We came here on the recommendation of the innkeeper where we were staying and enjoyed it so much that we tried to make reservations for the next night as we were leaving. Unfortunately, the restauant is closed Sundays and Mondays.
Other reviewers have captured the essence of the place. The food is organic/local/natural to the extent possible and the menu is very creative and seasonally appropriate. It looked like they print new menus regularly, but there were specials on top of that.
The service was charming and the person (the owner?) who helped us choose a bottle wine to go with an unlikely set of dishes was given free range of the list and made a very moderate choice. (I'm always tickled when a restaurant recommends a bottle that's cheaper but a better fit than what I'd suggested.)
The decor was lovely. The physical space is tasteful and spare. The tables were set just far enough apart to feel private but close enough to feel the liveliness of one's neighbors. The water glasses and flatware are mismatched, in keeping with the vibe of the place. Despite the presence of HS prom-goers and a couple of families with small children, the sound was lively and happy - not overwhelming and noisy. And that's another thing - somehow the space and the staff accommodated romantic dates and exploring toddlers while making each feel... right.
Finally, we were very satisfied with the overall value of the place. The food was as good as - or better than - anyplace I've been in much larger cities and two appetizers, two entrees, a bottle of wine, and a dessert came in at $98. If you've only got one dinner in Taos, this is the place to go.