Ah, Las Cruces - the vibrant heart of southern New Mexico, where the sight of the Organ Mountains paints a glorious backdrop for our everyday lives.
This city, steeped in rich history and culture, has a culinary scene that is as diverse and flavorful as the people who call it home.
Whether you are a lifelong resident like myself or a passing visitor, the sheer abundance of dining options is a gastronomic adventure just waiting to be explored.
As I have discovered, every meal in this city has the power to transport you, not just to a different cuisine, but also to a different corner of the world.
So, get ready, folks!
Put on your dining shoes, and let's journey together through the best restaurants in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Here’s a taste of what's to come…
Our aim is not just to guide you to popular eateries but to encourage you to venture out and experience the city's diverse culinary landscape for yourself
I had the most delightful dinner at my usual spot, K-Bowl, the other night.
This authentic Korean food joint is a gem in the heart of our city.
The unique build-your-own-bowl concept adds an element of personal touch to your meal.
Start with a base of rice or noodles (or go half-half like I usually do), pick four sides of your choice, and finally, select your star ingredient: meat!
Japchae, the glass noodle option, is my personal favorite.
Its springiness and its ability to soak up the flavors of the meat, especially their savory, tender, spicy pork, is truly remarkable.
While the beef is also delectable, the pork distinctly stands out with its rich flavor that even pleases my Korean friends.
If you've had the privilege of feasting on authentic Korean food, K-Bowl will transport you back to the streets of Seoul with its simplicity and deliciousness.
My son, who has spent considerable time in South Korea, vouches for its authenticity.
Not to mention, my partner can't seem to get enough of their offerings!
On a recent visit, I relished a beef bowl, which far exceeded my expectations.
The tender beef, packed with flavor yet not overly salty, complemented the crunch of the broccoli.
The freshness of the ingredients was evident in every bite.
They were patient and even offered samples before I placed my order.
Lalo's Sonora Style Dogs
Believe me when I say that Lalo's Sonora Style Dogs is not your average hot dog stand.
Nestled in an unusual location, this gem serves up the most mouthwatering, Sonoran style hot dogs that are worth every single bite.
My usual order?
The Vaquero Chile— a hot dog wrapped in bacon, topped with beans, chorizo, roasted green chile, and cheese.
It's a symphony of flavors that leaves you wanting a repeat performance.
The Sonora is another outstanding choice, piled high with fresh beans, onions, green salsa, tomatoes, mayo, and mustard.
It's a bit too much for my preference, but still delicious nonetheless.
Lalo's isn't just limited to hot dogs - they serve some seriously good feature dishes as well.
I've tried a good number of them, and believe me, I have yet to be disappointed.
But it's not just their food that's noteworthy, their service is unmatched, really making you feel at home.
But the real stars of Lalo's are those famous Sonora dogs.
We had heard about these golden, bacon-wrapped beauties on 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' but never had the chance to try them.
When Lalo's opened, it was like an answered prayer for foodies like us.
Paired with carne asada street tacos, carne asada fries, and a Mexican Coke, it's a meal that's always worth the wait.
The moment you walk into Alma's Kitchen, you're welcomed with a warm smile and an amazing aroma that fills the air.
Arik and the rest of the team are simply fantastic and make sure to keep the experience friendly and professional.
One of my absolute favorite things to do is treat myself to one of their meeting luncheons.
The food is delectable, to say the least.
It's impossible not to fall in love with the flavors they serve up.
Trust me, Alma's Kitchen has never disappointed me with their food.
A personal favorite of mine is the red Chile - the taste just explodes in your mouth.
In my opinion, Alma's Kitchen is one of the great hidden gems on campus.
It's like a slice of home-cooked heaven right here in the bustling university.
It's not just the food but the affordable prices that make it a great place for us students.
Just around the corner from me, there’s a hidden treasure that you must visit, it's Mother's Place.
From the first time I stepped in, it had me hooked.
Their enticing menu, with offerings like Swedish meatballs, fresh salads, and delicious pies, all for a very fair price, was love at first sight!
The place radiates warmth with its clean, well-arranged setting and affable people.
It's almost like a homely version of Cracker Barrel, with the charming layout and the array of cool stuff they have on sale.
What really impressed me on my first visit was the swift service and the quality of the food.
My personal favorite was the apple pie, closely followed by the gluten-free berry cake, so good that you’d want to take some home.
Trust me that is exactly what I ended up doing!
Mother's Place is more than just a restaurant, it's an experience.
Imagine dining in an antique shop that’s been blended perfectly with a home-style restaurant.
Behind this wonderful venture is an endearing couple who pour their heart into running it.
The food is not only appetizing but is presented with such meticulous attention to detail that it enhances the whole dining experience.
You get a complete meal with a salad, main course, and dessert!
The cozy, tranquil ambiance of the place just adds to the charm.
Even though it's a quiet little spot, I have no doubt they can handle a crowd and still maintain the quality of service.
Tiffany's Pizza & Deli Coffee
You wouldn't believe it, but nestled in the heart of Las Cruces is Tiffany's Pizza & Deli Coffee, an unassuming gem that serves up the best Greek food in the city.
I've been frequenting this place for the better part of 15 years, and it never disappoints.
It's got a cheerful, no-frills atmosphere that's refreshingly simple, perfect for a laid-back lunch or dinner.
One thing you must try is their pizza, baked in a style that leaves the crust perfectly well done.
Regularly, I go for their gyro, which is, without doubt, my favorite.
The meat is juicy and flavorful, and the tzatziki sauce adds a tangy kick that makes this dish a must-have.
They may not serve alcoholic beverages, but their Greek coffee is a treat in itself.
Strong and invigorating, it's a perfect endnote to a hearty meal.
Now, you might find their pricing a bit on the higher side, but with the generous portions they serve, I guarantee it's worth every penny.
Plus, the service is always friendly and efficient.
But here's a heads up - they have very limited operating hours.
So, be sure to check their page before you head out to avoid any disappointment.
And lastly, don't leave without trying their tiramisu and Greek cookies.
No meal at Tiffany's Pizza & Deli Coffee is complete without them.
Welcome Inn Cafe
Living right here in Las Cruces, I've had my fair share of Mexican cuisine.
But none can beat the charm and authenticity of the Welcome Inn Cafe.
I still remember the day when I chanced upon this delightful café on my usual route.
I must say, you should never judge a book by its cover, and this place is the perfect example.
My curiosity led me to try their custom-made California Burrito - a dish that I found to be an interesting mix of flavors, thanks to the added rice.
It was a great burrito, a culinary surprise from a hidden gem.
Their menu is an adventure in itself, featuring a range of options that leave you spoilt for choice.
But the Torta de Asada is really something.
The portion size is generous, and the taste is simply delicious.
And if you're into nachos, like me, their regular nachos are a delight to the palate.
You can even add more ingredients to them.
To top it all, they have an assortment of Mexican chips and candies.
Everything is freshly made, including their homemade flour tortillas.
What's even more heartwarming is the fact that Welcome Inn Cafe is owned by a small local family that has been part of our community for over 20 years.
It's this local charm and homely vibe that makes dining there a unique experience.
And did I mention that this place is literally a few steps away from my home?
Don't take my word for it.
El Charro Mexican Grill
Oh, the joy of stumbling upon a hidden gem!
That's what El Charro Mexican Grill is for me.
Nestled right here in our city, it serves the most authentic Mexican cuisine I've ever tasted.
Their tacos are my absolute favorite.
I remember going there with a friend who ordered steak and enchiladas.
Oh boy, it was not only scrumptious but also very affordably priced.
Every time we visit, I find myself eagerly exploring their menu, trying something new.
Their asada nachos are a must-try.
I once ordered them while dealing with some stressful phone calls and barely managed to finish them.
But the taste of the perfectly seasoned meat lingered in my memory.
Oh, and their chips and salsa?
Absolutely on point!
I could visit just for those.
Another thing that impressed me was the value for money.
Every city has its own legendary spots, and for us in Las Cruces, Day's Hamburgers is one of those.
Situated in the heart of downtown, it's been satisfying our burger cravings since 1932 and still doesn't disappoint today.
I remember the first time I walked into Day's Hamburgers.
The atmosphere was brimming with nostalgia, and the smell of sizzling patties filled the air.
The place can get quite busy during lunch hours, and I have to admit, sometimes the waiting time can stretch out a bit.
But I've found that the wait is well worth it.
The Double Great Day burger is my go-to order.
It's a massive slab of meat that overflows from the bun.
The very sight of it is enough to make your mouth water.
But it's not just about the size.
I've seen some folks mention that the flavor of the burger was bland on their visit.
But in my experience, the seasoning has always been consistent and the meat really juicy.
The side dishes are not to be forgotten.
The onion rings have that perfect golden brown hue, and even though they can be a bit on the greasy side, they make an excellent sidekick to the burger.
The fries are also a solid choice.
Crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, they are the ideal partner for those well-seasoned patties.
Walking into Day's Hamburgers is like stepping into a slice of Las Cruces history.
The food, the atmosphere, and the service all come together to make it a must-visit destination in downtown Las Cruces.
El Jacalito Restaurant
There's something about the humble A-frame building on the corner of our neighborhood that's always intrigued me.
That's where El Jacalito Restaurant is - a beacon for all food lovers craving authentic Mexican cuisine and more.
Now, let me tell you about their food.
I'm not exaggerating when I say that their chili hatch burger is something out of this world.
The way the heat of the chili mingles with the robust flavors of the meat, it's nothing short of a flavor explosion.
And then there's the chili relleno, a perfect balance of spice and cheese that leaves you yearning for more with every bite.
But El Jacalito is not just about the food.
It's about the experience.
The counter service is efficient, and the restaurant is always spotlessly clean.
The cozy ambiance of the place resonates with the warmth of the people running it, making it a local favorite.
Don't forget to try their green chili burger and hand-cut fries, and if you’re in for a feast, their combination platter is a delight.
In the mood for something fresh and tangy?
Their homemade salsa is simply divine.
La Nueva Casita Café
Have you ever tasted the comforting warmth of Fideos soup or the spicy kick of green enchiladas?
If not, then a visit to La Nueva Casita Café should be on your culinary bucket list.
Beloved by locals, this long-standing eatery has been charming taste buds with its flavorful Mexican dishes for years.
Here's what makes it special -- step inside, and you'll find yourself immersed in a wave of colors, reflecting the vibrant culture of Mexico.
A word of advice: their salsa, served with chips, packs a delightful punch of spice you wouldn't want to miss.
One of my personal favorites is the beef enchiladas with red sauce and an over-easy egg.
While it wasn’t spicy for my palate, my partner found it a bit too hot.
We swapped plates, and I found myself digging into the chicken enchiladas with green sauce.
It was equally satisfying, though not as spicy.
Do note that the green enchiladas don't come with the traditional crema, but you can ask for it if you prefer.
There's one more thing I should tell you about – the tea.
It's not always easy to find places that serve really good unsweetened tea, but the one here is just perfect – it doesn’t need anything else added to it.
Despite its popularity on Trip Advisor which often results in a bit of waiting time, the high ratings and excellent food make it well worth the wait.
They also have plenty of free parking behind the building, which is always a bonus.
Whether you're dining in or ordering to go, the food at La Nueva Casita Café is always a hit.
Their menudo with flour tortillas is an absolute delight, bursting with acidity, spice, and kick from the chili powders.
The portions are generous, too, ensuring you'll leave with a full stomach and a satisfied smile.
Mix Pacific Rim Cuisine
One of the beauties of living here is having access to the exquisite and diverse flavors offered by Mix Pacific Rim Cuisine.
Nestled in the heart of our city, the restaurant has become a personal haven where I often retreat, basking in its warm ambiance while indulging in an array of delicious meals.
Every dish that graces the table is a work of art, both in appearance and flavor.
The portion sizes are generous, justifying the price and the anticipation.
Although the dining area might be on the smaller side, I believe it adds to the restaurant's charm, creating an intimate atmosphere that heightens the dining experience.
One of my personal favorites is the Tonkotsu noodles.
The yummy noodles paired with the delectable pork toppings leave my palate yearning for more.
It's not just the food, though.
The warm, sometimes even room temperature, Saki complements the dishes well, and I find myself enjoying it despite the fluctuating temperature.
Tacos & Shell-ah’s
Every now and then, you stumble across a place that leaves a lasting impression.
For me, one such place is Tacos & Shell-ah’s, a tucked-away gem in our city that never disappoints.
It's my go-to spot for a hearty and flavorful meal.
A simple visit to their website at Tacos & Shell-ah's will help you understand what I mean.
The moment you step into this place, you are welcomed into a warm and cozy environment, enhancing the dining experience.
My latest order was a tasty combo of beef, chicken, and shrimp tacos, and I must say, they were some of the best I've ever had.
One thing that sets Tacos & Shell-ah’s apart is their delightful surprises.
Their iced tea is a must-try, perfectly sweet and refreshing.
But the real star is their off-the-menu Horchata, a sweet and creamy concoction that is simply divine.
Trust me when I say you need to ask for it.
I remember this one time when a visiting student team from Canada was dining at the restaurant.
A local professor at the university recognized them and generously paid for their entire meal.
It was a beautiful moment that brought a sense of community warmth into this little taco place.
Another favorite of mine is their seafood offerings.
The ceviche, fish tacos, and shrimp tacos have always been a delight.
And if you crave something sweet after your meal, their churros are a perfect choice/
Now, if you're looking for something different, try the ahi tuna.
It is a game-changer.
I've been visiting Lucy's for my morning meals for quite some time now.
You can find it on Google Maps here.
This small diner has a certain charm that I absolutely adore.
The tall ceilings, abundant natural light, open floor plan, and overall great vibes make it a perfect setting to kickstart my day.
The food is fresh and well-seasoned, making every dish a delight for the palette.
The huevos rancheros, in particular, is a must-try.
The blend of eggs, beans, and tortillas, all topped with their amazing house-made salsa, tastes divine.
I like mine with chorizo and red chile, which brings back memories of my mother's homemade breakfasts.
The service at Lucy's is always warm and friendly, which just adds to its charm.
Rita, a cheerful lady who is often taking orders, always makes sure everyone is comfortable and enjoying their meal.
And oh, I can't forget the coffee!
It's one of the best in the city, always fresh and perfectly brewed.
Mariscos Boca del Rio
Ah, Mariscos Boca del Rio y comida Mexicana, where do I even begin?
This gem of a restaurant tucked away in our city has become an integral part of my foodie journey in Las Cruces.
The shrimp soup here is legendary, especially after a night out.
Trust me, it's just the right kind of spicy and hearty you need to remedy a hangover.
And don't even get me started on their burritos - they're the stuff of dreams.
But the star of the show at Mariscos Boca del Rio are their Asada tacos.
I mean, each bite is a burst of authentic Mexican flavor - it's like nectar from the gods, I kid you not.
What's even better is they make everything fresh in the kitchen, nothing's frozen.
It's like having a home-cooked meal, only better.
Chachi's Mexican Restaurant
"I don't usually like to give away the best-kept secrets of our city, but Chachi's Mexican Restaurant is too good not to share.
This hidden gem, tucked away in Las Cruces, has a reputation for leaving your taste buds singing.
"From the moment you step into Chachi's, you're welcomed with a burst of Mexican flavors.
I love how they serve chips and salsa as soon as you sit down.
The salsa can be a bit spicy, but it's a nice kick to start the meal.
Make sure to order their queso dip - it oozes with cheesy goodness!
The portions here are incredibly generous, so come with an appetite.
The cheese enchiladas are a must-try, rolled to perfection and filled to the brim with cheese.
Alongside these, the combo plate lets you enjoy a variety of their offerings.
Remember, the food is served on not one, but two plates!
The Carne Adovada tacos are another crowd-pleaser.
They may be a little greasy, but don't let that deter you - they are packed with flavors that guarantee a culinary fiesta in every bite.
And if you're in the mood for a brisket burrito, they make a mean one here, smothered with red chili and served with beans and rice on the side.
"The service at Chachi's matches up to the food - warm, friendly, and attentive.
And let's not forget about the ice-cold beer!
It's the perfect accompaniment to their fiery dishes.
"Chachi's Mexican Restaurant is no doubt a beloved spot among the locals.
But be warned, word about this place is spreading fast, though.
Ever had that sudden craving for a hearty Gordita when you're out and about?
Well, it happens to me more often than not.
I discovered Saenz Gorditas, an unassuming little drive-thru in Las Cruces, which, despite its lack of fancy decor, offers the most satisfying Gorditas you could imagine.
My first visit to Saenz was quite an impromptu one.
I was casually strolling around the market when the aroma of freshly cooked Gorditas lured me in.
I decided to give their #1, Gordita plate a go.
To my pleasant surprise, the meat was well-seasoned, and the accompanying salsa was just mild enough to tickle my taste buds without being overpowering.
The Gorditas themselves were generously stuffed, a tad overfilled even, but that only added to the charm.
I was pleasantly surprised to see the variety of stuffing options they offered.
Many may critique the lack of a proper dining area or the occasional noisy environment, but I believe this only adds to the authenticity of the place.
It's not your typical restaurant, but it truly captures the essence of Las Cruces, with its laid-back vibe and uncompromising dedication to food quality.
Mi Pueblito Restaurante
When you stroll into Mi Pueblito Restaurante, there's something about the ambiance that instantly takes you home.
The laughter, chatter, hearty servings, and heavenly aromas all blend to form a delightful symphony of the senses.
The food, oh, the food!
Their crispy chicken tacos have a crunch that resonates with every bite, while the burritos are a mouth-watering fusion of flavors.
If you're feeling adventurous, their menudo and caldo de res are a must-try - a testament to the authentic Mexican cuisine they expertly serve.
But what steals the show for me is the carne adovada plate, a dish that has a special place in my heart and taste buds.
Their smiles are as warm as the fresh, homemade tortillas they serve, and they make you feel like family.
D.H. Lescombes Winery & Bistro
Let me take you on a journey to one of my favorite spots in Las Cruces, a place where the ambiance is as intoxicating as the wine, the D.H. Lescombes Winery & Bistro.
If you've ever wondered what it's like to step inside, let me enlighten you.
As soon as you set foot in the bistro, you're welcomed by an elegant yet casual atmosphere.
You'd feel right at home here, whether you're celebrating a special occasion or just need a good drink after a long day.
If you're unsure of what wine to try or what food to pair it with, don't worry!
They're always ready to suggest the perfect combination.
The first time I ate here, I was taken aback by the quality of the food.
The Prime Steak.
Trust me when I say it wasn't joking around.
Well-marbled, perfectly seasoned, and expertly cooked, it was a culinary masterpiece.
And the wine?
Oh, the wine!
With an extensive selection of local wines, it's a haven for any wine enthusiast.
I found myself taking home four bottles that night after sampling their wine flights.
You know that special feeling when you walk into a restaurant, and they know your order by heart?
That's what I experience every time I walk into Nellie's Cafe.
Their traditional Mexican fare is the perfect way to start my day.
My usual go-to dish is the Huevos Rancheros, and it's always cooked to perfection with the ranchero sauce adding just the right amount of spice to kickstart my mornings.
One time, I decided to switch things up a bit and ordered the green cheese enchiladas.
Oh boy, they were absolutely amazing!
The green chili sauce was flavorful without being overwhelmingly spicy.
It's one of the many reasons why I keep coming back.
The thing I love the most about Nellie's Cafe is its simplicity.
It's a small space, yet it's always packed with people.
Ranchway BBQ & Mexican Food
Let me tell you about my local favorite, Ranchway BBQ & Mexican Food, a place that will awaken your taste buds with the best of BBQ and Mexican cuisine.
The minute you step foot into this charming establishment, you're greeted by the tantalizing aroma of mesquite-smoked brisket that instantly transports you to food heaven.
They've got a knack for making you feel welcomed and valued.
The pricing, too, is a delight, offering tremendous value for such hearty portions.
That brings me to the food - oh, the food!
I don't think I can ever get enough of their flauta plate.
Picture this: mesquite-smoked brisket, delicately wrapped in two corn tortillas, served alongside beans and rice, and topped with fresh lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese.
It's not just a meal, it's an experience!
And be warned, their flautas are generously portioned - they're more like burritos than your typical flautas!
I can't help but mention their recent upgrade to tiled floors, which adds a nice touch to the overall ambiance.
The decor remains the same, giving you a feel of the local culture.
And their order and pickup system at the counter is efficient and straightforward.
The place can accommodate around 40 patrons, making it an ideal spot for a casual meet-up or a cozy family dinner.
The Ranchway BBQ & Mexican Food is also always sparkling clean, inside and out, which shows their commitment to hygiene and customer satisfaction.
Habanero's Fresh Mex
Every day is a fiesta at Habanero's Fresh Mex right here in our city of Las Cruces.
If you want a taste of traditional Mexican comfort food, this is a place you can't afford to miss.
I've been frequenting this counter-serve fixture for years now, and trust me, it never disappoints.
My regular order?
The Arroz con Pollo.
As I bite into this dish, each mouthful gives me a burst of flavors that is as delightful as it sounds.
Their complimentary soup is also something to look forward to.
It's a delicious appetizer that sets the mood for the flavorful meal ahead.
What makes Habanero's stand out is more than just their food.
It's the people.
You can feel their warmth and joy and that's something I've always appreciated.
And when the weather permits, the patio is a fantastic spot to enjoy your meal.
Their charming outdoor space paired with shrimp tacos or nachos (which my friends vouch for) makes for a perfect evening.
Abraham's Bank Tower Restaurant
'I often find myself daydreaming about the comfort food at Abraham's Bank Tower Restaurant.
This place, tucked away on the 4th floor of the CAREGIVER building, previously known as the Bank Tower, is always buzzing with good vibes and delightful aromas.
They serve the kind of food that makes you feel right at home.
And their burgers, oh my!
The quality is simply excellent.
I have always been a fan of their authentic, delicious food.
The best BLT in the city is served right here on warm whole-wheat toast.
Their French fries are just the right amount of crispy, and the green chili hamburger, a local favorite, is out of this world.
Not to mention the Philly Steak.
It's as if you can taste the love and care they put into their meals with each bite.
But indulging in their memorable cuisine isn't the only experience worth raving about.
The view of Las Cruces from the restaurant is breathtaking.
While munching on their tasty pies, you can gaze at the vibrant cityscape below – it's a sight that never gets old.
Let me tell you about a spot that's a staple in my daily routine - The Shed.
This Southwest-style café is my go-to for breakfast, lunch, or any time I simply need a comforting, hearty meal.
Their all-day breakfast is something I look forward to every morning; a perfect way to start my day.
There's nothing like their Brisket Green Chile Hollandaise Eggs Benedict - a dish I was unsure about at first but has since become a favorite.
Their Old Mesilla breakfast is another delightful choice, served with a side of hearty beans.
Their mid-day offerings are equally tempting.
The wood-fired pizzas and sandwiches are a must-try for lunch.
I particularly enjoy the calabacitas enchiladas, which is a testament to their culinary prowess.
One unique aspect of The Shed is their commitment to sustainability as seen with their offer of paper straws.
The interior is clean and has an interesting Southwest style, making it a visual treat.
When you arrive, scan the QR code with your phone to pull up the menu, an innovative touch that I appreciate.
While prices may be slightly on the higher side, with $14.50 for eggs and chorizo with beans, I believe it's well worth it, given the quality of food and service.
Cocina Mexicana Express
There's nothing quite like the aroma of fresh gorditas and carne asada burritos wafting through the air as you walk into Cocina Mexicana Express.
The tantalizing blend of flavors and spices never fails to remind me of why this is one of my favorite places to grab a bite in the city.
Their combo plates, rich with red chili brisket burritos are a feast for the senses, guaranteed to satisfy any craving for authentic Mexican cuisine.
I often find myself daydreaming about the succulent taste of the tender brisket, perfectly seasoned and wrapped in soft, warm tortillas.
What I appreciate about Cocina Mexicana Express is not only their delectable food but also how they maintain their kitchen.
It's always spotless, which speaks volumes about their commitment to cleanliness and food hygiene.
I've been living in this city for as long as I can remember, and I've seen many eateries come and go.
But one that has recently caught my attention is King Grill.
It's a middle eastern restaurant tucked away in a corner of our neighborhood, and I must say, it's been a delightful addition to our food scene.
My first visit to King Grill was quite an experience.
I decided to go with their falafel sandwich, and boy, it was a burst of freshness and flavor.
The best part - the falafel and hummus were clearly homemade, adding to the authenticity of the dish.
They also serve their meals with a delicious blend of tahini and veggies, which is simply irresistible.
However, like all places, there's always room for improvement.
I found the gyro portion to be a bit on the smaller side, and one of their shawarma combos had an overbearing amount of cheese, almost making it feel like a Mexican-gyro-panini.
It felt a little out of place with the rest of the authentically Middle-Eastern menu.
But, what really sets King Grill apart is the twist they give to their Greek dishes.
These guys have managed to infuse a Middle Eastern twist into the classic Greek flavors and the result is unlike anything I've ever tasted in the city.
It's a unique culinary experience that's definitely worth trying.
I'm looking forward to giving the restaurant another chance and seeing how they grow and evolve.
My hope is that they work on creating a more friendly atmosphere to match their delightful food.
Nothing like a bit of warm Middle Eastern hospitality to go with their great food, right?
I can confidently say that Las Cruces is a gastronomic paradise.
With a rich blend of cuisine from K-Bowl's delightful dishes to the authentic Mexican delights at Chachi's Mexican Restaurant, there's a myriad of options to satiate every palate.
Every visit to these restaurants is a new flavor expedition, and I can't wait to see where my taste buds take me next!