“there is nothing better on earth than what I just ate!”
The Fry Bread House is a restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona seving Indian fry bread, a Native American staple made from white flour, baking powder, salt and Crisco. A recent recipient of the prestigious James Beard award, Fry bread is just what it sounds like -- fried bread -- and it's a mainstay on Indian reservations throughout the West. Although you can eat these thick, chewy slabs of fried bread plain, salted, or with honey, they also serve as the wrappers for Indian tacos, which are made with meat, beans, and lettuce. If you've already visited the Four Corners region of Arizona, then you've probably had an Indian taco or two. Forget them -- the ones here are the best in the state. Try one with green chili. If you still have room for dessert, do not miss the fry bread with chocolate and butter.
Their location had changed to 1003 E. Indian School Road.
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The Fry Bread House
- Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
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