Visited Abuelita's for dinner and were underwhelmed by the quality of the food. Service was polite and swift, but the cuisine left a lot to be desired.
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I had made myself a note to try Abuelita's for authentic New Mexico chile, as the place we ate last time in Bernalillo (about 5 years ago) had closed. Driving by that location I saw that there was a new restaurant operating there, which seemed...More
had the chili relleno smothered with green chili. one of the best I;ve ever had. small comfortable little place. service was excellent and prices very low!!! I've been on the road for 5 weeks travelling around the west and southwest and this was a rare...More
This place needs some help in looking better to make the experience more comfortable. The street presentation is questionable, the inside is so plain and uninteresting. The food is good, but almost feels cafeteria quality. A redo/remake do over could help boost this place's business.
I wouldn't normally go to a restaurant like this; out of the way, not very attractive, bare design, but the food was very good and our server was pleasant and efficient.
The food here is really good, the prices are reasonable and the service is great. The green chile is HOT. Just the way I like it. Not a "classy" looking restaurant, more a "homey" atmosphere. It is obvious that locals eat here (always a good...More
The day after our visit, I was surprised to learn it was a chain because it certainly didn't feel so. The food was tasty, and good value too.
We were in town for a day, asked our motel clerk for a good Mexican restaurant, she recommended Abuelita's, and am I glad she did! If you like/love green chile and like it hot, then they have it. We had breakfast, excellent! Will definitely come...More
We were driving from Santa Fe to Albuquerque, we were hungry, and there was not much to be found along I-25. I put "restaurants near me" into my phone, and Abuelita's came up as being about 25 miles away, so we said "Let's do it!"....More