Barelas Coffee House

★★★★★

Food

Food
More choices in Albuquerque:
Resultset_next

Los Cuates New Mexican Food

4901 Lomas Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM

Resultset_next

Hurricane's Restaurant

4330 Lomas Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM

5 10
Hi! Sign in to let us know how Barelas Coffee House was?
Write a Review
.

The Owner of The Barela's Coffee House, Mike Gonzales, and his girlfriend Geri are personal friends of mine!! And it is no secret that they are the hardest working owners of a restaurant on this side of the Rio Grande River!! Mike is

3
★★★★★

The Owner of The Barela's Coffee House, Mike Gonzales, and his girlfriend Geri are personal friends of mine!! And it is no secret that they are the hardest working owners of a restaurant on this side of the Rio Grande River!! Mike is

.

Breakfast time is the best time to visit Barelas Coffee House! Their Huevos Deluxe can't be beat! Add a side of carne adovada and you are in heaven. The chili is the best - bar none. Wait staff is eager to please. We are regulars there

3
★★★★★

Breakfast time is the best time to visit Barelas Coffee House! Their Huevos Deluxe can't be beat! Add a side of carne adovada and you are in heaven. The chili is the best - bar none. Wait staff is eager to please. We are regulars there

.

Ran into Barelas 4 years ago and I have been eating there for local southwest dishes whenever I am in ABQ. Being from NYC fancy facade and signage doesn't impress me none. The people that frequent this place are locals or work around the

3
★★★★★

Ran into Barelas 4 years ago and I have been eating there for local southwest dishes whenever I am in ABQ. Being from NYC fancy facade and signage doesn't impress me none. The people that frequent this place are locals or work around the

.

This place is busy. The service is great and the prices are super reasonable. They serve authentic New mexico food. I had what was called the Christmas Cheese Enchilades, it had red and green chili sauce, I loved it. They are only open for breakfast

4
★★★★☆

This place is busy. The service is great and the prices are super reasonable. They serve authentic New mexico food. I had what was called the Christmas Cheese Enchilades, it had red and green chili sauce, I loved it. They are only open for breakfast

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

Do yourself a favor and order the Huevos Rancheros Deluxe. Make sure to sub the home fries for the hash browns, you won't be disappointed. Their green chile has amazing flavor, and isn't all starch.

2
★★★★★

Do yourself a favor and order the Huevos Rancheros Deluxe. Make sure to sub the home fries for the hash browns, you won't be disappointed. Their green chile has amazing flavor, and isn't all starch.

Pros: Food is awesome.

Cons: Crowded especially fri/sat mornings.

.

Barelas is definitely the best "New Mexican" restaraunt in Albuquerque. It's like eating at Grandma's. From breakfast to dinner-it's all fantastic. Red or green...both excellent. No sopapillas, but the tortillas are fantastic. Chicharones wrapped in a tortilla - to die for! The drive down into the old Barelas neighborhood is worth it. You will have to circle the block a few times to find parking, stand in line for a few minutes and pray that you find a table. The good service/servers quarantee you will get back to the office on time. I highly recommend this restaraunt to visitors to Albuquerque who seek the authentic New Mexican cuisine, at reasonable prices.

2
★★★★★

Barelas is definitely the best "New Mexican" restaraunt in Albuquerque. It's like eating at Grandma's. From breakfast to dinner-it's all fantastic. Red or green...both excellent. No sopapillas, but the tortillas are fantastic. Chicharones wrapped in a tortilla - to die for! The drive down into the old Barelas neighborhood is worth it. You will have to circle the block a few times to find parking, stand in line for a few minutes and pray that you find a table. The good service/servers quarantee you will get back to the office on time. I highly recommend this restaraunt to visitors to Albuquerque who seek the authentic New Mexican cuisine, at reasonable prices.

Pros: Great food,service, atmosphere

Cons: Parking

.

Good food, fast and efficient waitresses, but what a disappintment to find out they did not serve SOIPAPILLAS. I have to have SOIPAPILLAS with New Mexican cuisine. Sorry BARELAS.

2
★★★★☆

Good food, fast and efficient waitresses, but what a disappintment to find out they did not serve SOIPAPILLAS. I have to have SOIPAPILLAS with New Mexican cuisine. Sorry BARELAS.

Pros: Great food! Fast, efficient and courteous waitresses!

Cons: Where are the SOIPAPILLAS? I have to have SOIPAPILLAS with New Mexicine cuizine.

.

best bean burritos and green chile in town. dinning on the patio in the summer is an added treat. if you go there as much as I do the servers get to know you really well

2
★★★★★

best bean burritos and green chile in town. dinning on the patio in the summer is an added treat. if you go there as much as I do the servers get to know you really well

Pros: food, inexpensive, takeout

Cons: crowded at lunch time

.

This place is so crowded that you can't get OUT the door, let alone in. But it is DEFINITELY worth it. Get a table on the inside patio and have breakfast with their red or green chili -- you know the debate. Either here is fantastic.

2
★★★★★

This place is so crowded that you can't get OUT the door, let alone in. But it is DEFINITELY worth it. Get a table on the inside patio and have breakfast with their red or green chili -- you know the debate. Either here is fantastic.

Pros: the patio, green & red chili, breakfasts

Cons: enormous lines, very crowded, little parking

.

Best green chile in Albuquerque, perhaps in New Mexico. Great southwestern atmosphere. The smells of nearby tortilla factories add to the experience.

2
★★★★★

Best green chile in Albuquerque, perhaps in New Mexico. Great southwestern atmosphere. The smells of nearby tortilla factories add to the experience.

Pros: Eclectic atmosphere, great food, best green chile

Cons: lack of parking

Editorial from

Since 1978, Duke City's chile cognoscenti have been thronging Barelas Coffee House for la cosa real, New Mexico-style. Regulars breakfast on green chile-smothered, cheddar-sprinkled huevos rancheros and scoop up tender pinto beans come…

 

Wait, you're the expert.

If you've been to or used Barelas Coffee House, leave a review.

It's easy, only takes a couple of minutes and you'll help thousands make an informed decision.



Write a Review