Anita's New Mexico Style Mexican Food
| | |

Anita’s New Mexico Style Mexican Food

– Anita’s New Mexico Style Mexican Food –

Anita’s has also been delivering high-quality, low-cost full-service catering for many years. For thousands of clients, we’ve created a tradition of on-time delivery and setup. In this article, you will get to know some information about Anita’s new Mexico style Mexican food. 

Anita's New Mexico Style Mexican Food

About Anita’s

Anita delivers excellent service, with the same emphasis on high-quality food and personalized treatment as in their restaurants.

You can count on Anita’s skilled crew to spice up your next event with their traditional New Mexican meals and more, whether you’re organizing a formal feast for hundreds or a casual lunch for a few.

Anita’s is open seven days a week and serves breakfast, lunch, and supper at all of its locations. You can eat in or take away from their whole menu.

Anita’s New Mexico Style Mexican Food

  • Seasoned Chicken Quesadilla

           NGN 11.65

Pulled Seasoned Chicken Quesadilla; garnished with lettuce, tomato, and sour cream.

  • ½ Pint Queso

           NGN 7.65

Outstanding cheese dip! No other like it. Pint served with Med Chips, 1/2 Pint with Small Chips.

  • Pint Queso

          NGN 14.50

Outstanding cheese dip. No other like it. Pint served with Med Chips, 1/2 Pint with Small Chips

  • ½ Pint Guacamole

          NGN 8.99

Made from California Haas avocados. Topped with tomatoes and cheese. Pint served with Med Chips, 1/2 Pint with Small Chips

  • Chicken Fajitas

          NGN 14.90

Marinated Fajitas, Grilled Peppers, and Onions served with Spanish Rice, Salsa Verde, Sour Cream, a variety of Cheeses, Flour Tortillas & a side of Refried Beans.

READ ALSO:

Starters, Chips, & Dips

  • Taquitos

         NGN 9.65

3 Chicken or Shredded Beef Taquitos with your choice of Guacamole, Sour Cream, or Chile Con Queso

  • Flautas

         NGN 8.99

2 lightly fried flour tortillas filled with chicken or shredded beef and served with Guacamole, Chile con Queso, or Sour Cream

  • Sampler

         NGN 14.95

Perfect to share. A beef taquito, chicken flauta, meat nacho, mini veggie crisp, and 6″ cheese quesadilla, served with sour cream and guacamole

  • Macho Nachos

         NGN 12.95

A large platter of Anita’s chips, topped with chorizo, whole beans, queso, tomatoes, chives, & sour cream.

Anita's New Mexico Style Mexican Food

Mexican Pizzas

  • Cheese Only Pizza

            NGN 10.65

A crispy 10″ flour tortillas topped with tomatoes and chives & lots of cheese comes with a topping choice.

  • Seasoned Chicken Pizza

            NGN 11.99

A crispy 10″ flour tortillas topped with tomatoes and chives & lots of cheese comes with a topping choice.

  • Taco Meat Pizza

             NGN 11.99

A crispy 10″ flour tortillas topped with tomatoes and chives & lots of cheese comes with a topping choice.

  • Refried Beans Pizza

             NGN 11.99

A crispy 10″ flour tortillas topped with tomatoes and chives & lots of cheese comes with a topping choice.

Anita’s Combos/Grill

  • Tres Amigos

          NGN 15.85

One Beef, one Chicken, & one Veggie Enchilada with a Meat Taco. Served with Rice and Beans

  • Anita’s Combo

          NGN 15.95

“New Mexico Style” red chile cheese enchilada, a pork tamale with a meat taco. Served with Rice and Beans

  • Enchilada & Taco

          NGN 13.95

Chicken, Beef, or Veggie Enchilada and a Meat Taco. Served with Rice and Beans.

  • Anitas Sandwich

          NGN 11.25

Chicken Breast, Breaded Cod Fish, or Double Cheeseburger topped with a variety of cheeses, lettuce, onions, & tomatoes on Texas toast. Served with french fries.

  • Mr.T

          NGN 14.25

Strips of spicy pork grilled and served with potatoes and refried beans, all smothered in RED CHILE and served with flour tortillas.

Anita's New Mexico Style Mexican Food

  • Steak Asado

          NGN 18.65

A Grilled 8 oz New York Strip Steak served with “New Mexico Style” RED CHILE cheese enchiladas, Spanish Rice, Refried Beans, and Hot Flour tortillas

  • Combo Fajitas

         NGN 17.25

Marinated Fajitas, Grilled Peppers, and Onions served with Spanish Rice, Salsa Verde, Sour Cream, a variety of Cheeses, Flour Tortillas & a side of Refried Beans.

Anita’s Specialties

  • Arroz Con Pollo

          NGN 12.95

A large platter of seasoned chicken served on Spanish Rice & smothered with RED CHILE & Cheeses. Garnished with lettuce & tomatoes. Served with hot flour tortillas & refried beans.

  • Chile Relleno A La Carte

          NGN 8.99

A large New Mexico green chile pepper stuffed with cheese, dipped in batter, and deep-fried crispy.

  • Las Cruces

           NGN 15.25

Tender boneless breast of grilled chicken topped with Salsa Verde and a variety of Cheeses. Served with Spanish Rice, Refried Beans, Flour Tortillas, & a Chicken Flauta topped with Guacamole or Queso.

  • Pollo Avocado Spec

          NGN 15.65

Grilled boneless chicken breast marinated in a special “New Mexico Style” RED CHILE served on a bed of steaming Spanish Rice. Served with a salad topped with Guacamole Dip and a Chicken Flauta.

  • Carne Adovada Spec

          NGN 14.95

Chunks of Pork marinated no less than 24 hours in Anita’s “New Mexico Style” RED CHILE and baked to perfection. Served with Spanish Rice, Refried Beans, and hot Flour Tortillas.

READ ALSO:

Kids

  • Kids Cheese Burger

           NGN 4.35

Cheeseburger served with French fries

  • Kids Chicken Fingers

           NGN 5.35

Chicken Fingers served with French fries

  • Kids Grilled Cheese Sandwich

           NGN 4.35

Grilled Cheese served with french fries, add Ham for an additional $1

  • Kids Mini Super Burrito

           NGN 5.95

Burrito with Refried Beans and a variety of cheeses wrapped in a flour tortilla served with French fries

  • Kids Nemo Special

           NGN 6.95

Two breaded Cod Fish served with French fries

Sides/Extras

  • Chile Con Queso

          NGN 1.95

  • Corn Tortilla

          NGN 1.35

  • Flour Tortilla

          NGN 1.35

  • French Fries

           NGN 2.99

  • Green Chile

           NGN 1.25

  • Grilled Veggies

           NGN 2.95

Beverages

  • Pepsi (20oz)

        NGN 2.05

  • Diet Pepsi (20oz)

         NGN 2.05

  • Bottled Water

         NGN 2.05

  • Strawberry Smoothie

         NGN 3.25

  • Raspberry Smoothie

         NGN 3.25

  • Banana Smoothie

          NGN 3.25

  • Mango Smoothie

          NGN 3.25

  • Pineapple Smoothie

          NGN 3.25

  • Orange Juice

          NGN 3.10

  • Cranberry Juice

          NGN 3.10

FAQs About Anita’s New Mexico Style Mexican Food

1. What is the Best Authentic Mexican Restaurant in Albuquerque?

  • Excellent Blue Corn Enchiladas” at Padilla’s Mexican Kitchen

  • Excellent Blue Corn Enchiladas” at Monroe’s Restaurant


2. What is your Favorite Mexican Restaurant in Fort Wayne, Indiana?

  • Cebollas Mexican Grill

  • Proximo

  • Mexican grilling cabos


3. Where is your Favorite Place for Burritos in Albuquerque?

Delicias on San Mateo is my favorite burrito joint in Albuquerque.


4. What Should you Never Order from a restaurant in Mexico?

Never eat anything that hasn’t been completely cooked. Raw seafood, uncooked eggs, and undercooked meat should all be avoided.

If you wish to eat fish, get it prepared or try ceviche, a “raw” fish dish made with citric acid to eliminate bacteria.


5. What is the Best Mexican Restaurant in Mountain View, CA?

  • La Fiesta

  • Los Charros Taqueria Chili’s

  • La Costea

  • Fiesta Del Mar

  • Viva la Sol

  • Taqueria Los Altos Los Portales 


More FAQs About Anita’s New Mexico Style Mexican Food

6. What is your Favorite Place for Chicharrones in Albuquerque?

  • El Modelo Mexican Foods

  • New Mexico Beef Jerky Company

  • Taqueria

  • El Tapatio Tacos

  • La Playa Mariscos


7. What was the Best Taco you’ve Ever Eaten?

The first was Cuban Chicken, and the second was Jerk Pork.


8. How to Make Authentic Mexican Steak Tacos?

To make the tacos, fill each tortilla with steak slices, chopped onions, cilantro, salsa, and cheese. Add a squeeze of lime and a dash of your favorite hot sauce to finish. In Mexico, people say, “Buen Provecho” which means enjoy.


9. What is the Difference Between a Taco and a Burrito?

The shell size is the fundamental distinction between a burrito and a taco. Tacos are a lighter snack or supper, whereas a burrito is a filling, hearty entrée.


10. What are Some Good Restaurants in Tulum, Mexico?

  • Cetli.

  • Doa Paty Tacos de Guisado.

  • Aca Tacos de Canasta.

  • Taqueria Honorio.

  • Taqueria Honorio

  • La Chiapaneca Antojitos 

  • Cremerie Campanella

If you are reading this paragraph, it means you have a handful of information about Anita’s New Mexico Style Mexican Food. You should stop at the nearest Anita’s restaurant new to you.

If this article was helpful, let us know in the comment section and also share with your foodie friends. 

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *