O'Keeffe Café Santa Fe Reviews
Wonderful food in Santa Fe May 08, 2011
We went there on a Sunday night, the place was very quiet, not very crowded, so we were a little worried as to why it's not packed. But it seemed on this night, Santa Fe was pretty quiet and slow. The restaurant is right next door to the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in downtown Santa Fe. They have an outdoor area (looked like it's tented!) and indoor tables too. They have 1/2 off all bottled wines on Sundays, and you can take the bottle home. And the Prix Fixe dinner was $37, a good price of 3 courses. So we each ordered one, and everything was super delicious.
For the first course, my husband had the Roasted Corn Flan, wow! It was set on wilted arugula, with white butter sauce and crispy shallots on top. It was something we have never taste, and it was just heavenly. My first course was the Mesculun salad, with strawberries, balsamic vinaigrette, and goat cheese truffles encrusted in almonds, it was very tasty too.
For the main course, we had the Seared Apricot Smoked Pork Tenderloin with baby carrots, beans and poached fig reduction, and Pink Horseradish encrusted Salmon, with Gnocchi, butter sauce and roasted tomatoes. Again, super delicious!
We ordered a bottle of Spanish wine, and got a "wine doggie bag" to take it home with.
For dessert, we had the Flight of 3 ice creams, and profiteroles with roasted pineapples. Yum, yum.
Conclusion, it was a delightful and delicious experience, and it wasn't even that expensive. So I highly recommend you give it a try when you are in Santa Fe.
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