Good service and recommendations with Leo but food was average and margaritas were mostly water w not much taste.
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Sorry but this was our first time here we stopped for lunch place was semi busy we ate at the front of the restaurant first extremely slow to take our order no chips or salsa brought to us ordered the fish tacos you know it’s...More
Nice enough, and very glad to see a family business grow to the enormous scale with huge commissary and bottling plant next door. But the red sauce was pretty bad, overly sweet for the tourist, and with an acrid edge that made it unpleasant. The...More
Good food, friendly service, fantastic homemade tortillas and sopapillas. This was the only restaurant open at 8:30 along central avenue and it was a winner!
After my long walks along the Bosque just a few blocks away, my reward is to come to Garcia’s for a wonderful chili rellano. Staff is always very friendly and if you are looking enough to get a Biscochito, good for you
There's nothing wrong with Garcia's. With the exception of perhaps Garduno's, it's the most recognized Mexican food restaurant in Albuquerque. The original location is perhaps the most interesting location. Unfortunately when we went, only one section was open, leading to a crowded feeling in what...More
This restaurant near Old Town is the perfect spot for lunch. It's only a few blocks, well withing walking distance of Old Town and far less expensive - also, far better food in my opinion. Serving excellent New Mexico food this place is a favorite...More
We visited the "original" restaurant on Central Ave. they have six others scattered around town. This is a large place, with multiple rooms. We walked from a crowded and busy Old Town (5 -10 minutes) and walked in and sat down - the wait times...More
My rating is based on extremely slow service. The restaurant was not very busy at 11:30am and it took 20 minutes before we were greeted at our table. The excellent food was slow to arrive. We never received drink refills and took too long to...More
Garcia's has good, consistent New Mexican food. I usually eat too much of their chips and salsa, but their chile is great and I always feel like I had lunch at my neighbor's New Mexican grandmother (Abuela). I'm Anglo and my grandmothers never cooked food...More