Blake’s Lotaburger

2130 Bloomfield Blvd
Farmington, 87401
Reviews:
Still one of my favorite chile burgers in NM. The burger itself is tasty -gets a nice caramelization from the flattop grill. As a nice touch, they grill the green chile which gives it a slightly charred/smoky taste (and warms it up too). They also serve breakfast. If I ever eat my fill of their green chile burgers, I will try breakfast!

(505) 327-1141

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francescas restaurant

1000 n butler ave
Farmington, 87401
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Great local Mexican restaurant. Not fancy...but great food ! Good service. Everything tasted and we were told, is home made. Good sauces, fresh and brought to your table hot. A winner . Someone told us about this place. We are up here for 4 days and had no clue where to eat. We checked Yelp, and did find a good place, Three rivers, ate there twice but wanted something else. This restaurant is in a little strip mall and doesn't look like the kind of place we would stop. This is a great find.

(505) 324-9095

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Taco Bell

4601 E Main St
Farmington, 87402
Reviews:
best mexican food ever! i'll take the big box and cinnamon twist. por favor.

(505) 327-3350

Mexican, Fast Food, Tex-Mex

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Habanero Grill

2834 E Main St
Farmington, 87401
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I've been eating here for years and it's always excellent. Even though it's in the Chevron gas station, these aren't terrible frozen gas station burritos. Everything is prepared fresh and they even make their own salsa. I usually get the breakfast nightmare with chorizo but every burrito I've tried was very good. I highly recommend this place to anyone.
This little place in the back of the very clean Chevron station is absolutely delicious. For some reason the map function sent us across the street but it is really in the gas station on the corner. There are several tables if you want to eat in but we took ours to go. I had The Junkyard Dog and my husband had the Santa Fe Club hoagie, both heated meals. Both were sized so that we were satisfied but not stuffed. If you are not used to chile, read the menu board closely or ask to have the green chile left off or on the side as both of our selections were very pleasantly hot. My lips tingled for 30 minutes! Yummy! The salsa that comes in a little cup (looks homemade) was also very good; my husband drank his down rather than leave any behind. This place is a must and is good for any meal as a lot of the selections contain eggs. One reviewer stated it closes at 2 but it is open 6A-6P according to my Yelp app. Don't miss it if you pass through Farmington.
Everytime I visit Farmington, I eat here at least twice. Great food, always has been. You won't regret stopping by here on your way to work in the morning that's for sure!

(505) 324-9876

American (New)

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Teriyaki Chicken Combo

1808 E Main St
Farmington, 87401
Reviews:
Excellent great tasting food, great prices and good portion, and friendly staff. You will not be disappointed. I've been eating here since the 90s and have always kept coming back. This business has been here a long time and always are consistent with quality and taste.
It is very shabby looking from the outside, and I would have NEVER stopped in here if it weren't for the good Yelp reviews. Despite the appearances, it is clean. In fact, someone was always very busy sweeping the floors and tidying up while I was there. And the food is not only inexpensive, but fresh and tasty. I ended up eating there two nights in a row during my visit to Farmington, and will be going back again the next time I am in town. So, don't be fooled by appearances, they are putting their effort into what truly counts - tasty food and friendly service.
The service was fast and the employees are kind. They give you a big potion And it Is good. Reasonable price. Thank you. I will be back.

(505) 564-3096

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Que Rico

1916 E Main St
Farmington, 87401
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Best place we have eaten in Farmington. I had the chicken mole. It just was great. The salsa was spicy and just right. The service was excellent. This might become our weekly eating place.
I'm only going 4 stars since tonight was our first visit. (We've lived here 2.5 years. How have we not found or even heard about this little gem?) First, the salsa with chips was nice and smoky with just enough heat to get the pallet primed. The waiter was spot on. Tidy, polite, professional, knowledgeable, friendly but knew when to walk away. I had the fish tacos. Different than I have found elsewhere; light in flavors, touches of lime, and a cream cheese middle - not too heavy, but helped hold it together. The tacos also had a fresh pico de gallo blended with the lightly battered and fried fish, crumbled; all on moist corn tortillas. My wife had the chicken molle. Best I've tasted anywhere. Can't wait to go back.
Not much to look at from the outside but looks are deceiving! Very friendly, attentive, good service. Had the deep fried tilapia rellena (stuffed with octopus, shrimp, and onions in a type of fra diavolo sauce). It tastes as good as it looks. My buddy had the carne asada which he thought was excellent also. Finished it off with a massive serving of the fried ice cream (unfortunately too impatient to get a photo). All for a price (for the both of us) less than an entrée in a fancy big city restaurant!

Seafood, Spanish

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Dona Maria

1930 San Juan Blvd,Ste I
Farmington, 87401
Reviews:
My boyfriend and I are from San Diego and if the 5 stars doesn't say enough, then I'll say more! Definitely reminded us very much of mexican food back home, we probably went to eat here anywhere between 2 and 5 times per week when we were in Farmington for about a month and no we did not get tired of the menu. The food and service here is lovely. They make fresh tortillas daily with no preservatives and they are sooo good. They also sell prepared masa for tamales and we bought some and it was also excellent. You pay when you order and they bring the food to you like most mexican places we're used to. The girls are always incredibly nice and the food never disappoints! If a San Diegan is recommending Mexican food outside of San Diego, GO!!! You will not regret it I almost forgot to mention, we had intentions of taking a picture of our food each time we went to eat here however we were obviously way too eager to dig in every time that taking a picture was not even a thought at the moment!
The food was 5-star! We are always on the lookout for good local food when vacationing and this place did not disappoint. I had the enchilada plate: 3 enchiladas, rice, beans, sauce, and a fresh, homemade flour torilla. I had chicken, ground beef and shredded beef. The ground beef was by far my favorite and I wished I had 3 of those! My daughter had the flattened burrito (good) and my wife had the 4 taco plate (delicious!). The red and green sauce are both very good, with a complex taste. While there really is no ambiance to speak of, we had to remove some rice from the table when we sat down, you order from at the cashier and seat yourself, and no one refilled our water, we would still go back in a heart beat because the food was great!!!
The place is clean and service was great. Unfortunately, not a good place if you are vegetarian (the beans and flour tortillas are made with lard).

(505) 564-8241

Mexican

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AshKii’s Navajo Grill

123 W Broadway St
Farmington, 87401
Reviews:
I wanted to really try this place and came here for the totally unique (for me, anyway) cultural food experience above and beyond anything else. Ordered the roasted mutton with green chiles classic and loved it despite the astronomical carb count. Roasted mutton served with fried potato slices, grilled green chiles, and fry bread which I ate every last bite of. Would have eaten here a second time, but they weren't open when I drove by Sunday before leaving town. This is a plain jane eating establishment where humble people come to enjoy the local food offerings .... loud, flashy, arrogant city folk who expect to be waited on hand & foot likely won't care for it much
I just had the Navajo Taco to go, but it was huge and delicious! The place smelled kinda funky upon entering though. Best not to think too hard about that.
Oh boy, where do I begin? From the outside? This place looks promising...but that's when reality sets in. My first impressions weren't that great, I was hesitant when I walked through the front doors. The smell hit me like a haymaker from Iron Mike Tyson! I asked what's the smell, they replied...it's mutton. I haven't smelled mutton like that, and I've sampled a few in my lifetime. The place is decorated "humbly"....I'm at loss for words to describe the dining area. The chairs are uncomfortable and I don't want to focus on the negatives, let's just say that cleanliness isn't high on their priorities. Okay.... You gotta order in the back and wait for your meal to be delivered to your table. You need to remember that "Navajo Cuisine" isn't the healthiest of food, it's just plain greasy. Their portions are large and they cover a variety of navajo cuisine. The service needs to be improved and friendliness is below par...the cook was creeping me out, he kept spying on me and looking around the corner. I don't what he wanted but it started to get annoying. So, if you just had to try navajo cuisine and you didn't want to travel out of town, give this place a try.....otherwise go to Doc's in Kirtland.

(505) 326-3804

American (Traditional)

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Dunkin Donut Shop

3030 E Main St
Farmington, 87402
Reviews:
The best place ever! I love DD. The best coffee, donuts, even the sandwiches. No matter which DD I go to, all their products are so good. Consistent as well, from state to state. I always look forward to stopping in.
It really says something about a town when the Dunkin Donuts is practically a five star rated restaurant. My goodness... I have lived in Farmington for 2 years and every time I have visited this place I've gotten poor service (one time they accidentally made me a large coffee instead of the medium that I requested and I had to wait while I watched them pour the large coffee into a medium cup. Really?!). I'm not sure why it's necessary to be rude or to act like I'm interrupting something you could be doing other than, oh, your job, but I guess I should lower my expectations. Anyway, if you want a coffee and a decent donut and you're driving through town, you won't be disappointed by the standard Dunkin fare... you just might want to brace yourself for the staff. Just saying... There's also a Starbucks (drive thru) and a Durango Joe's Coffee not too far if you wanted friendly service and even better coffee. If you're only here for a brief visit -- make sure you go to Durango Joe's and skip the donuts.
We've been to a few DD's in New Mexico where good service was a chore to find. Fortunately, this location isn't among those. We came here three days in a row and found friendly staff, eager to take our order and get it in our hands as quick they could. And, when it comes to DD's what more can you ask for? This is affordable, chain food and we all know what to expect from their donuts, bagels, muffins and coffee. It's always the service that's in question, which isn't an issue here.

(505) 327-2804

Coffee & Tea, Sandwiches, Bagels, Donuts

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Blake’s Lotaburger

420 E Broadway
Farmington, 87401
Reviews:
This is New Mexico's Gem. While passing through the kids and I thought we would stop here. Fresh, made to order hamburgers. Chilies that are fresh and very tasty. My kids loved the menu choices that they provided. The adult menu has more then just burgers. Stop by for a treat.
Was really excited to eat here again after so many years away. The husband was left disappointed. Burger was flavorless.
Yummy green chile cheeseburger and seasoned fries

(505) 325-8226

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