Fabulous food and service. Highly recommended.
Very good meal with good service.
Food was amazing. Food was impeccable. Highly recommended. Smart dress is desired.
We wanted to try the restaurant, as opposed to the Cantina, for dinner. We chose the Restaurant Week Menu. The food and the service were excellent but the tables are a bit close together and the noise level was NOT conducive to conversation. I am not sure if I would go back another time though our food was very good.
It as restaurant week and the price fix menu was great. Service was terrific. Makes a good nitrogen infused martini,
After this visit, Coyote Cafe is now our #1 restaurant in Santa Fe. My Osso Buco was magnificent as was the butternut squash soup. The service was amazing! Our server from 3 months ago stopped by to say hello! The best combination of knowledge, clear communication, there when needed and no interruptions at the wrong time. Great table clearing and serving - both team activities. The space has just been re-done and I have to say it was fresh and different but didn't in any way damage the ambience. Price was fixed because it was Restaurant Week...$45 for 3 courses. Bravo!
Excellent! Restaurant week!!! Yahoo! Had to return the steak,,, very tough! Difficult to cut and had no flavor, very disappointed! However, waiter replaced this with Osso Bucco which was very good! Appreciate immediate attention to please! Thank you!
FANTASTIC!!!! We had a mini-reunion during Santa Fe Restaurant Week. We sat at the counter and it was a blast. Always superb food. The staff is superlative.
This was one of the worst restaurant experiences I've had in a while. I'm not sure where to start.
The lighting in the restaurant is horrible. Whoever designed gray/blue walls with a red main lighting fixture, Chihuly or not, needs their eyes checked. It is harsh on the eyes. We almost walked out and should have. Dinner was $180.00 for two of us and we wanted a romantic dinner, but this place was loud and anything but romantic. In my open table reservation I asked to be seated in a romantic spot and we were sat at the smallest table for two in the center of the restaurant by the windows. The food was not good and my scallops were cold. Again, I should have sent it all back and walked out at that point. The wine list was not nearly as good as other Santa Fe restaurants and seemed to be expensive just because it could be. And the cheap glasses of wine cost as much as a whole bottle retail and while I understand this from a business standpoint, the by the glass options could be much better. All in all, I felt like I was at a Wolfgang Puck restaurant at an airport. The whole experience seemed very dated and 1980's - even down to the horribly designed and heavy menu's. You have a great staff, but it is time to update the "ambiance" and the menu.