If your looking for great authentic Mexican food this is the place. Food and price is excellent. Service is great too.
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Very inexpensive, quick service, good food. Open for breakfast and lunch. My husband ranked his blue corn enchiladas much better than Blue Windows. Service not overly welcoming and absolutely no ambiance. Still we would return in a minute.
We stopped here for lunch on our way to Bandolier. It was really busy, but we were attended to promptly and our waitress was the best. The food was great everyone was happy with their choices which means a lot when you're visiting a new...More
So I enjoyed lunch at Viola's in Los Alamos this past week. We had heard great things about it and decided to try it out. When we arrived around 12:15 it was very busy but we were able to be seated in about 5 minutes....More
Viola's has good service and friendly folks. However, if you're expecting something exceptional, look elsewhere. The food here is average. Something you could make at home as well, if not better, and it would cost much less.
Our party of four had lunch here on a windy Tuesday in early March. It's modest little place with excellent food and good service. Owned and run by women. Friendly atmosphere. There are so many millionaires in Los Alamos, how can the delicious, filling food...More
Basic Northern New Mexican food. Great sopapillas, mild to hot green chile, burritos, hamburgers, etc. Good prices to fill you up!
Really excellent food and filled with locals. Everything we ate had green chilies, which were fresh and delicious. We enjoyed the sopapillas at the end of our meal very much.
We had a late lunch at Viola's. We were a larger group, and the wait took a while, with us mostly managing it by eyeing who looked close to departure. This is not a place for fine dining or atmosphere - worn tabletops, utilitarian chairs,...More