Wish we had never eaten there. Not very friendly there and the food not so great, it is like a lead weight at the pit of the stomach.
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This place was recommended to us, we came to shop in Old town. Staff were ok, waiter ok. I had steak tacos, ordered guacamole for chips. My co worker ordered chicken chimichunga. Didn't get guacamole until he brought my dinner. Everything was bland, no flavor....More
During our recent visit to Albuquerque, we ate here both evenings. Good food and drinks. We look forward to returning when we are back in Albuquerque.
Went to Little Anita's for lunch Tuesday, 8/15/17, with two poor, unfortunate folks who moved away from New Mexico. Three of the four of us had the Ranchero Skillet: stacked enchiladas, beans, potatoes, eggs over easy, smothered green with sopas. The Ranchero Skillet was the...More
At the edge of Old Town, Little Anita's is one of my favorite places to eat. Excellent food. Good service. Sopapillas are fabulous. In fact, I haven't ordered anything here that wasn't top notch.
There were not as many people there as I expected when I arrived. The chips and salsa were okay, had better. I had the Fiesta Platter appetizer as a meal, I was not wowed with the guacamole, I should have been, being I am from...More
thank you Shelley for the great service! kept the coffee coming which we appreciate! had the caballera. the eggs and pan fries were good. the chicken fried steak was not very tasty and kind of greasy. the sopapilla was ok but the grease flavour was...More
When walking near the Plaza, I came across several restaurants where Chiles Rellenos cost about $20 per meal. Margaritas were about $9—per glass, not a carafe! I figured at those places with two margaritas, tax and tip, I’d spend around $45—far too much for Mexican...More