After a long day of snow balls and snow bunnies, nothing warms you up like the spice of a good chile relleno! Relocated to Angel Fire from Mora after the original place burned down, this quaint little gem serves up some of the best New Mexican cuisine around. The most difficult decision here is whether to go with a side of the Red or Green chile...for me, I just went with both. Do yourself a favor while you're in town and swing by for a meal. Your tummy will thank you.
Great New Mexican food. Warning anything with green chilis here is going to be spicy. As with most small town joints, they may close a half hour early if business is slow so call ahead if it is near closing.
Great place super good food and the owners are wonderful and really friendly I had the green chile tamale plate... Outstanding will be back next time we are in Angelfire
This place kinda sucks. We sat outside because it'd been a long morning of snowboarding (next to Angelfire). I don't eat meat and they refused to just serve me a side of fries or something. The waitress apologized, but they said the restaurant wouldn't let them serve anything other than burgers outside...(really?) So I go inside, but they won't let me order and take it outside. My buddy goes in and tries to order something for me to go, but they asked if it was for "the guy that asked if he could take it outside" and said yes. Well they said no. Also we asked for napkins and they point us to the bar. Yeah... why bother having table service? So yeah either sit inside or don't bother going here.
Went during Spring Break and got seated right away. Staff was friendly and service was good. Ordered the fried fish which was under-cooked. Waiter apologized and quickly offered to replace it. The green chile chicken stew was good. The fried green beans on the appetizer plate were also real good.
We visited the Sunset Grill for the first and last time today. We were there at lunch, and there were very few customers. My husband ordered the cod and I had the black bean veggie burger. The cod was so incredibly overcooked, I think you could probably shank someone with it. The veggie burger was cooked FAR too long. It was very dry, and it didn't help that they didn't have condiments. I had to choke it down, for real. My husband complained to the staff, but no offers to cook something else or mark down the price. On the upside, the waiter was very nice and we had a pleasant conversation. That's the ONLY reason I gave it two stars. It truly only deserved one.
I went to this place before leaving Angel Fire after a weekend of skiing. It was around 10 so I asked if they still served breakfast. The guy at the counter said yes, so I ordered a breakfast sandwich and an orange juice. After getting the rest of our 4 groups order, which included a muffin, lunch sandwich and coffee, he just stood there. I said, do I get the Orange juice myself? Since the refrigerator is behind the counter. He said, oh right, and handed it to me. We sit down and wait for our food. He brings out the muffin and lunch sandwich and asks if we needed anything else. So I said yes...... We ordered a coffee and breakfast sandwich. Then he said, oh, we're not serving breakfast any more. By this time I was already getting frustrated and said ok.... I'll take a lunch sandwich and we still need our coffee. By then, there's 2 more people that walk in to order, which brings the total customer count to 6 including us. There's 3 people running the joint, the guy at the counter and 2 people in the kitchen. 20 minutes later, I go up to the counter and ask him where the freakin sandwich and coffee is? And he said oh... I don't know... So I said, "really?! Give me a refund. Right now. This is stupid". And I hear a woman in the kitchen saying "really! Really!" Mocking me. Absolute garbage place run by dumb, incompetent bung holes. Eat ANYWHERE but this place. You've been warned.
Small little shop next to Mountain Sports and Lowe's market, below Angel Fired Pizza, this place has charming food and service that borders on rude. Apparently the fun breakfast options, inclusive of sticky buns, and the great sandwiches including a nearly to die for Reuben make it so popular that they do not need to add a morsel of friendliness in their service. Despite that we went back three times in a week. But if we ever find equal food at an equal price w more congenial service... We'd opt for that and until then will just pretend we r in NYC.
Was here a couple of weeks ago. Friendly, slightly gruff staff and good counter service, even though the person at the counter was new and still learning. This is a simple place to eat with no bells or whistles, but decent coffee, tasty baked goods, and nice savories (I had the sausage breakfast burrito, which was AOK). No pretense or fanciness, just honest food. Definitely worth a stop to pick up to go, do some work on your laptop, or have lunch.