Quite impressed; we were visiting from Texas and had breakfast, splitting one of their huge burritos 3 ways. We were so impressed we came back for dinner that evening. Not cheap, but everything seemed quite fresh.
what is this stuff? The cole slaw doesn't even have any flavor. I think this restaurant provides all of the food for the nursing homes in the area, as it is the blandest food I have ever tasted. The breakfast is even worse. It only appeals to those elderly yuppie's with their dogs.
There's a number of Flying Star restaurants in the area, and they are all good - but this one is the best. Service is always first rate, the food is done to perfection, and the location down by the river is always pleasant.
--- The patio area for people and their (well-behaved!) dogs is very comfortable, especially on lazy summer nights. Even during cooler times of year, the outdoor heating (including a huge fireplace) is very cozy. And if the inside is more your thing, there's comfortable seating with outlets for laptops and free wi-fi.
--- Flying Star isn't cheap, but their food is among the best in Albuquerque (especially their desserts). The atmosphere is lively and very comfortable, and therein lies the one caveat concerning Flying Star in general - if you are looking for a quiet corner to just sip your coffee and read a book in peace, these restaurants are not the place to go. At any given hour of the day, Flying Star is packed with people, and there's a
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