A huge variety of spices from the land of the Aztecs is rolled into the menu of this haven. So make your way to Horseman's Haven whenever you are in ... More
A huge variety of spices from the land of the Aztecs is rolled into the menu of this haven. So make your way to Horseman's Haven whenever you are in Santa Fe. Drop in for breakfast and order the Carne Adovada & Eggs. But if lunch is on your mind, then go for the Cheese Enchilada Plate, which has blue corn tortillas. The kids menu is available for less than 5USD. Another Horseman's Haven is also located at Rio Rancho. The prices are cheap, so go ahead and splurge.
A family run restaurant with very good New Mexican food. The portions are huge and the chile is fantastic. You can get the chile as hot as you'd like. Horseman's Haven is an inconic Santa Fe eatery. I live nearby and I love getting their wonderful food for takeout.
i used to live in santa fe about 13 years ago and to this day i still remember the remarkable breakfasts i used to have at the horsemans haven. whenever some tells me or asks me about santa fe i tell them if they ever go remember to go to horsemans haven you will never regret it.
Stopped by there for breakfast when getting a motorcycle tire changed at the BMW place across the way. Huevos Rancheros was good, green chile sauce kicked ***! I'll stop there again when I'm in the area!
Horseman's Haven is NOT a place I would reccomend eating at, due to the fact that I found HAIRS in my BURRITO and they would not even give me a refund after telling me over the phone that they would. Not only that, my friend had also ordered a burrito and as soon as I found the hairs, she disposed of her burrito, not knowing what to expect within its contents. Needless to say, she was sickened and did not want to finish her food. Can you blame her? I just wish that whatever idiot answered the phone would've known that the Horseman's Haven has a NO REFUND policy. In any case, the food was watery and dissapointing, even without the hairs.
This place is the real McCoy. Most of the people frequenting this cafe are locals. Many go there for the suberb chili. The Horseman serves the hotest chili I have ever know. The green is hot. The red is hotter. (Or is it the other way around?) And the special Chili No.2 (that is not on the menu-you have to ask for it special )- Chili no.2 is so HOT the waitress said NO BODY has ever been able to chow down a full bowl. If you order the red, green or Yikes!! the No. 2 you might want to order a big glass of milk to tone down the burn.
If you have a faint palate, there are plenty of other wonderful Mexican dishes and always the portions are more than generous.
Ordered a avocado cheese burger for take out... burger overcooked, avocado black, one small tomatoe which looked like it was from yesterday.Food is normally great but this time just was not up to par.....
If you are looking for great flavor and some 'kick' in your chile, you just cannot beat the Horseman's Haven. The red chile is rich and earthy; the green chile is actually GREEN CHILE . . . not this grey-green gravy you get in so many southwest restaurants. Servings are generous and there's actually meat in them tamales!! I give Tomasita's and Tia Sophia's credit, but Horseman's Haven wins hands down!!
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