On our Christmas stay in Taos, my 10yr old son wanted to take a "Wake-Up Walk" we ended up at Ricky's. Happy we did. They are so kind, including the locals eating here also. Great food, great service, super friendly staff!
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Ricky's was recommended to us by our hotel. It's a small place, and looks like a "dive." However, the food was absolutely fantastic. It was like we'd gone to a good friend's house and they decided to make us breakfast. I had the blueberry pancakes,...More
This is a local hang out we frequent. Food is great but the wait was horrible. Granted it was 3:00 in the afternoon but there were only 2 other patrons. Over an hour before we could leave. The waiter kept apologizing because it was taking...More
This is absolutely the perfect place for breakfast or lunch. Delicious food, plenty of it, great service, priced right. They have an extensive menu and offer more than New Mexican staples. Get the sopapillas, especially if you're from a place where they aren't common. This...More
It's not a proper visit to Taos unless you hit Rickys small, unpretentious, and very friendly restaurant. Breakfast , with Ricky cooking, is my thing. Any egg dish, and i love the spicy green chili sauce the eggs are covered with...generously. yes. Spicy. Ask for...More
This tiny restaurant is a local hangout. The stuffed sopapia (?) was wonderful. Another friend ordered chicken fried steak and said it was really good. I would eat here again. The staff were friendly and quick to serve.
We stopped in for an early dinner, everything was great. The food took a little longer but the waitress told us that everything is cooked to order. The chips were made just for us, they were perfectly crispy. They serve breakfast all day, the kids...More
Visited Ricky's upon a friends request. We ordered a serving of Nachos, very good. A vegetarian burrito, good and a serving of Enchiladas, very good! The taco chips are home made and you can definetly tell. The service was fantastic. A small, cozy and clean...More