This is still a fairly new restaurant in the Taos area and clearly has some growing pains. When we arrived recently for lunch and were told to seat ourselves. About a half dozen tables were available, but all of them still had the crumbs, used napkins, etc. from previous diners. We ended up cleaning off our table ourselves. Our server was very friendly, but did not stay tuned into to what was happening with her tables.
The menu had a nice variety of local, vegetarian and organic options of soups, salads and sandwiches. We the roasted vegetable soup that was good but lacked any unique flavoring or spices. It would have been nice to have the option between a cup or a bowl, as the bowl was too large of a serving.
They have a large variety of pies, cakes and other enticing desserts, although they did not have them on a printed menu. Instead the server rattled off a bewilderingly long list of options.
The restaurant is in a gorgeous setting overlooking the Taos mountain range. However, it's tucked away in a small plaza off a very busy road. If you don't know it's there, you can easily miss it. The prices are also a bit higher than what you pay for a similar quality menu in downtown Taos.
I hope this place succeeds, because the owner has clearly has put her passion into the food. But the dining experience needs development, especially with the service. The hours are also limited, so don't try to catch a late lunch there, as they close at 3:00pm.
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