We tried this place based on the ratings that were given. Most were in the 4-5 range. Who ever rated this place did not have a Mexican background or experience in Mexican Cuisine. While the food was good it is a heart attack waiting to happen. It was old style but more with a New Mexico flavor. We got ordered the Enciladas both in Green Chile and Red Chile. The Red Chile First; The Red Chile Sauce was more of a Mole' type and would have been better served on Chicken or Beef. While I am not a Mole' person is was good with a hint of chocolate and I believe peanut butter which is usuall from the old recipies. The corn tortillas used were fried almost to the point that theyh were crispy and this was both the Red and Green Chile Enchiladas. They were also a bit on the greasy side. I tasted the ones my wife had and preferred the Green to the Red. The refried beans were homemade and were thick obviously made with lard, but they were tasty. The plates were served hot and so much to the point that you could barely touch them. The Chile was pour over the entire plate then placed in either an oven or microwave. A salad was then placed on top of the sauce with eventually drowned the salad. The place is very small with only one table for sitting and the rest is countertop sitting. It was in the low 60's out side but very warm inside almost to the point that it was uncomfortable. The atmosphere is nothing to speak of but I'm guessing that the locals don't go there for candle light dinning. The prices are reasonable for what you get and the other food that I saw looked good. If I were not traveling I might think about stopping by again. OH!! The service was excellent.
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