My wife and I stopped in on a whim during a stay in Taos. This resturaunt is now on our short list of "must do's" any time we're in Taos. The menu is a remarkable blend of European and local Southwest. If you're looking for large and hearty, try the Drunken Chicken - a 1/2 chicken (real chicken with identifiable parts) baked pot pie with chunks of vegetable, and whole mushrooms marinated and simmered in a red wine sauce, under an incredible bread pastry top. The menu is loaded with lighter breakfasts and delicious sandwiches as well. Save room for the ever-changing deserts. Best of all, after a few visits - even if they're a year apart - the staff will remember you. They let you know that they are genuinely glad to see you again. If you're undecided, give them some preferences (hot/mild, light/hearty, creamy/spicey/mild) and ask them to suprise you. I've never been disappointed.
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