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We came for a late lunch starving after a long plane ride from the east coast. Great place for a delicious chile relleno or chicken tacos. Staff was ver accommodating in building something for everyone to eat.
This has been one of my go-to places for years--interesting menu, delicious food, beautiful place.
Over the last 6 to 12 months we've noticed a serious lack of quality control...their once delicious house made turkey green chile sausage became inedible; formerly wonderful entrees (most notably...the chicken and waffles) are consistently overcooked--it seems like they've been cooked ahead of time and kept 'warm' all day...today I had the piñon blue corn pancakes...they were better than I've had them recently, but the pork sausage was terrible, and the syrup was some sort of fake maple flavor. Really too expensive for this kind of experience.
It makes me sad to say this, but I won't be going back.More
We ate here after we toured the Pueblo Indian Cultural Center and museum. The restaurant is awesome and so was the service. They have several vegetarian type selections as well. I had the black bean burger which I thoroughly enjoyed. I highly recommend eating here...if you visit the museum or are just in the area.More
I was looking for a unique dining experience to share with our exchange student from Portugal. The reviews for the restaurant were good, and we needed something to do on a unusually cold winter day in Albuquerque.
We waited about 15 minutes to be seated...for lunch. I advised our waiter I am allergic to onions and asked that he check with the chef as to what I can eat. The waiter returned stating everything has onion. My family was hungry and we didn't want to go somewhere else. I looked at the waiter and it was clear he just wanted us to leave. I asked about the BLTA as bacon doesn't have onion. Well the BLTA has turkey along with the bacon and according to the waiter the turkey has onion powder. I asked him to bring a BLTA with the turkey on the side, and my husband would eat the turkey. I asked for a side salad and the waiter stated all their salad dressings have onion. I inquired as to the oil and vinegar?? Needless to say ordering was a chore. And, when the sandwich arrived there was no avocado, and no salad dressing. It took 10 minutes to get sliced avocado, which should have been part of the sandwich, and the oil and vinegar for my salad. And, there was no onion in the turkey, as it was processed turkey.
My husband ordered a pueblo burger with fries and he stated the bun was very dry. My daughter and our exchange student ordered the bison burger with fries and it was a hit.
We spent over $50 for a lunch that would have been less stressful at a local cheap eats place.More