I won't add very much to the other reviews. I stopped in for breakfast while I was in Grants. Large delicious breakfast burrito, coffee and OJ for less than $9 before tip. WOW can be difficult to find. Exit 79 from I-40, then go "south" once you're off the exit ramp. Look up for a Petro (or is it Petco?) sign and head for that. Just beyond the Petro and the Shell station is Motel Drive and that's where you'll find WOW. That road was under construction when I visited and if that's the case, be prepared to maneuver around some obstacles to get to the parking lot. But it's worth it.
Pretty mediocre. On a routine trip from Abq, decided to try the place based on reviews. My wife and I had the Linguini Alfredo with chicken. Sauce was bland, almost flavorless, and chicken was sparse and looked and tasted like canned chicken. Waitress and staff hold LOUD conversations with certain patrons, so don't expect a quite meal. From the positive reviews I've read, maybe we just ordered the one dish that we should not have. We will give it a second chance.
I love this place. Everything I have tried has just been off the charts. The service is awesome as are the wait staff. Highly recommend everything. Wish there was one in every town.
We had a great breakfast! Friendly people! Authentic Hatch chiles on many dishes...word to the heat sensitive: order chile sauce on the side unless you are properly prepared. We'll be back! Also the map is wrong, they are located on the North side (as in not on the South side) of I40 they are in the Chaco Canyon Travel Plaza.
Service could use some help! Like the guy working the register! Looked at us 3 times and picked up menu 3 times but the young kids at counter were more interesting than us customers...... Tea is not fresh brewed it came out of soda fountain.... Just waiting on my food... Hope it's better than the workers... Nice Indian lady working but our waitress has a memory problem lol sad for as young as she is.....
Stopped in for lunch today while on the road. Very tasty enchiladas! I tried both the green and red chili sauce. They're both excellent and homemade on site. The presentation of the food was very pretty. Ordered blueberry empanadas for dessert on the road. They offered to warm them up. They were super yummy. Salsa for the chips was authentic and quite spicy which was pleasing to my palate but may be too hot for some. Quick service, great waiters. This place is something really special for a roadside cafe. The menus, table settings and attitude all showed attention to detail and care. If Kiva Cafe was in my hometown, I'd go there often!
A nice little stop to keep in your back pocket, noting they serve Zagat's #1 rated milkshake. One of the best maintained Dairy Queens I've stopped in. Bright paint, clean restrooms, four hour maintenance schedule all initialed in, and a Routee 66 mural on the east wall.
Horrible. Worse Dairy Queen ever! Burger came out fcken nasty. 4 piece chicken strips wasn't even a 4 piece. The only good thing about it were the fries.