One of of our friends told us about the Impossible Burger. The Impossible Burger is a plant-based burger that looks and tastes like a real meat patty. Yum! According to the Impossible Food’s website as of today, May 7, there are only two restaurants in New Mexico that serve Impossible Burgers: Plaza Cafe Southside and Rowley’s Farmhouse Ales. Both of these fine establishments happen to be in Santa Fe. We decided to go to Rowley’s Farmhouse Ales because we hadn’t been there in a while.
This is Chef Jeffrey’s version of an Impossible Burger. It came on a toasted brioche bun with 2 leaves of Bibb lettuce, 2 tomato slices, and a great pickle on the side. On top of our burger was Old Windmill Dairy cheddar cheese, carmalized onions, and of course green chile (1 dollar extra). I was amazed at how good this burger tasted. As you can see, it is truly amazing. The green chile was just the added bit of spicy and hot so I didn’t need any Tabasco. We also had the house cut fries with the house made ketchup. You have a choice between fries, onion rings or a green salad. The fries are thin cut. So I usually order them. We each had different beers, Cascade on the left and Twist on the right, which really complimented our burgers.