I have eaten here 4 times since happening upon this place in Feb. ( I live 3 hours away). Each time the service has been good, and the food has been consistently excellent. This is New Mexican cuisine, not Tex-Mex or Mexican. The difference is related to the use of red or green chile sauces, "Red or Green" is the official question of the state of New Mexico. Finding New Mexican cuisine this good in Colorado (albeit SW Colo., which is culturally and geographically not that different) is quite a surprise. Their chiles are locally sourced and come from one specific farm, which explains the consistency of flavor. I find their sauces have just the right amount of heat, which wakes me up and makes me sweat a bit but does not destroy my tastebuds. Real chile fans flock to this place.
Chips and salsa (which are quite good) are additional charge. According to some reviews here, this is a deal breaker for some people. Guess what? You always pay for the chips and salsa at every restaurant. It's just hidden elsewhere. Guess what else? You pay for quality, too. This is quality New Mexico cuisine.
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