Located inside the Albuquerque Hyatt, Forque Kitchen & Bar has a breakfast menu that is well worth the stay. Of course, if you’re a local, feel free to stop by whenever you like. The menu at Forque Kitchen & Bar displays a Southwestern influence, which makes sense for the area. This even includes the refreshments like their Tazo teas and freshly brewed Torrefazione Italia coffee.
Their food menu contains some delicious options like huevos rancheros, baked chilaquiles and the signature breakfast burrito. For a fun breakfast that has plenty of people leaving rave reviews over, head over to Forque Kitchen & Bar.
They went the extra mile, prime rib, ham, Shrimp, Crab Legs, Salmon and an asparagus, stuffed lamb that was dynomite, Desserts galore!
We took friends for a evening out to Forque after seeing the menu on Open Table. The menu was not the same and much more limited selection at the restaurant. The hostess was indifferent and almost rude when she sat us down. The waiter Bejamin was the only highlight of the experience. He was well versed on the menu (limited though it was) and on the wines too. We had drinks and $45 later moved on to another restaurant for dinner.
The food and service was great and I had a great dining experience.
Wonderful meal, beautiful presentation, nice waiter. Will definitely return.
We were looking for a quiet place for a romantic Post Valentine's dinner before a show and found the Forque. We were impressed with the ambience and food.
Food was excellent but the service was eh. Server was either too busy with too many tables or the kitchen was very slow. A four course valentines dinner shouldn't last three hours, especially when the place wasn't at capacity. We had long intervals between courses which I know is to be expected with fine dining but 45 minutes between second and third was too much. We also were brought other peoples meals twice. They were sat down in front of us and left before we could even get an "excuse me, what is this"? My dessert had melted by the time my coffee had arrived, I found that very annoying.
Went on Valentine's Day. They were a bit overwhelmed. The service was slow and the kitchen was a bit backed up. My date's steak was not cooked as ordered. I expect on normal nights it would be better. I consider this a very good restaurant, but not the best in town.
We went to Forque for a Valentine’s evening dinner. All in all it terrific evening spent at Forque. My only complaint was keeping our water glasses full. Our waiter was young and still mastering his trade but tried very hard. The food was exceptional , my wife and I both had the Rib Eye Stakes. They were cooked to perfection and I must say the portions were very ample. Defiantly will keep this in my spots for a quiet dinner for two. Great job !
This was a special occasion. The ambeience was great, but unfortunately a mixed experience in term sof food and service. My chicke n entreee was good, but my husband's steak was all gristle and fat. Our service person did comp us dessert but was otherwise unsympathetic.
Kitchen was a bit overwhelmed because of holiday. In the end the food and service was very good.