While shopping in the Santa Fe Plaza, we asked a shop owner to suggest a restaurant. Not wanting the typical tourist restaurant, we specifically wanted to know where the locals ate. We were assured Tortilla Flats was the place, and that the food would be great. We ate there for lunch, and had New Mexican dishes, which were all excellent. The sopapillas at the end of the meal were ridiculously large, and they were light and flaky to boot. We decided to eat at Tortilla Flats the next day for breakfast, and we weren't disappointed. The whole wheat pancakes loaded with baked-in blueberries were scrumptious! My only quibble was that I asked for some green chili sauce to put on my eggs, and when the bill came, we were charged $1.60 or so for the small cup of sauce! Really petty, I thought. Except for that, everything was excellent, and we'll eat there again on our next trip to Santa Fe.
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