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Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
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Ranked #68 of 1,920 Restaurants in Albuquerque
Price range: US$35 - US$65
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Description: Located on an organic farm in the Rio Grande River Valley, our restaurant is a casual fine-dining experience, featuring the most purely crafted field-to-fork menu in the Southwest. Our Rio Grande Valley Cuisine is rooted in seasonal organic ingredients from our own farm, as well as from longstanding relationships with local farmers and herdsman.
Reviewed 11 September 2018

Although my husband and I have lived in Albuquerque for ten years, we'd never explored the grounds at Los Poblanos. We decided to meet friends for breakfast at Campo, the relatively new restaurant located in a converted milk barn. Campo is located to the north of the parking lot where a small sign points the way. One enters through a bar area to a long, narrow, high ceiling room housing tables and booths along one wall. There is also an attractive patio. The open kitchen is to the rear and is sight to be seen. One can go in and have a look if desired. Furnishings are contemporary and the “feel” is upscale. The menu is unique with only two or three “traditional” dishes. My farm breakfast with over medium eggs, sour dough toast, Canadian bacon and spicy, roasted new potatoes with the skins on, was good but nothing special. The potatoes were excellent and the star of the meal. A friend ordered the chicken confit and pronounced it excellent. The coffee was really good too. Out server, Carlos, was great: friendly but not overbearing, knowledgeable, and attentive. Portions are on the small side and prices are high for Albuquerque. I think that one pays for the freshness of the food, and the overall Los Poblanos experience. We strolled the pleasing, pastoral grounds and perused the “farm store” which offers a variety of local and regional items and food stuffs. So, it was more of an experience than just breakfast and very enjoyable.

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Reviewed 1 September 2018

Beautiful room, high beam, remodeled farm house. Surrounded by beautiful farm. We had the tomato salad which was fresh and great, tomato soup which was very good, not off the chart. The only bad part was the rib eye steak. If you are used to charbroiled steak at a steak house or french restaurant you will be disappointed.

They are proud of their smoke cooked grill, which made the steak taste like a chimney, the potato, cheese, and whatever else they put into the sides tasted like a bad Mexican take out restaurant that mixed 3 items in a bowl and served it. Steak also had a lot of fat, not trimmed well. Desert was good, gnocchi was very good.

Overall, great place to visit but they should know better than to serve a meal like this with the prices they are charging.

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Reviewed 27 August 2018

Fancy as relative to New Mexico - not big cities. Relaxing atmosphere is so nice on a Sunday morning - was there music? I cannot recall, if so it only served to add tranquility. It was my first visit and was pleased. I saw no kids during my visit. Had the Cazuela with scrambled eggs. It includes very lean and tender carne adovada, beans, greens, tortillas, queso, and a couple more vegetables. Quality of ingredients and preparation skill was apparent.

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Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

This place has changed a bit since I was here 5 years ago. They have taken the old milk house, renovated it with a nice bar area, outside dining area and main dining room with full view of the kitchen.
You cannot be seated until your entire group is present. Once seated, it did take a while for the waitress to come, but you had the feeling the table was yours for the night (like dining in Europe). Our waitress was friendly and attentive. Our food came in good time and was served hot. Everything was so delectable! They have an extensive wine list. The desserts are unique and delicious.

Thank Chris L
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Reviewed 7 August 2018

My partner and I have been coming to Albuquerque yearly for the past 14 years and have said we wanted to stay at Los Poblanos. We decided this was the time. What a great place. Seeing the alpaca, ducks and all run free was great. The accommodations were very relaxing, the food was superb and being here for the week was so relaxing and enjoyable.

Thank Pat W
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