Great place. The food was fast and tasty. The service was a little spotty at first for lunch but it definitely got back on track once we received our drinks. PS - locals love it as well!!
I lived in Albuquerque when I was a student in the mid 1990s, and Los Cuates was my favorite restaurant then. I returned last weekend for a short vacation, and the original location Los Cuates was my first stop. One of the first things I noticed that had changed was that I *could* have tried a Los Cuates inside the... More
I was excited to have breakfast here before my flight, but was then sorely disappointed when I was served. The huevos rancheros consisted of corn tortillas with green and red chile sauce topped by two eggs with a side of refried beans and sliced potatoes. It was very bland and missing something to give it flavor. The potatoes were thinly... More
We were only in town for a night before catching a flight home. Friends brought us here so that I could have some decent New Mexico cuisine . I may not eat again until I get home. Very large portions and very good meal.
There are a few Los Cuates locations in the ABQ metro area, but the original on Lomas is still the best. On my last visit to ABQ I ate at there twice as the food is so delicious that once is not enough. On my first visit I had the chicken enchiladas with red AND green chili (xmas). Delicious. The... More
Since we had driven by this restaurant on Lomas several times, we decided to go in. Los Cuates has a vintage feel to it. Don't let that interfere with the food. When you enter it is dark and you seem to be almost in the bar. A hostess whisked us away into the restaurant which was brighter. It is a... More
We have been hearing good things about this restaurant and returned to check it out again. Our first visit was disappointing. Things have really changed and we found it to be very good! Our good experience started when we were warmly greeted by the host. After a short wait we were taken to the dining room. Our wait person was... More
We met family and friends here while we were in town for dinner. We had a fairly large party and even though they were busy, they still seated us and provided excellent service. The food was good, though you can definitely find more authentic and better in Albuquerque. I would definitely eat here again.
Nice seating area with good people watching. Excellent service and excellent food. Had a brunch egg burrito and spouse had chili relleno & beans. Both were nicely done. Then tried the sopaipillas and were some of the best we've had. Good spot to relax and wait for a flight.
Hostesses, servers and staff would not serve us and when we did get our food order it had a giant glass shard in it. Since the rest of the dining customers were Hispanic, we could only conclude that this restaurant didn't cater to white customers. I would never recommend this place to anyone, white, black or Hispanic! I shared my... More
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