4360 Cutler Ave NE, Albuquerque
This was my first time eating here and it was delicious. My wife and I each got the Huevos Rancheros with corn tortillas, mine with bacon, hers with ham. The bacon was a little too crispy for my liking (I’m more of a floppy bacon person) my wife said it was perfect though. I tried her ham (I don’t like ham) but it was amazing. It wasn’t sweet and it had a smoky flavor to it and not cut too thick. THE BEANS omg the most flavorful, delicious beans I think I’ve ever had. Our server, Holly, was kind and attentive and checked on us regularly. Even the water here was good. Fresh and crisp. My wife got a hot latte with Irish crème and oat milk and she said it was perfect. I got a hot Almond Joy coffee, but it wasn’t my favorite. There was a little too much coconut and I had to “chew” my coffee. I would recommend this place to any and everyone. The atmosphere was pleasant.
I’d suggest it to someone wanting a NM style breakfast!Staff was friendly and I was seated rather quickly for how busy they were. I ordered the Breakfast Burrito - David Style and a Latte. The latte was underwhelming, definitely milk heavy without any strong espresso notes. It tasted like coffee with lots of milk. It was also about 8oz, a bit small for almost $6. The food was good, not great. I enjoyed most of the components of the burrito. The bacon was flavorful and crunchy, potatoes were crisp and satisfying, and there was plenty of cheese.P.S. it looks like there is a barista who seems knowledgeable. Sometimes baristas in restaurants don’t get a say in equipment and beans they get to use. So perhaps this is just a matter of quality of tools and product than skill or technical error in my amateur opinion.TL;DR: it’s not bad. My latte was overpriced for what it was. Portion was generous and I left with a full belly. Would come back to try other menu items.
This place is a great hidden cafe. Their menu all sounds delicious and their coffee menu is great. Prices are reasonable and we really enjoyed the low key atmosphere. Try it!
Alvocadobtoadt is the bees knees.
My friend introduced me to this place. Love it ,oatmeal w/ cheese is mmmmm
Went on a Sunday around 11ish, waited about 5 minutes for a table. Service was great but the food was just okay. I did like the carne a lot. I got the pear sandwich and it was a little plain. But still ate the whole thing. The green chili was okay, not the best in Albuquerque.
Super great. Well worth a
Wait staff were very friendly and chill, and the atmosphere was very cute with local artists' paintings on the walls. The food was ok I could tell the potatoes and bacon in my burrito were not fresh and with the atmosphere and vibe the place gives I think they definitely need to up there game when it comes to the quality or the food. I will say this the chili was pretty darn good!
It's really good. I enjoyed my dish and so did my date. It was busy, and we felt a little rushed to free the table. Also when we arrived we were offered a very small table for 2. We asked if we could have a larger table, and the man was a little rude in giving us a 4 top. All in all, I would recommend this place for the food, and our server was kind.
Scones are the best! Had classic breakfast - it was good. Friend had breakfast burrito - it was a lot of food and the chile was good.I have found things to be somewhat inconsistent over several visits but overall good food.The chairs are very uncomfortable. I wish they would get cushions or different chairs.Vegetarian options: Plenty of options. At all meals.Parking: No problems with finding parking.
Recommended dishes: Steak and Eggs, Carne Adovada Burrito, Pastries, Build Your Own Omelet
Best steak and eggs! Coffee is a bit strong and they need to add cream to the.milk to cut it!! But its consistently good and very chill atmosphere.
Recommended dishes: Steak, Home Fries
What a gem! It's tucked away b/t Indian School road in Manuel Street and Washington. Great value and very large portions. I highly recommend any day of the week. We went for breakfast but they have plenty of regular food on the menu.
"I had a fantastic experience at The Daily Grind! The location is awesome, and the staff is incredibly friendly. The drinks were delicious – definitely a must-try spot!"
This is a routine stop for us if passing through Albuquerque and needing quick access off of I40. Vegan burrito surged Christmas style is delish.
Recommended dishes: Vegan Burrito
I couldn't believe how much the check was for two. I had to look twice. I had the adoba burrito, and it was huge. My friend was very happy with her food as well.
4360 Cutler Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110