6904 Menaul Blvd NE C, Albuquerque
I made my own enchilada! It was delicious with an unexpected generous amount of munster cheese. I tried it and it was delicious . The service is amazing if you are amazing. I loved my lunch thanks TINA. From Holy water!
What a pleasant surprise! Have driven by this Restaurant and wanted to stop in, finally did. The food & service was five star...deserving a much better atmosphere. We highly recommend it....
Recommended dishes: Reuben, Sautéed Brussel Sprouts
A nice place for lunch and dinner. A take on "American" food as they transform the dish with new and exciting flavors. I had the build your own enchiladas - the house salsas were great. I have also had the salmon wrap and I would recommend that. Wine & beer list are extensive. Service is always good.
Recommended dishes: Wrap, Tres Leches Cake, Sautéed Brussel Sprouts
Was excited to try F&F, but in the end it did not meet the expectations that I had for this $$$$ price point. The food was barely above average, certainly not worth the nearly $100 it cost my wife and I to eat here. For example, the fingerling potatoes were super bland and not properly seasoned (we had to add extra salt, which I almost never do at restaurants). Additionally, they totally botched my wife's sandwich, forgetting to put the sauce on it. The atmosphere is also very average and uninspiring. Other restaurants such as M'Tucci's Bar Roma have MUCH better food and atmosphere for a similar price range. Fork and Fig needs to step it up.
Food is good. Bottle beer only. We had the Green Chile burger and the bone marrow fried rice. We had the brussel sprouts as well. Id say get them without the honey! Service was good as well.
This restaurant was the bomb! Excellent service good food and great atmosphere. I never knew it existed thank you to my friend Carol for taking us there.
Braised Brisket Enchiladas!
Great burgers. But it is PREPOSTEROUS that they do not offer french fries. If Wolfgang‘s and Peter Luger can offer french fries, so can you. I won’t be back for that reason.
We heard raves about Fork & Fig. It is not a 'casual' vibe, it's a downright uncomfortable atmosphere, including the seating. Ceiling fans were going & this was in 30 degree weather outside just after a snow storm. Had to keep my coat on. They sat us in front room where chefs were cooking. Noisy, cold and uncomfortable. Took a while to get waited on. Waitress was OK but just felt her chat back and forth was forced.The sides did not seem appropriate with the main entrees. Soup was cold. And,seems they are trying to save dishes or whatever..but to have a side served on a tin plate with a butcher paper covering WITHOUT a dish was odd and messy. Looking at a slab of polenta served on butcher paper (without a dish) was a bit too uncivilized for us. It's 'casual' taken to another level. The food was good ; had a burger. But it was not too pleasant between the hustle bustle of the kitchen prep area a few feet away & watching the hostess stack dishes and prepare settings and put cutlery in napkins in full view was distracting and also not the greatest ambience for a restaurant dining experience. The chairs were the most uncomfortable have ever sat in & due to garage style floors made a screeching terrible noise every time someone pulled them out or in. Yes, it satisfied our hunger however it was not a satisfying experience overall.
The smashburger was not smashed so I have to give a bad review.The smoked cauliflower was tasty but cold.Anyone saying this place is Michelin star obviously delusional.My wife’s salad and steak was 32 dollars. Which was a bad value for what she got. 1/2 the steak was gristle.
We finally gave into the rave reviews and had to check out Fork and Fig for ourselves. The expectations were high; everything we read said it would be great. What we found out is everyone was wrong as it was so much better than we hoped it would be. The food was amazing with great flavors paired with caring and thoughtful preparation. You couldn't ask for more from this understated and unassuming culinary delight.
When my friend and I entered the restaurant it was busy, but it was almost like they didn’t want to help us at all. It wasn’t until minutes later when another customer walked in, that they rushed over to help him. He even said we were there first and they still assisted him first.Took a few more minutes to be seated, and then when we were seated we felt like an afterthought. I didn’t get my water refilled until literally 2 minutes before we left, and we were there for a while. The waitress was asking everybody around us if their food was good but we got spoken to maybe once. Maybe twice.The wraps were just okay. The sides were amazing (as always). I’ve been here before and had good experiences but it seemed like this time they were not happy to see us at all. Definitely will not come back after that uncomfortable experience.
Recommended dishes: Sautéed Brussel Sprouts
The meal I had was AMAZING!!! So good and filling (the burger is THICK). My meal was about $17. ❤️ I gave 4 stars for service because when I called to put my order in, the person who answered was very short and I felt rushed. I’m able to keep a great attitude through that, and I believe that may be why her energy got better as I figured out my order, but someone else might have been out off. I ordered to go, so I can’t speak on restaurant atmosphere.
Recommended dishes: Cheeseburger, Sautéed Brussel Sprouts
Best lunch yet on a cross country road trip from DC to San Diego! It’s not always easy to find healthy, creative food that we can eat on a dog-friendly patio on this kind of road trip. So what a win in Albuquerque today! Our wraps (one chicken, one salmon) were wonderful, as were the sides (watermelon gazpacho and Brussels sprouts). And our server brought the dog a big bowl of cold water. Everything was top notch. I hope we have a reason to stop by again some day!
Recommended dishes: Wrap, Sautéed Brussel Sprouts
My friend and I went here on a Tuesday night and we were able to be seated and eat within a period of time. The food tasted great, though the pozole was a lot hotter than I was anticipating. The room was warm and cozy, and if I had one critique, it was there wasn't a lot of room for purses at the table. Everything was priced appropriately, and I ended up spending less than I thought I would with a restaurant as trendy as this.
6904 Menaul Blvd NE C, Albuquerque, NM 87110