Named after a major tributary of the Rio Grande, which flows through some of the state's best cattle country, the Rio Chama Steakhouse serves ... More
Rio Chama Steakhouse
Named after a major tributary of the Rio Grande, which flows through some of the state's best cattle country, the Rio Chama Steakhouse serves melt-in-your-mouth aged beef in a classy, romantic setting. The menu offers plenty of steakhouse fare that includes rib-eye and prime rib, as well as specialty dishes such as Rocky Mountain Lamb Chops, Black Skillet Trout and stuffed shrimp. Two full bars serve clients, and a lounge offers live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights.
A must eat at restaurant! This place is excellent, great service, the food is divine and the brew is terrific! The waiter was extremely helpful everything he recommended was awesome. They have a cool secret cigar room, I do not smoke, but the room has a nice cozy feel to it. Check it out!
Went in with a good recommendation from a local. Menu appeared to be very appetizing.
Unfortunately the final product was terrible.
If the prime rib was actually Black angus I'm John F Kenedy.
It was more grizzle than meat. The AuJus was thickened with corn starch and my baby carrots were not sautéed. Don't even get me started with the horseradish sauce. My wife's tenderloin was hardly what I would call a nice cut. It was flat and looked like hell. Didn't taste good and had no sauce to accompany it.
In the end part of our meal was discounted. (should have been refunded) needless to say we went elsewhere for desert.
My husband and I go to SF at least twice a year. This is our favorite and we try to eat here as many times as we can during our visit. Mario's meatloaf on the lunch menu is not to be missed. Try the Tribute or chicken tacos in the bar.
this place was great. service was great, the waiter was perfect. the food was interesting. this is not a steak hous, it has a variety of dishes including steak, but didn't have filet when we were there. slight new mexican touches.great expierence.
I would not recommend this restaurant to my worst enemy. First off we made reservations here for sunday brunch buffet which was recommended on thier website.. When we got there NO buffet and a extremely limited brunch menu..Items were even listed on the menu twice. When we brought this to our waiters attention he was very indifferent and said he had never seen anything like that on the site..When we challenged him he finally started acting attentive. But the food was average and for $30 dollars for 2 breakfasts it was unacceptable, and the eggs were cooked wrong and even had to request toast that was to come with our meals. Never once did anyone speak us other than our waiter, yet the chef and the manager seemed to be very friendly with the 3 other tables in the entire restaurant. We over heard another waiter talk about the specials and yet no one even offered us anything other than the limited menu items.This experience totally shadowed our Santa Fe vacation.