Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Santa Fe: Tecolote Cafe




December 14, 2018

Visit Santa Fe: Tecolote Cafe

While in Santa Fe, we stopped at Tecolote Cafe, which is known for their breakfasts and Blue Corn Pancakes.
Bakery Basket
Kids Single Cake with Bacon

Kids Burrito

Kids French Toast with Bacon

Billy's Omelette

Frito Pie

Atole Pinion Pancakes

I decided to get a Frito Pie, a popular New Mexican dish.  The bowl of Fritos, beef, green chile, tomatoes, lettuce, and beans sure was yummy!

Billy's Omelette was stuffed with spinach and bacon, and covered in a Hollandaise sauce.

A Bakery Basket of freshly-baked goods is served with select meals.  

We read that a must-try is the Atole Pinion (Blue Corn) Pancakes.  I thought it was good, and definitely worth sharing.

A kids menu with very reasonably-priced meals is available - nothing more than $6, drinks included.

Service was not so great.  Although friendly, our server was very distracted while taking our orders (he kept looking off in the distance at another table), and we kept having to repeat our orders.  We also didn't get a bread basket / tortilla that was supposed to accompany one of our meals, even though we asked another server for it as well.  

The food was satisfying at Tecolote Cafe, unfortunately the service was not.

Tecolote Cafe
1616 St Michaels Dr
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 988-1362

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