our meals were high-priced, cold, and disappointing.

    My wife and I both ordered combination plates consisting of a single hard-shell taco each, and one other item. We were shocked to find the taco shells were not homemade and weren’t any different from those found at Taco Bell or in boxes on your local supermarket shelves (to be fair, this problem pervades most Mexican restaurants in the state). An authentic crispy taco is one where the shells are made in-house from fried corn tortillas.

    My second item was a chicken tamale which had obviously been prepared days in advance, perhaps re-heated at least once, and then re-heated again for my meal. It was hard and tasteless. My wife’s second item was a cheese enchilada which seemed to have been warmed in a microwave and transferred to her cold plate.

    In each case, the meals arrived luke warm, with cold beans and rice.

    I ordered a so-called ‘top shelf’ margarita which tasted like it was made from supermarket margarita mix and very little (if any) tequila.

    Our daughter had the Carne Asada Burrito which included the restaurant’s signature Carne Asada (after all, their web site lists them as “Utah’s Carne Asada Connaisseurs’ [sic]). While the Carne Asada in the surprisingly small burrito was good, included within was what can only be described as a cheese sauce, similar to Velveeta which later gave her a stomach ache. $15.99? Really?

    And to add insult to injury, the Guacamole we ordered had no seasoning other than the included chopped red onions and a couple of small diced pepper piece. We were shocked when the bill came and we found that we had been charged $12.99 for the equivalent of less than a cup of it.

    We really want to see a Mexican restaurant succeed in Park City and had high hopes for this one based on their marketing. Unfortunately, the quality, preparation and prices left us not wanting to return. So for now, we’ll continue to venture to Red Iguana or Blue Iguana all the way down in Salt Lake City.

    Reyes Adobe is located in the same space as the former La Casita. Perhaps the next restaurant in this location should be of another genre.

  • Greg Mendell said:

    I just had a nice dinner with my girlfriend at Reyes Adobe. We both enjoyed our night and had great service. On top of that, we got the steak fajitas with shrimp, and the server made it “Flaming Style”! It was so flashy, everyone was amazed! The food was great! I would suggest this restaurant to take your first date to.

  • Byron said:

    Reyes Adobe will definately be a stop when I am in Park City. Friendly serivce and great food. The Carne Asada is great. There are several choices. I had the Carne Asada and Camarones, the table ordered the chicken nachos they were great. The salsas were amazing. I recommend the green salsa.

  • Kurt Webb said:

    My experience at Reyes Adobe was a delight! I was in the area for business and stopped to have dinner and see the new restaurant. I dined by myself yet felt like I had immediate friends because of their professional and friendly manner with which they waited on me. The atmosphere was pleasant, and the feeling inviting.

    My food was delicious. Authentic chips and salsa were given upon being seated and my waiter was their willing to help and assist me. I ordered their grilled chicken and steak fajita dish which they had made and prepared for me in under 15 minutes. Went it arrived at my table it was sizzling with heat and seasoned to perfection. The proportions were huge and the taste delicious.

    I enjoyed my stay and the service I received so much that I went back the following night to dine with them once again. This time I ordered the shredded beef burrito and again was not disappointment. I recommend taking your family, friends, whomever, or just going solo to Reyes Adobe because it is worth your time, money and effort. It doesn’t matter who or when you go, just as long as you do go because it is that good!

  • Miriam said:

    I loved the Adobe reyes resturant. I came by and ordered a reasonably priced meal. It was a chili renyo and a chicken enchilada. It was very good and the price was great….$8.99
    I tried their mango margarita and it was very delicious. The atmosphere is very cute and warm and cozy at the same time.
    We were staying at the Gingerbread House lodging across the street. There was a walking path by a beautiful creek that led us to this resturant just off of Main St.
    This place is in a beautiful location and the food was great. I will come back every year.

  • Marcy said:

    My husband and I had a great dinner at Reyes Adobe. The carne asada was very good. The service was excellent. We’ll definitely come back. After reading all the reviews and knowing our experience, I’m surprised at the one bad review. I would highly recommend Reyes Adobe to a local or someone visiting Park City.

  • Carla said:

    I enjoyed a wonderful traditional Thanksgiving dinner at Reyes Adobe Resturant in Park City. The Turkey was so moist and tender you barely needed a fork to cut through it. The location is great, service was very good the atmosphere and people very friendly and welcoming. I will visit it whenever I am in Park City and highly recommend it to my friends and family.

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