This is one of those small restaurants that is often overlooked because your going to the museum to see something and your not thinking about eating. The restaurant sits between the
Folk Art Museum and the Native American and Culture Museum. The cafe has outstanding veiws from either the outdoor patio (winter not suggested) or inside with the views overlooking the southern part of Santa Fe and the Jemez mountains in the background.
We had the daily special for lunch which was outstanding. It was a three course meal for $14 and the food with really good. My wife had the duck confit wrap with a mango dipping sauce that was outstanding. We also selected another desert to share even though my meal came with a rich chocolate tart, The wine selection is average or you can order a beer with most of the beers locally brewed. Our service was quick however the waiter was a little slow in remembering things. Our only hold back on the restaurant being excellent was there was a guitarist playing for the guests which included an amplifier. This made the music a little loud and harder to talk. Others seemed to have enjoyed the restaurant also because even at almost 2:00PM, the restaurant had about 25 guests eating when we were there. The soup our neighbor had also looked awfully good.
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