El Paso typically has terrible to mediocre service. That is not the case with The Kitchen. Joshua was attentive, eager to please and anticipated our needs. He set the pace for our experience.
Secondly, this place has an eclectic design combining iron works, wood, and picturesque garden. The inventive setting takes place within the confines of a warehouse. High ceilings within , patio/terrace outside sheltering each table without the need for misters. This place is incredible. The food quality varies depending on what you order. However, at minimum, the food is better than most places in town. The menu is creative for El Paso and rather common place for cities such as nyc or la. Challah French toast, Apple berry granola and egg dishes which fuse Mexican originals such as huevos rancheros with hash browns.
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