This restaurant is generally good, but its fixed-price dinner on New Year's Eve was a disappointment. The beef tenderloin and mashed potatoes were submerged in an old- motor-oil sauce, and the beef tenderloin itself was wrapped in a Toyota timing belt of bacon which proved to be inedible. The vegetables were wilted. The wine list suffers from the usual New Mexico paucity of California chardonnays, especially by the glass.
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