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The house that the restaurant is in was built in the 1800s by a Russian immigrant and is fascinating in its own right. The food was delicious. I had the brisket with green beans and fried okra sides. Absolutely fantastic.
I wanted to try something different than a chain, so I checked out this place while in Albuquerque. The Ribs were tasty, crunchy on the outside and flavorful on the inside. The sauce was tangy but the ribs weren't drenched in it.
The Potato salad...More
I really wanted to like this place especially after reading about the family history and their ties to Louisiana and East Texas; however, the food was not good.
When you put the words "barbeque house" in the name of your restaurant, the meat has to...More
This trip brought me and my students to Albuquerque, New Mexico. All games were cancelled so we had time to kill. Trip Advisor pointed out this establishment so, hey Keto plus hungry family equals, rib time. The establishment is at the corner and it looked...More
We usually go to another bbq place when we visit Alburquerque but saw the ratings on this place and decided to give it a try. My wife and I both like beef ribs. We stepped into the door and was quickly greeted by a very...More
Really enjoyed our lunch today at Mr. Powdrell's. We had a table in the sunny former dining room of the classic brick house and ordered sandwiches--beef for me, pork for my husband--that were the tastiest we've had in a long time. They came with plenty...More
Barbecue is very excellent. service is great. I have the barbecue dinner with fried okra and green beans. Barbecue in fried okra were the best I ever had. Green beans where just ok. Best barbecue I've had around Albuquerque. Barbecue is way better at this...More
We have come to realize Podrells is fantastic barbeque! We visit the 4th Street location regularly.
The taste is excellent including the okra and the sweet tea.
The facility is a historic landmark of a two story mansion located on a common street that still...More