Campo at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
Campo proudly offers a personalized eight course dining experience at the Chef's Table featuring seasonal ingredients true to Campo's Rio Grande Valley Cuisine. Learn more and make reservations visit lospoblanos.ticketleap.com.
Located on an organic farm in the Rio Grande River Valley, Campo at Los Poblanos is a casual fine-dining experience, featuring the most pure field-to-fork menu in the Southwest. Our Rio Grande River Valley Cuisine is rooted in seasonal organic ingredients from our own farm, as well as from longstanding relationships with local farmers and herdsmen.
Dinner is served from 5pm -9pm, Wednesday - Sunday. The menu is a la carte, and changes seasonally.
Breakfast is served daily from 7:30am-10:30am, Monday-Friday, 7:30-11:30, Saturday and Sunday. Reservations for breakfast are not required or accepted. The menu is a la carte, and changes seasonally.
prickly pear, smoked pecan, onion, Vella Dry Jack
Crispy New Potatoes
vinegar, chile, herb aioli
Outstanding dining and craft cocktails at a unique location surrounded by a lavender farm. Hostess, bartenders , wait staff were all fantastic. Every bite of food is perfection . Reservations are a must
We had a lovely dinner. I had the halibut which was perfectly cooked and arranged beautifully on the plate with grilled asparagus. We had yummy honey cake for dessert. I the restaurant was had a nice ambiance with a great view of the mountains. Loved the peacocks.
For starters, why did I bother using Open Table? Because I made a reservation specifically asking for a two-top, at sunset, BY A WINDOW, so my partner and I - who were traveling nearly 2000 miles to visit Albuquerque for the first time -- could watch the iconic Sandria (Spanish for 'watermelon') turn pink with the setting sun. Instead, when we arrived a little early (to offer, we presumed, a convenience to the floor staff), our first greeting was the negatory statement that our table wasn't ready yet (okay... altho my partner saw several open deuces as we stood in the doorway to the restaurant), so we went to get a drink, but we had barely paid for it and hadn't even lifted our glasses to our lips than voila! the table that "wasn't ready" turned out to be available hardly 3 minutes later. But the largest disappointment, and I confess it was my fault that I didn't speak up immediately, was that my special request for a window seat was thoroughly disregarded, and we got squeezed into a deuce in the middle of the restaurant, spitting distance from another cramped little deuce, so any hope of a romantic ambience while we rubbed elbows with strangers was dashed, and to add to this epic fail, our cramped little deuce didn't even offer a view of Campo's supposed noteworthy 'open pit' cooking. We couldn't see the mountains or open fire. We've had more spacious seating in a KFC. The bus service robbed us of the pleasure of finishing or sharing our appetizers, then had us sit waiting for the privilege of our salt-laden, unevenly cooked mains (raw pork loin anyone?) which she then had the temerity to try and remove as well! We made this reservation 2+ months in advance, expecting a Beard Award-caliber experience, and a happy, romantic conclusion to a weekend where I, as a lifestyle/food/culture journalist, won a North American writing award and shared that with my partner, who worked for the Food Network. But even our professional empathy was sorely tested to the limit.
We were celebrating our 1 year wedding anniversary and we were treated very well by the hostess, wait staff and even fellow guests! We received many well wishes from all.
Los Poblanos never disappoints when it comes to their food. This experience was no different. Excellent food! We will continue to be proud patrons.
Host and servers made us feel welcome and provided excellent and attentive service. Dishes were very good overall but somewhat uneven in quality. Great to have more than one vegetarian option for a change. Nice atmosphere and a beautiful evening in the North Valley.
Campo is one of our favorite places to go. Their breakfasts are a true delight. The environment is absolutely perfect. And Chef Perno does an amazing job. We love every aspect of Los Poblanos and their outstanding Campo restaurant. We are indeed fortunate to have this jewel nearby.
Took my mom here for Mother's Day. It is a very special place. They were quite busy and the service was just okay. Often had to ask multiple times for things and the bill had a number of errors. The food was delicious. We loved the new menu.
Very crowded. We were seated in a back room that was cold and I continued to ask for the AC to be turned down without success. Tables were so crowded that when anyone pasted us , their body touched the table. We waited a long time for certain requests, for example the bread. We wanted the bread for the charcuterie plate. Once it arrived, our main entree was served immediately giving no time to enjoy the appetizers. It was not the best experience and overpriced for what we received
We had Mother’s Day dinner while staying at LP. We were seated outside where it was quiet and we could hear each other unlike in the restaurant where one has to shout to be heard.
Our waiter was a young man, who described dishes but didn’t makes our mouths water or suggest good pairings as James does.
The amuse bouche was so-so, the only item we wouldn’t have labeled amazing! We ordered the roasted asparagus and it was delicious and beautifully presented as well as the field salad—the Vella Dry Jack was terrific!
We ordered 4 main dishes and shared... the Lamb Mole (succulent, rich, perfectly cooked and the tamale was outstanding), the Milk-braised NM Pork Loin with potato and cabbage and bacon (which sounds mundane but was my favorite...beautifully prepared with unexpected heat along with the caraway), Cochinita Ravioli (the pasta was perfect and the pork filling sublime with real chicharron and an unexpected touch of beets) and the Mole Verde which two of our party liked best (smoked mushrooms, beans and veggies in flavorful sauce. I was glad the quinoa could be served on the side as I am allergic to it!)
For dessert we had the Honey Cake with tangerine anglaise (a standout!), Tres Leches (I could have eaten a bowl of the silky pineapple:), a wonderful Lavender Horchata ice cream ( our favorite) and a Chamomile Rice Pudding (very delicate so we should have eaten first not last— this is where a seasoned server who really understands the menu is so effective.)
We had a lovely time and of course come often to sample Chef Jonathan’s superb creations which are always aligned with his vision and true to New Mexico!
Fabulous food, creative menu, friendly staff. Our reservation (made months in advance & confirmed the day prior) was changed to 45 minutes later - it worked out since we were staying on the property. Mistakes happen, but I was a bit surprised by their response. Just the same, worth it for the fabulous food and evening.
Excellent food and good service! We’d love to come back!
Great Place, disappointing night. 4 of us went for my sons dinner on a recent Saturday night. The table we had was in a back room that is usually for large groups (although we requested a booth) and noisy since it was right in the doorway to the room. The waiter was pretty good, but had to keep checking in with the adjacent large group. the menu had changed, so we couldn't order the delicious Pinon Grilled Ribeye that we love so much. Nobody was interested in the replacement blue cheese ranchero ribeye, so we had other entrees. The halibut was great, the lamb chops as well, but the pork tenderloin was so so.
Not the best experience we have had at Campo, which is usually fantastic. I had once said it was the best restaurant in NM, but reconsidering that thought now.
Food was delicious. Server James was very kind, knowledgeable and accommodating of our baby. We got the hush puppies and cucumber radish salad, and split the ravioli and lamb which they split for us before our plates hit the table. Awesome! The honey cake and lavender horchata ice cream were delicious. Would come again for sure.
The main dining room is fine but the Chefs Table (book it on Ticketleap) is outstanding!
We had excellent food and impeccable service during our first visit to Campo at Los Poblanos!
We love this place, and have always had great experiences. The only reason we held back one star on the food rating is that one of our party had the pork loin and felt it was a little dry and overcooked. He should have told the server at the time, but didn't want to raise a fuss. We would go back to Campo at every opportunity.
What a nice experience in the peaceful valley setting.
Our first time to dine at Campo and it was amazing! Everything was spot on - from the welcoming atmosphere, to the craft cocktails, apps, entrees and desserts! The service was impeccable! We will happily return!
What a wonderful experience, a must-visit if you are in the area looking for a great meal. The atmosphere simply cannot be beat. Well-crafted cocktails and a one-of-a-kind menu serve to highlight the backdrop of the lavender field and mountains even more. Put this on your itinerary!
We had an excellent meal - all 5 entrees were deemed outstanding. The service was excellent. A bit of a delay in getting a table because of a "new reservation system" which appears to have some kinks still to be worked out. But that didn't detract from the fine dining experience.
Just perfect! The food,service and ambiance are on point.
I highly recommend this lovely restaurant.
Awesome family dinner. Inventive and fresh flavors. Really enjoyed our meal.
Lovely Easter brunch with the family. Cocktails were flowing and the food was spectacular.
We had a wonderful brunch & can’t wait to go back!
What can I say? Wow, great food, service. We were taken back by the whole atmosphere.
Highly recommend for everyday or special occasions. Food was out of this world. Very creative.
You will be amazed
Consistently the best place in Albuquerque. The Rembes have created a venue that draws a person in for a special experience. We are fortunate here in the North Valley to have their talent, Chef Jonathan's talent, as well as that of Sous Chef Daniel, Pastry Chef Heather, and Certified Sommelier Dylan. Thank you for this Pearl of the Valley.
Food was some of the best, most flavorful I’ve had. Fantastic venue.
Lovely location! And, great food! They even provide kitchen tours : ) Only recommendation is to place tables a bit further apart. When you make your reservation, request a table by the window! An amazing restaurant to visit and highly recommended!
people were awesome. property and view from our table at sunset was just incredible. A memory my wife and i will never forget! Can't wait to get back there!
The gem of Albuquerque. Wonderful in every way. Novel approach to many dishes.
We had the best time!! Lia was absolutely amazing and made my birthday at the farm incredibly special. Thanks for all you offer to this community!!
This is a wonderful restaurant for a date. The food wasn't as good as I thought it would be (I think my pork was undercooked), but the experience overall was great, and our appetizer, dessert, and drinks were phenomenal. The bar and patio are also great places to watch the sunset.
This is our favorite restaurant in Albuquerque. The cocktails are unique, carefully designed, perfectly balanced (not too sweet-and we are REALLY picky about cocktails as we make our own regularly and rarely enjoy them as much out). The food is fantastic (this is the only restaurant I have been to in ABQ where I have not been disappointed in the food). The service is consistently very friendly, knowledgeable and accommodating (Anna is a FAB server!). The atmosphere is great - love the rustic decor (just a little noisy in the new location-thus 4 stars there) and the view of the mountains past the lavender fields is breathtaking. The smoked carrot ravioli entree I had this time was one of the best dishes I have had anywhere in years, and the avocado lime pie was to die for. We had loved the original restaurant location and were very concerned that moving to the new space something of the charm and appeal might be lost, but it is really still a spectacular experience all around. Even better than before if you want a cocktail, as before they didn't have a full liquor license. Already planning our next special meal out there!
Excellent food and a lovely dining room - casual elegance.
Nice place . But food wasen’t good . Great service . Expensive food and drinks .
Was an excellent evening. Cheese plate was outstanding both in terms of items presented, but with enough quantity to work for four people.
My two dinners and one breakfast were perfect! And tonight's dining experience was far more memorable than words in a review can convey.
Chef Jonathan and Sous Chef Daniel are huge talents. The homemade blue corn hush puppies came with a delicious sauce that went perfectly with our wine. For our entrees off the new summer menu we picked the smoked-carrot tortellini and the cochinita ravioli. Wow! The smokey flavor to the carrots added a savory essence to the dish. The ravioli was very rich and filled with a pit roasted pork. We are very fortunate to have chefs of this caliber in Albuquerque.
Wonderful atmosphere, attentive staff and great food. Highly recommend. Grounds are fun to wander around while waiting for reservation time. We had a great time.
Incredible food every time we go! Fresh ingredients with flair and style. Beautiful presentation too.
Campo at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm is rated 4.6 stars by 1295 OpenTable diners.
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