Love love love the margaritas! Food is good. Always super busy no doubt. We are from out of town but visit when we are around. Interesting to read other reviews. Locals seem annoyed but visitors seem to still enjoy.
Service for us not so great at each visit. That was a bummer each time but still enjoyed the drinks and food. Will always go back for more.
Love the food and the service has always been good. We have never had a bad dish. One of the best Mexican/New Mexican restaurants in Santa Fe.
Average wait during busy times (most evenings) is 30-45 minutes.
Tomasita's is a tourist trap with passable new Mexican style food. You get sampleing of what we cook here. It's nice to be near the train, for the old fashioned feeling (Santa Fe Railcars are right there), and there's parking. Now, waiting in line is not fun, and probably the best time to go Tomasita's is at lunch.
If you like finer dining at a reasonable price, this will not fit the bill. Lots of kids and tourists enjoy the place, though. The sopaipillas are a feature--fried soft tortillas with honey. Passing right through nearby San Busco center will bring you to a better local restaurant, where you can eat New Mexican foods in peace.
It's at Santa Fe Station, so why is there a second listing for it at Yahoo! Travel Santa Fe? There is only one Tomasita's. Good food, but always a long wait (testament to the reputation). Impersonal, brusque service is a result of over-popularity. Overall, an efficient operation, but not at all romantic. It's a family joint, and not everyone's cupo o'tea. Comparable food may be had for competitive prices at a smaller restaurant just around the corner off Agua Fria. This place is sometimes worth the wait, and sometimes not.
was not good, terrible food.again, do not understand what everyone is raving about (???!!!) would be embarassed & ashamed to serve to guests.the sopapillas are good, but thats about it- not to mention that our waitress got my order wrong.would not go there again and do not recommend, no matter how much Randy Travis loves it!
Our first meal in New Mexico was at Tomasito's in Santa Fe and nothing else we ate measured up. Their food was fabulous. I had a beef stuffed sopapilla smothered with their green chile. I can't stop thinking about it! My only complaint was that the serving of blue chips and salsa was rather small.