Simple, well prepared food; menu that is easy to understand. Outstanding wine list by the glass and by the bottle (reasonably priced). For starters or share menu, we had (1) the tuna Carpaccio -- it was perfect with horseradish, capers, and olive oil and (2) Frijoles de olla - New Mexico beans with VT cheese -- really tasty. For main course, the trout yerba Buena -- grilled with lemon, mint, and cilantro -- deboned whole fish -- light, tasty. Also had the "house made" pasta -- which was the perfect summertime vegetarian pasta dish. Finished with lavender crème brulee. In the summer, you eat on the patio with a magnificent view of the mountains; when the air chills, they bring red blankets for anyone who is chilly. The staff knew the food and made excellent suggestions to match the two. I just wish I could get to Taos on a regular basis to visit El Meze.
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