The "eclectic" decor and furnishings may have you turning around before you even take a seat. But don't. The food is really good. The angus burger was phenomenal. The desserts looked yummy, too.
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The restaurant is small and nothing special but the soup was delicious. I got the corn chowder, green chile pork stew and chicken stew were also very good. Service was good and we had enough scones left over to take home.
We stopped in for lunch on our drive from Santa Fe to Taos. Didn't know anything about it, but it was the first open place we came to. The meal started with 2 complimentary scones with a 3-berry jam. Delicious! My boyfriend and I shared...More
We walked into this cozy place after the lunch rush, at the recommendation of a local if you can call a local someone who lives 20 miles away!). She said the carrot cake was fantastic as were the other desserts. She was right--after delicious crn...More
My realator recommended Sugar Nymph. Love the name. Southwest funky with amazing meal. No room for dessert so had carrot cake when returned home. My friend and I concurred the best carrot cake we ever ate. Best part was not to sweet. If you are...More
We stopped at this bistro on the way from Santa Fe to Taos. We ordered their burger with additional caramelized onions and chile, which came with either soup or salad. It's the first time I've enjoyed a burger without any need of sauces or condiments....More
Located in the same building as the Penasco theatre, this is a funky diner/bistro serving sandwiches soups and cakes. We had to wait over half an hour for a table for lunch and found everything sort of average. Sad that there were no whole wheat...More
Panasco the town does not have much to offer but Sugar Nymphs does. The owners are two bakers. Their breads are absolutely delicious so ordering a sandwich or a side of bread is a must. I had the grilled cheese and my wife the chicken...More
This small and quirky restaurant on the lovely drive from Santa Fe to Taos is worth planning a meal around. My wife had an excellent burger, and I enjoyed the "Zuni Stew" with fresh vegetables and an ancho tomato broth and some focaccio. We then...More