Visiting from FL and wanted a restaurant that served southwestern cuisine so we chose Roaring Fork. The Huckleberry Ritas were great. And the guacamole was great. Service—tremendous. What a great evening!
We went for Mother's Day brunch and the buffet spread was impressive and tasty. There was something for everyone, from traditional breakfast fare to sushi, pasta and even a Mexican bar. Also the free flowing mimosa bar was excellent. Great for special occasions.
Whenever we've been in the Phoenix area, we've come here. The quality has never changed and the owner chef is still in the kitchen after 30 years! He's terrific at combining his French cooking roots with fresh Southwestern ingredients! He has an amazing wine cellar too. We can't wait to get back!
…enjoy our scratch kitchen and award-winning sushi after reveling in the art and culinary festivals, and Southwestern culture. Come try our delicious, handcrafted cocktails and start your night with the…
southwestern twist. The Gem lettuce was refreshing. . My husband ordered the lamb bolognese which he devoured so quickly. I had the white grouper which was cooked just right. Love the food and ambiance, Great date place. Definitely will come back!
The waitstaff was attentive and was clearly very familiar with the menu. The cocktails were well presented and the flavor profiles were balanced expertly. The food was an excellent take on southwestern inspired cuisine. The desserts were to die for. Will definitely be coming back..
If you want authentic New Mexican cuisine, you won't find any place better than Richardson's. Recently ate there with two other friends from New Mexico and we all agreed: Richardson's is the best, hands down.
…eggplant instead of the usual butter, and we had two protein options for our entree (black beans, tofu, or both with a Southwestern stir fry). We chose black beans. The entree was delicious! And the chef…
The food was just not good. We had two appetizers and 3 meals. Nothing to write home about. The restaurant is nice and the drinks are good, but if you are going to sever Mexican food in Arizona you better taste your food and make sure it's the best it can be.
Long walk from valet to the restaurant. Beautiful courtyard though. The menu was interesting and good. Service was a bit slow though not bad even though it was not packed, but certainly busy. A great place to go for step up southwestern/Mexican food.
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