This small restaurant is located in a centuries-old authentic adobe hacienda located next to famous San Francisco de Assis Church. The town is on the south-western outskirts of Taos. We would not have found it except it was recommended to us by the lady at the motel where we stayed. The decor is pretty plain, but the restaurant staff is courteous and efficient.
We had their toastados and salsa as an appetizer. Their salsa was excellent. We both ordered their 4-item combination plate. Each plate had a cheese enchilada, a tamale, beef taco, and a chile relleno. All of the food items were excellent and very filling. The taco used pulled beef instead of ground beef and was particularly good. Being Texans, we don’t quite get the New Mexico concept of drowning Mexican food in red or green sauce as that obscures the flavors of the food rather than enhancing it. We always get our sauce on the side and either use it sparingly or not at all. We were so full from the tostados and entrée that we had to bypass the dessert.
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