MÁS Tapas y Vino
Lunch: 11:30am - 3:00pm Monday-Saturday
Dinner: 5:00pm - 9:00pm Sunday - Thursday
Dinner: 5:00pm - 10:00pm Friday & Saturday
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am-3:00pm
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Sun 7:00AM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 3:00PM 5:00PM - 9:30PM
Mon - Thu 7:00AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 3:00PM 5:00PM - 9:30PM
Fri 7:00AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 3:00PM
Sat 7:00AM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 3:00PM
We had high expectations of this tapas restaurant and wine bar. The space is beautiful and exciting but the food missed the mark. Good quality ingredients and reasonable presentation, however the seasoning was off. The quail was cooked well but the sauce was too tart and garlicy. The ribs were under seasoned and missing the griddled corn as described in the menu. The macaroni and cheese, though the best dish, needed salt which was not present on the table. The server was appologetic and said the head chef was not present that night. Not terrible, just not great. The overloud Christmas disco music didn't help.
We dine here each time we drive through Albuquerque on our way to California. The Andaluz is lovely classic hotel which was meticulously restored. The restaurant is located off the lobby and has very comfortable seating options including two large communal tables facing the open kitchen The food is inspired by Spanish cuisine and the wine list has many fine selections of Spanish wines as well. We have never been disappointed in the food, service, ambience or wine which we have experienced there. On this occasion my wife had the Secreto and a Kale salad. Both dishes were attractively presented; were appropriately seasoned and were delicious. I had the Pork Belly and the Buffalo Sweetbreads. Both of these dishes were excellent. The balance of flavors and textures as well as the plate presentations were outstanding. Portion sizes are larger than expected for the price
Convenient downtown location & good food& service. Parking on the street, but other than that no problems.
Loved this tapas restaurant! Nice ambience & good service. I ordered Rioja to keep with the Spanish theme. We each ordered 3 plates which was more than enough because they were generous servings. My favorites were the artichoke & Iberico pig. We also had elk, steak & eggs, lamb ribs. No room for dessert. Check this place out if you are in Albuquerque!
I was hoping for good Thanksgiving Day food for me and my beautiful girlfriend. Instead, we paid 75 dollars each for very mediocre food. It wasn't even hot. It was room temperature and you could see them serving the food out of hotel pans. If I paid $75 for a meal, I expect a $75 meal...not a meal I could've have received at a Golden Corral. Our New Mexico trip was terrific and the food everywhere was great...until this place. Maybe I can update my review if I ever go back...which I most likely won't.
The bottle of wine was good though.
We have eaten here several times, and the food has always been excellent. This time was Thanksgiving Day lunch, which had a special menu.
Fantastic food and wine selection. Best Spanish food in town. Great place for all occasions.
We ended up at Màs because our previous reservation, while honored, was still going to take close to an hour. Outstanding patatas bravas, and their empanadas are definitely worth the effort.
Me and my Friends go out once a month for girl's day out...we take turns driving and picking out places to eat...When it was my turn to drive and pick the restaurant I always go online to search for restaurants we have not been to..I found your restaurant online and the atmosphere looked exciting..plus my friend is a vegetarian...We had a great experience I also like the fact that we could make a reservation...They as well as myself enjoyed the food. My friends liked it so much we returned for a second time...I am going to bring my husband in for a bite...
My second time here. The udon bowl with ahi tuna is excellent. A bit spicy, so if you are not used that, avoid. The burger was also good.
They need to fix their hours. I ended up eating upstairs at Ibiza because the actual dining area was closed.
Great service good food
The Andaluz venue for this restaurant is outstanding. The service was spot on. The food was so so.
I have eaten in many Tapas restaurants in NYC and Boston. Here are some recommendations.
The bread was thaw and bake commodity bread. Need good bread with substance for this food.
The beef marrow with its delicate flavor was topped with vinegar onions and tomatoes. This combination is not good. Simple is better.
Grapes with the olives also did not go together. The garlic, olive oil and olives were sufficient. Simple is better.
Empanadas were good, Artichokes were very good.
Wine selection very good. Our server was excellent
As 3 couples we ate together Friday night. Everyone found items they liked - though not everyone is used to sharing or the choices on a small plates tapas menu. We all liked it. It seems a bit pricey for the quantity of food. The quality is certainly good, our waitress was pretty passive by not suggesting or explaining much. I guess my standards are pretty high - I don't mind paying more for a better experience but it has to be worth the extra cost. I'd say 3.5 stars overall but I had to choose 3 or 4. I had the oxtail special and it was a little more fatty than I was expecting - that's my fault for not asking. My wife had the scallops and said they were amazing. The desserts were good. The bill was $240 for two couples including tip and two of us didn't drink alcohol. Give it a try - but don't go starving. They said there was music starting at 7 but we couldn't hear it. There's plenty of music in the hotel though - eat at Tapas and listen to one of the wonderful bands that plays in the casbah area that you walk through to get to the restaurant. Overall I say - check it out!
Our meal was, I'm sorry to say, an unmitigated disaster. Drinks did not come until 55 minutes after we ordered them; the bread basket arrived after 95 minutes; and entrees had finally all arrived (they made it to us over the course of a quarter hour, so food got cold as others got hungrier) at almost the two hour mark (!). One of us was given the wrong drink, one of us was given the wrong entree, we couldn't even seem to get a water refill, and the overall degree of general disorganization in both the kitchen and on the floor seemed staggering. And although we were twice promised a smaller table (our party of 9 turned into 7), that too was forgotten--so the group of us sat around an overlarge table barely able to hear each other, growing increasingly hungry and frustrated. The quality of the food varied from meh (cheddar cheese in a kale salad??) to quite good (seafood paella), but the experience was awful. They chalked it up to being overwhelmed, but the place was not full, and at least some of us had reservations and should have been prepared for. This is running a restaurant 101. I felt bad for the manager, and she clearly tried to make it right/do damage control by giving us a big discount at the end. But every person who works in the restaurant needs some serious retraining.
Hostess was not at all helpful in choosing a table that would be accessible to a disabled person and then made no effort to help find a spot out of the way for her walker while we were dining. While the food was very good, it was also very over priced.
I’ve eaten here before but never had breakfast here. Very expensive very basic not going back for breakfast.
Review posted on Yelp. Food was really disappointing. The menu and selection was so promising. However, they ruined the sweetbreads and oysters.
We had several tapas. The food was excellent. The service was amateurish, considering the quality and cost of the restaurant.
We enjoyed our dinner. The food was delicious and the service was excellent. The restaurant is lovely as well.
Too expensive for the quality of food. The restaurant feels like a Denny’s restaurant. Also, between a waitress and another waiter they dropped 3 trays of dishes and broke several. They laughed each time. Our waiter was definitely in a rush to get people out, and gave us our check when delivering our appetizers. Rude! We will never dine at their restaurant again.
Took our friends from out of town and everything was flawless.
The restaurant itself is quite beautiful: open, spacious and not a high noise level.
Unfortunately, all dishes we ordered had way too much salt, and the service was ridiculously slow.
Granted it was Balloon Festival weekend, but they should have had more staff on - both in the kitchen and on the floor. They knew there would be many more people in town and eating there than usual (the hotel in which the restaurant is located was even sold out), and should have planned accordingly.
I went to this restaurant with two friends and we all walked out saying that it was top 3 worst restaurants we had ever eaten been to. The octopus was almost unpalatable and had the consistency of a damp sponge while the patatas bravas had what my friend would describe as a “casino dice” finish that I felt may chip a tooth. The wild boar was just a cheap, over cooked pork chop and the rabbit was dry/ I would have preferred to chew on my leather belt. We also appreciated the olive dish that had a total of 10 olives and four grapes. What a joke. Our meal was about 160 bucks and we all wished we had gone to whataburger. The end
Came to Mas Tapas with business colleagues, in town for a training course. Really enjoyed all of the tapas and the wine. Wish they had a more comprehensive selection of northern Spanish/Basque wines, they were down to only a few. Great cheeses, in particular. Lots of good vegetarian options. Some lulls in service speed (i.e. picking up the check, etc.) but overall quite good. Would recommend and would visit again.
The food is super fresh,creative and delicious. The atmosphere is low key and the service is terrific. I highly recommend this place: if we return to the area it will be a “must “ on our list!
Perfect choice for a pre-concert meal with friends. We tried many of the offered tapas and enjoyed each one. Portions were just right for sharing with 3 others. Service was professional and efficient. Good value for money.
We had a reservation. The restaurant was busy but not full. It took an hour to get water and an hour for drinks. Food was brought out separately, not per our request. Despite all this there was no acknowledement of their responsibility or hint of apology for the poor service and cold food. We will never go back.
We ordered the classic paella as our shared entree. What we got was a mishmash of rice mixed with different meat/seafood elements. I say elements because the rice and meat/fish were completely drowned in a heavy red sauce that overwhelmed every other flavor. The red sauce, which I have never seen used before in paella (I'm used to saffron as the main flavor enhancer in paella) tasted like burnt chorizo. Very strong and very unpleasant. Like I said, I have never been served red paella. Later that night, my stomach reacted negatively to the food. What gives? Where did they come up with this recipe? It isn't working.
Went here during our stay in Alburquerque based on the mostly positive reviews. Frankly though, it was a little dissapointing. The setting and atmosphere are fine, however the service was only so-so and the food less then that. We ordered from the interesting Tapas menu but when the orders did arrive they were not particurarily appealing. The roasted pulpo (octopus) was dried out and lacking in flavor as was the boar chops. The salad plate was somewhat better but nothing special. The venison medallions were the only saving grace. They were perfectley prepared, tender and delicious. I eat a lot of game meat and can honestly say this dish was done well. As for the service, our waitress was new and friendly so I do not fault her but she was supposedly being trained by another member of the wait staff. It was not crowded the night we went and there seemed to be plenty of waiters but it took an inordinate amount of time for our orders to arrive and as I said it was not worth the wait.
Food was good not great. Food arrived BEFORE drinks, and our server finally brought the drinks after we asked more than once. Our bill had an error, which was correced, but then did not add up correctly. Server seemed distraced and uninterested in what we wanted or needed
Best part of the evening was the valet parking staff - they were great!
The food was delicious. We had the pork belly, patatas bravas and brussel sprouts as tapas. The only disappointment was the gambas ajillo which was nothing like Spanish style.
The service was awful and unprofessional
There were four of us dining after having cocktails on the roof
1, Two arugula salads were served first. The third appetizer arrived shortly before the first steak entree.
2. The entrees were serve one at a time....this is written truthfully and with respect for identifying opportunities to
Improve or address systems failures.
First the steak, several minutes later was the sea bass
We were told the paella would be out shortly for the other couple
I had to aSk if they would bring some crackers while we waited
and the first couple politely waited as their dinners became cooler
If Your light shines brightly on tapas, it seems reasonable that we not choose
entrees over tapas.
What happened? Where was the manager to trouble shoot? Is their no system for cross
coverage to smooth out the bumps in the evening?
We walked over to the Jazz Club which is spectacular and enjoyed the lobby band as we departed
for Home through the lobby with efficient valet service.
As a professional it was appreciated to hear feedback that was informative. Your property
Is a treasure and charismatic. You are certainly moving in this direction to be a real gem. Additionally,
It seemed to be useful and respectful to offer ideas toward a solution. It seems a process for “happenings/events”
such as this would benefit from a partner to briefly assist moving things along during this hiccup, crisis management skills,
bring a generic Small plate as a sincere apology with an explanation for delay /soften the wait ( loooong wait)
With sincere apologies.....free desserts is trite.
After the excitement of making a reservation at a nice exclusive “reservation only restaurant” for our anniversary breakfast, we arrived only to have to wait 15 minuets at an empty concierge desk and finally acknowledge by the hotel staff and seated by the valet who also had to set our table for us with no wait staff in site. Once our menus were brought to us we were advised that breakfast was almost over, but we could still order so we also asked to view the lunch menu. After another 10 minutes the waiter came back to take our order we ordered one meal and asked again to see the lunch menu. The waiter walked away and decided to take orders from others before bringing the lunch menu to us. At that time we decided to leave as we have never felt so unappreciated, conned, and such a lack of respect from a restaurant in our life.
I must say that I have been here several times, but this visit by far was the worst experience I’ve had there. While the food and drinks are great the service LACKS in a major way. Our group of 7 was there for after work socializing. We found our place to sit in the upstairs area and waited longer than usual for a server to begin our order.
Once drink orders were placed 2 of the 7 were completely wrong. Including 1 that wasn’t delivered for nearly 20 minutes. We placed a large food order with the thought in mind that the kitchen may be just as slow. Assumption was spot on.
Overall I would say that the food is AMAZING! You cannot beat the bacon wrapped dates or the pork belly! However, the service makes it difficult to make it a frequent meeting spot for our group.
There was an item on the menu that sounded great foie gras with carrot cake that I wanted to try but I am gluten free asked if they could do something I was offered flourless walnut cake which worked
Great location in downtown Albuquerque. Menu was a bit limiting for me. But good. The service was outstanding. I sat outside on patio and was the only one out there on a balmy evening. Wait staff would come every once in a while to check and talk. Not too much in my face, just perfect conversation.
I would definitely go back, with a date, and enjoy the 2nd story bar with the live music.
The food was good. We ate of the tapas menu. We got our drinks and one dishes right away, the other dishes took quite a bit longer. They did bring us a sample dish from the chef. Even though it was tapas the servings were very small. We used the valet to park. The driver messed with the setting in our car, radio, air conditioning, etc. uncalled for!
An incredible night, made even more so by our dining associate, Andres!
Thank you to the staff for the delicious food.
We’ll be back;
Unfortunately we were seated next to a table where vulgar language was out of control--didn't become terrible until the end of our meal, otherwise we have moved. No class on an expense account, they should have been served soap for dessert.