At almost every restaurant with New Mexican food, one usually expects chips and salsa as an appetizer and loads of red and/or green chile on the entree. (There are so many wonderful main dishes to chose from. Often I stay with a combination plate with a taco, tamale and enchilada. But there are other choices.)
And then I always look forward to the payoff for dessert --- sopapillas with honey.
Here's how I eat a sopapilla:
Pick a suitable one from the basket,
You can find them at the following restaurants we have tried during our stay in New Mexico this time:
- Frontier Restaurant, on Central Ave
- Padilla's Mexican Kitchen, on Girard
- Little Anita's Restaurant, Old Town
- The Pantry, Cerrillos Road
That's all for this edition of the Roadrunner Chronicles. If you've never had a sopapilla, try them and I think you'll be glad you did! Until next time...