Had a special occasion dinner there in mid May 2018. This was a back-up selection as the Corn Maiden Restaurant (also owned by the Santa Ana Pueblo and only a short drive away) is only open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for some reason. We usually eat at the PS a couple of times a year but it had probably been about a year or so before our most-recent visit. This restaurant has beautiful views of the Sandia Mountains and the Santa Ana golf course; best to dine there early to appreciate the vista as well as the activity around the hummingbird feeders located near the patio. We had been very happy with the food there but it's evident after this experience this place is in need of a reboot. The service is still very good, friendly staff who know what they're doing. The food however, is not up to par. We had the artisan cheese plate as our shared appetizer. Measly portions of good cheese; sets you back $16.00. Our entrees were the duck and the Thursday night prime rib special. A prime rib with a glass of wine for $30.00. Wine was fine, the prime rib, ordered medium rare, was a re-heated left-over which the chef chose to sear and serve with a sauce in order to try and disguise, the fatty, gristle-ladden, mess he directed to be presented to our table. Really? No shame in his game, that's for sure. We shared a chocolate decadence dessert, which was good. Dinner for two with two drinks, a shared appetizer and dessert was $110.00 with tax and a 20% tip. One other table seated in the dining room while we were there, although the restaurant was hosting a graduation party as I understand it in a nearby banquet room. No thanks; much better places to enjoy a good meal, well-served are near by.
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