Lord the help yourself chips and various salsa versions. My meal was fresh and light as far as Mexican goes. Not too greasy and laden with cheese. Staff exceptionally friendly.
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I went in for a late lunch one snowy afternoon back in March. I remembered our family eating here one summer about 4 years ago and wanted some more. It was a slow time in town and a slow time at La Cocina de Luz....More
If your favorite Mexican food is covered with a salty blob of cheese and mushy refried beans, you are probably not going like this place. Your side of beans will be whole pinto beans with queso fresco and your salad will have jicama and cilantro...More
Ate here with friends during a ski week and we all thoroughly enjoyed the meals and margaritas. Food was fresh, spiced just right and pretty authentic. Margaritas were strong and tasted like real lime juice, not a sugary mix. Service seemed uncoordinated b/c someone making...More
Surprisingly good New Mexican style food. Breakfast items served till noon. Free chips and salsa bar. Entrees a bit pricy, but all items can also be ordered a la carte ( I can never eat all of an entree anyhow). Pulled chicken enchilada with NM...More