I will start with my bias: I have been coming here for over a decade and used to be a local myself. This is fabulous New Mexican cuisine, that is not Haute Cuisine, but the kind of food you crave when you have had homemade enchiladas and chile rellanos at all your relatives and friend's houses, and then you have to leave Taos for awhile. You can't go wrong with anything on the menu, and their sopapillas are my kid's favs. The gravel parking lot is usually filled with the trucks of local families who have stopped in for dinner. It's also popular with the retirees, and quasi-locals of Taos, and visiting Texans from their cabins in Red River. There is a great courtyard, local art on the walls, and freindlly service. And we always see someone we know who is happy to be there and have Taos home cooking. Take your time to enjoy a real New Mexican experience, and visit the wonderful historic Ranchos Francis de Assisi Church while you are there.
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