Four-Star “Home of the Eagle” Refines Menu of Traditional Hualapai Dishes Made with Southwest and Asian Flair, Served Amid Breathtaking Scenery
The world’s only four-star restaurant with one-of-a-kind Grand Canyon views turns one year old in March, marking thousands of guests amid the splendor of the Grand Canyon’s West Rim. Sa’ Nyu Wa – the Home of the Eagle – will launch its newly refined menu (plus beer and wine list) this month to better serve guests a diverse blend of traditional Hualapai dishes fused with unique Southwestern and Asian influences.
The Sa’ Nyu Wa restaurant celebrates its first anniversary this month with a refined menu and amazing views of the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. Lunch and dinner guests experience a diverse blend of traditional Hualapai dishes fused with unique Southwestern and Asian influences — all in a one-of-kind-ambience overlooking the canyon and the Skywalk. There is also a cafe menu for quick pick-ups.
Opened last spring by the Grand Canyon Resort Corporation – wholly owned by the Hualapai Tribe, Sa’ Nyu Wa features floor-to-ceiling windows that offer dramatic Grand Canyon views. The restaurant’s menu offers guests a wide breadth of special dishes, from an authentic Hualapai Acorn Stew to Hualapai Tacos made with fry bread to new selections like Chicken Tikka Marsala served with homemade naan bread and a Pork Belly Ramen Bowl.
Sa’ Nyu Wa is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11:00am to 5:00pm. Mohave North, Peach Springs, AZ 86434. (888)868-WEST.