531 N Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach, CA 90277
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Mon - Thu
5:00 pm - 9:30 pm
- Fri - Sat
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
5:00 pm - 9:30 pm
King Harbor Plz
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Mexican, Latin American
Alcohol: Full Bar
Price Range : Average
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"" I enjoy this place a lot, great selection of fine tequilas, food is king, great experience. ""
Nice small place, tables are sometimes very crowded together, loud type place, food is excellent and prices good. Service good, parking and location excellent. Recommended
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Went there several times while getting my dog groomed next door. Food is excellent, staff is great, only problem is the place is small and is very dark. I sometimes read the paper and it doesnt work there. overall a high quality place for mexican food.
Great food! Great drinks! Great staff! Coyote Cantina makes me and my guests feel at home every time we dine there. Reservations are a must on the weekends! This place is packed from open to close! New tequillas seem to be available on a weekly basis for you tequilla lovers!
We have been regulars since the days of ""CHAZ"" and Mathew has continued on with a great tradition and excellent food and great drinks and service. A great place to take family and friends from out of town. The margaritas are better than any place in the South Bay and the 40 or 50 different Tequila's make for a lot of testing. (Get a shirt and your name on the wall). The Mexican Lasagna is a must and can be enogugh for two. My favorite is the Carnitas which can be in a burrito or as a entree. Turkey Jalapeno Enchiladas are good any night and the Ahi salad tossed in a Habanero citris dressing (YUM)
I didn't expect to like this place as much as I do. It's a hidden treasure in the shopping center it occupies. The owner is usually on-site, and is so sweet. Excellent food- I always reccomend this place to friends.
I love going to new places so when my friends and I wanted to stay local for food I had to do my citysearch in the South Bay. Unfortunately, the majority of the restaurants in the area aren't rated too well so I was skeptical. Coyote Cantina was rated pretty high so I thought we'd take a chance. Although it's right next to PetCo and it seems like it's a hole in the wall this restaurant is soooo goood. Everything we had was good. Egg rolls for appetizers yummy, my sweet corn ravioli yummy, pineapple quesedilla yummy! Prices were very decent too. I can't believe I've never gone here before I sure will again.
This place is so great! You would never guess because the location is kind of hidden, but the food is amazing! Drinks are great too!
The setting wasn't too bad, the service a bit slow. I went there last night and I asked for the waitress recommendation of what was her favorite, she picked the chicken linguini - creamy chile sauce. Very good, the pasta was al dante, but being in a mexican restaurant you might want to try mexican food right? Well, my friends ordered the burrito grande and the 2 item dish combo. They were just mediocre, they tried mine and agreed that the pasta is far more better than their mexican dishes. Their calamari and the sauce that goes with it were pretty good also, kinda remind me of chef boyardee, but it's not bad. I would go back for the pasta.
The place is small but has some of the coolest ""Coyote Art"" I've ever seen. Margaritas were great - try the special, I think it is called White Lightening or something like that. The owner, Matthew, is friendly and the staff is young and prompt. The food is the best part, including the Brie Mango Quesedilla, the Chicken Taco and the Salmon. The rice and beans are NOT traditional mexican and we loved them. The place is packed and loud - don't expect a romantic evening - go fo for the fun!!
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