I am visiting family and I read the great reviews about the food here. It did not disappoint!! I had the blue corn enchiladas with chicken, which came with beans and the "Three sisters" vegetables. It was wonderful! The service was wonderful and prices great! I will be coming back here again on my next visit!
The Indian Pueblo Kitchen is a treat that anyone in New Mexico has to experience. From the moment we walked in, everyone was friendly, kind, and welcoming. We were making a cross country drive and our 2 year old was in understandably in a mood about being in the car all day. Our servers all jumped in to help his experience be just as good as ours. It felt more like we were eating with family than a room full of strangers.
The elk chili, bison stew with cabbage, and hand made sodas were insanely mouthwatering and filling. As a family with food sensitivities, we felt so good after our meal, which was made with fresh ingredients and seasoned perfectly. There was also something refreshing about the calm atmosphere and the lack of loud music. Even though everyone was clearly busy, they all seemed to be happy in their work environment, something that was evident in their service and their cooking. I’m not even sure how they’re able to keep the prices where they are, but we were shocked at how affordable of a meal it was. I could go on forever, but sufficed to say if we lived in Albuquerque we’d be eating here every week.
Your stomach will thank you!
Incredible service, food and experience! We would encourage everyone to eat here! Great menu with a Pueblo flare. Generous portions and delicious! Don’t miss anything with their flatbread. Wow!
Friendly service, exciting new foods.
We really enjoyed eating here and will probably eat here again during our visit to Albuquerque. Everyone was friendly and helpful, the food was served without senseless delay, and both waitress and food runner were willing to help us out with descriptions of foods we’d not eaten before. I’ll attach a photo of our meal. We started with an appetizer of Kool-aid fried pickles. Actually prepared with Kool-aid! One of us had a stew of beef and potatoes in red chili flavored base, accompanied by toasted sourdough bread for dipping.. spicy and warming. The other had elk chili served with a blue corn muffin. The muffin was paired with butter and honey packets, so dessert was not required. We chose two Native American sodas with our meals: piñon colas and a Sandía (watermelon, lime & mint).
Nothing good about this place. 1.5 hour wait for food. Ist meal was wrong, we ordered none of the plates presented, 2nd meal was wrong, Manager was incompetent and the bus boy walked up to me and violantly attacked me by throwing an elbow to my chest while the Manager watched and did nothing. Instead of dining here, go to High Noon in Old Town for the best dining experience in the area.
Dear Michael, we're truly sorry to hear about your experience. We strive to offer excellent service. Please contact our customer service to discuss this matter further. https://indianpueblokitchen.org/hours-location-contact/
Amazing food. Fresh and unique. It's very tasty. You must get the Fry Bread. The Three Sister is always good. I love the enchiladas.
It was hard to narrow down what to get because everything sounded so good. After asking the server for her recommendation, I got the blue corn enchiladas and they were absolutely amazing! Fantastic customer service, and I can't wait to go back.
We really enjoyed our lunch here. The server was fantastic. Our food was all served correctly. My favorites were the Kool aid fried pickles, taco bowl,house salad (which was unique), and the pasole. It was exciting to try the modern twist on Pueblo foods. We would definitely do this again.