Galisteo Bistro is relatively new to the Santa Fe restaurant scene, and it continues to grow in popularity. A small, warm establishment with excellent staff, the food is FRESH with an emphasis on seafood flown in regularly! The chef is creative and presentations are elegant. The wine list is very good. Watch this restaurant: it will soon take its place... 更多
This restaurant has been in Santa Fe for a few years now and though the menu seems to have varied some over the years (originally had more Italian-type dishes), the quality and service hasn't waned. We dined there recently for a benefit dinner for a local community charity, and even though it was a very busy night, our server was... 更多
Prix Fixe 3 course dinner for 2 and a great bottle of wine for $106.00-all in Santa Fe! Delicious tri-tips and tenderloin. The veggies were pure French...delicious. Best desserts in a long time! Best tip: Don't take the table at the back by the kitchen or the booth at the front. Bench is too short! Everything else awesome. Best waiter-Ben.
We walked down here from the Inn at the Governors for dinner and had a wonderful time. The food was local fresh and tasted wonderfully. The service helped us with our questions and made suggestions as to wine pairings which were quite good. We will definitely come back when we are back in Santa Fe.
Located on Galisteo Street where it crosses the river. Open kitchen design, exposed brick, large picture window facing street. Average service. Limited menu -- three meat entrees, three fish entrees -- along with about a similar number of appetizers. There is a daily prix fixe menu, or one can order individually. We started with the calamari, which was grilled and... 更多
Having had a big lunch we wanted a light supper, and hit the Happy Hour )and prices- wine or appetizers or salads, $8.) The salads and appetizers were huge, and tasty - enough for a meal had we been hungry. The food was delicious and the bread even more so. The wine selection was very good and interesting, domestic and... 更多
Stopped in here for Happy Hour. Husband had Kobe beef sliders, prepared well, and I had a Caesar salad, with fresh romaine, delicious Gorgonzola cheese, and a bit of anchovy with a sprinkle of aged Parmesan cheese. Delightful and reasonable. Would definitely return for dinner.