This charming, out-of-the way restaurant is definitely worth the stop. We sat in the screened-in porch area furnished with colorfully painted outdoor cement tables and chairs (portable cushions thoughtfully hung on the wall). My husband enjoyed the green chili enchilada plate served with rice and pinto beans (like his mama used to make), while I had the best tacos I’ve eaten in years. Fresh, fresh, fresh! For dessert we split the flan—only complaint is that we split it. Should have ordered one each. A light fruity sauce provided a unique twist to this traditional delectable. They do close early, so be sure to check times when you’re in the area, and if they’re open, grab the chance for fresh New Mexican cuisine, at very affordable prices.
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