We were staying at Sandia Peak Inn and decided to walk across the street to have dinner. It is always a bad sign if you have to pay for chips and salsa (this Texan heard alarm bells ringing immediately). Now I know the red sauce in New Mexico is supposed to be hot, and I like that. However, my enchiladas were just drowning in the sauce and I couldn't taste the enchiladas for the overwhelming heat in my mouth. Furthermore, the kids' meals were advertised as coming with a side of fruit. What mom wouldn't like that? What arrived was a pre-packaged fruit cup you might pack in a sack lunch. Really? I say NO.
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