I chose the carne adovada, it was not New Mexican style, which I would say swims in red Chile sauce. This carne adovada was smoked and well cooked with a real tenderness to it.
My lunch mates had fish entrees, all of which looked delicious and were eaten all up.
Overall a great dining experience. A bit more spendy than a cantina. atmosphere was very nice. Fireplace and candles. Very dark, it will take a few moments to get your eyes adjusted.
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