La Fonda del Bosque

1701 4th Street SW AlbuquerqueNM87102
Open
Sunday
9:00am-2:00pm
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
11:00am-2:30pm
Wednesday
11:00am-2:30pm
Thursday
11:00am-2:30pm
Friday
11:00am-2:30pm
Saturday
11:00am-2:30pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(42)
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Not Recommended 0
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Description

La Fonda Del Bosque can be found at 4th St Sw 1701. The following is offered: Restaurants: Mexican. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Albuquerque there are 82 other Restaurants: Mexican. An overview can be found here.
by opendius on April 10, 2015 from opendius

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La Fonda del Bosque is located in the beautiful National Hispanic Cultural Center. We are a contemporary Latin restaurant with a panorama of flavors, cooking styles, and ingredients from the 27 countries comprising Central and South America and the Latino Caribbean islands. Our dinner and private dining menu is an Argentine steakhouse menu, with some of the finest steaks and chops Albuquerque...
by yasabe on May 22, 2014 from yasabe
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by activediner on April 11, 2013 from activediner
Ranked "one of the 50 best Hispanic restaurants in the country" by Hispanic Magazine, La Fonda del Bosque continues to deliver great tasting dishes enhanced by some tremendous service. It is a perfect place to enjoy acclaimed home cooked food inside their beautiful establishment, or take in the rays of the sun out on their beautiful courtyard. Regardless the occasion, La Fonda del Bosque can...
by activediner on April 09, 2013 from activediner
Modern Latin restaurant with a sweeping universe of flavors, cooking styles and ingredients from the 27 countries comprising Central and South America and the Latino Caribbean islands.
by opentable on July 23, 2012 from opentable