I am from Oklahoma City and just ate lunch at the resturant, my husband and I are visiting here for our 38 wedding anniversry, and decided to try your place out, I must say the food was very outstanding, just out of this world. It was only after we ate and was gone from there and well down the road back to your hotel in Taos that I was reading the cook book and family history, that I found and was in total shock, that it may be possiable that we are kin, I was born into the Jaramillo family but was adopted and now searching my roots, which started there in Chimayo. But for real, I can not say enough good things about the kind people you have working for you and the place is wonderful. Thanks for a good lunch. Diane Jaramillo Teaney
The restaurant looks pretty again after the fire, but the service, food, bathrooms all were much reduced from before. Even though I had made a reservation, we still waited and the restaurant refused to reserve a table in the room I requested. We entered through the kitchen and when we left, our view included overflowing dumpsters in the parking lot. We took guests both times we went and were embarrassed both times.This used to be our favorite restaurant....
We have eaten many times at the restaurant, it serves the best New Mexican food anywhere! Their Carne Adovada is the best!
Last time we stayed at the Hacienda, we had a beautiful room with a balcony, plenty of room and gorgeous furniture. We just stayed in the room the whole time, it was so beautiful! We heard an elk calling outside, then walked over to the restaurant for more delicious food, The breakfast was fresh and delicious.
We shall be back, again, again, again, again..................
By A Yahoo! Contributor, 6/24/06
I should like to sound the Clarion for Rancho de Chimayo. What's not to like !
The Inn and Staff are of Sterling caliber and It's located in a Blue Ribbon corner of the World. Who could ask for anything more.
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