Great Mexican food with NM flavor. Great green salsa. Fantastic service. The space is tiny but comfortable.
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This is a local place with food and service out of this world. The best chicken enchiladas I have ever had and guacamole to die for Small place and no alcohol but worth a visit
We reviewed before we went. Small restaurant but do not let the outside appearance or size fool you. Food and service was great. We had the Molle and seafood enchiladas both were very good. This lived up to the reviews we saw before we went....More
My wife and I shared the combo plate in this small restaurant. It was very good and their sauce made it unique and delicious. Our total cost was about $15, meal, tax and tip. Can't be beat for quality and cost.
This is my favorite restaurant in town. They don't serve alcohol. The iced tea is great. I've tried a few different items on the menu, but their enchiladas mole are excellent and that's what I recommend. Wait staff are A++.
This place does serve authentic Southwest cuisine at an affordable price. I'm not too into "Mexican, New Mexican" southwest food so this had to be really good to blown me away which it didn't. I have to give it to the server who was pretty...More
I'm surprised this is the #1 rated place to eat. Service is prompt and nice. I just wasn't wowed by the food. Tried the tortilla soup, a bit thick and had too much lime. Tried the Plato Combinado - the taco and enchilada were not...More
My family is from Houston, Texas so we have great mexican food on every corner. We stumbled into this place 2 nights before Christmas (freezing) and were surprised at the small building. (Later we found out that there is more seating in a separate building...More
The location was very small and the parking was non existent, but the food was worth the work. The Green Chile was spicy and full of flavor. The fish tacos and seafood enchiladas were flavorful and very filling. The service was attentive and polite. Overall...More
We had a group of 10 that ate here twice during the week we were visiting Red River\Taos. On our first visit we had to wait more than 30 minutes outside but it was so worth it! I had the Asada Steak a la Tampiquena...More