We loved this place. It's so rare that you find a breakfast place that serves truly unique twists on old favorites, but Gutiz will surprise you. I only wish we had been in Taos longer so we could have tried more on the menu. In fact, we went on a Sunday, and returned expectantly on Monday, only to find it closed...D'oh!
I had the Eggs Benedict which was great, but my wife's Spanish Tortilla which included pesto and tapenade, was amazing. The staff is very friendly, and once we made it clear that we needed coffee, and lots of it, they were on the spot with refills. I wouldn't go if you're in a hurry, but if it's nice out and you can sit outside, you won't mind a leisurely breakfast.