Some friends invited us to dine with them here. The restaurant is a bit of a challenge to locate, especially after dark, as it's off an alley in Santa Fe (which is a series of alleys anyway). Parking is extremely limited. Emergency exit doors were blocked with unused benches from nearby tables. The dining room is small and not well heated in the winter. Although not an extensive selection, I enjoyed the soup menu and the sourdough bread was excellent - crusty exterior with soft bread interior and a solid sourdough taste. The salads, which comprise most of the menu, are ladened with organic-garden-fresh vegies, but typical of Santa Fe, there are some unusual twists to each one. You can't select your own dressing but must deal with what is assigned to each dish. I didn't go hungry, but won't likely go back just because it's not my style (or price).