Carne Adovada is good, everything else is average at best. I can't understand why the place is so popular. It's more of a tourist trap restaurant with a landmark tradition. If you want good food, keep moving.
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We always try to have one meal at this excellent restaurant on our trips to New Mexico. The ambience is wonderful - very refreshing. The food is outstanding as is the service. There is always a great selection of items on the menu.
This legendary place serves terrific food, very rich, and a lot of it. Extensive southwestern menu, you can't really go wrong. If you can finish your lunch here you will pretty much be done for the day. It's worth the drive, which gives you great...More
What do the Rolling Stones, Robert Redford, and Ozzie Osborne have in foodie common? They've all been to and eaten at this excellent restaurant. It's history is older than anyone reading this review. And they are still an excellent establishment. Plan on a wait weekends....More
Came for the carne adovada and was it worth it! It's one one of the best I ever had. Loved the ambiance and the food is just awesome. This is a very special place to us.
We went to see the church at Chimayo and found our way to Rancho de Chimayo on the recommendation of both the priest and my friends in the area. The meal started off with freshly fried chips and a sublime hot sauce that had a...More
Now, this is not a fancy restaurant, but NM is a 'come as you are' type of state. This sprawling restaurant has the feel of being in someone's home; warm and welcoming. Our waitress was friendly and punctual. The food came quickly, despite it being...More
We ate at the restaurant on New Year’s Eve. We were a little nervous since we couldn’t get a reservation and just did a walk in. But we enjoyed the lounge while we waited for a table and they got us seated. Food is excellent!...More
This is a large hacienda with numerous colorful and character-filled rooms, and terraced seating outdoors on good days. Beautifully decorated for the Christmas holiday. It is a perennial stop for us when in Chimayo or on the high road to Taos. Consistently good food, good...More