On one hand I love the ambience of the Pink Adobe: the many small rooms of the centuries-old building allow for an intimate feeling, quiet surroundings and a casual setting. The artwork from local artists on all of the walls of the restaurant add a real charm to the Adobe. I enjoyed the Plato Mexicano, which is a combination of a chicken taco, cheese enchilada and pork tamale, which is served with rice and pinto beans. Quiet a lot of food for $20. I also ordered a side salad, which considering the ample portions of the platter entre, was probably too much for one person for dinner. My dinner companion enjoyed a simple green salad, and again, the ample portions were enough for a full meal. On the down side, the service was fairly inattentive and we needed to ask repeatedly for refills of our water and tea. I wasn't asked if I wanted a second glass of wine. Just as well: the glass of wine was much less than half full, which was a bit miserly for a $12 glass of wine.
The Pink Adobe is a Santa Fe establishment and is worth a try. With many innovative new restaurants in Santa Fe vying for your patronage, you will have many very good alternatives to the Pink Adobe.
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