My wife and I had dinner here on a recent visit to Santa Fe. La Fonda, the hotel, was undergoing renovations, but the dining room was in full operation and we wanted to experience this old hotel. Our young server (Gaspar C) was very professional - formal, but not pretentious or overbearing. Only service issue was long wait for a simple gelato dessert ($6). We split a spinach salad ($10), my wife had tacos ($18), while I tried the pork rib eye ($19). It was all good - though short of great. Only complaint on the food was that my pork was tough, over-done. Pork is hard to get right . . . I know from experience. Prices were very reasonable. We had table wine by the glass in the $7 per range. Decor o.k. - features painted glass panels that we were not real sure about - amateurish?
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