George Lopez's Chingon Kitchen
Located on the second floor in the Rockin' Casino, enjoy tacos, burritos, bowls, Cabo stuffed potatoes or salads loaded with wood-fired carne asada, herb crusted rotisserie chicken or spit-fired al pastor. Top off these delicious menu items with avocado salsa, habanero salsa, pico de Gallo, salsa Mexicano, tomatillo salsa, cheeses and more!
At Chingon Kitchen you’ll also find yourself enjoying an eclectic collection of sides, including guacamole, taquitos, street corn, chips, frijoles negros and arroz rojo to name a few.
Enjoy an amazing combination of tacos and tequila and thrill your taste buds at the new Chingon Kitchen, only at San Manuel Casino. And a special added treat from George himself, try our Menudo every Sunday at 10am till close (or until we run out!) for just $7.99.
No reservation needed unless party of 8 or above. Seat yourself. Food service gives off a chipotle vibe so it is not the best trying to order.
We had reservations. They had the table reserved but to get food, you had to stand in a line like Chipotle. It was a Friday night and the line was really long. We stood in line for about 10 minutes and it didn't move much -- there were still at least 20 people ahead of us -- so we left.
Based on the line, the food must be really good. But...it is not a restaurant which should be taking reservations which implies that it is a higher end place.
We were surprised there is no table or cocktail service.
The food is cafeteria style and the service in the bar was very slow. Very reasonably priced.
There's no host station to check in at. The first few employees we asked knew nothing about taking reservations, they said it was a first come, first serve place. You stand in line and they make to order like you would at a fast food place.
Finally, the person doing the expediting of the food knew about it, and said it's a fairly new concept there. She was able to check us in, but again, no actual reserved table/seating.
Food was good and reasonably priced.
The food looked way better than it tasted.