Toribios

1637 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte
El Prado, 87529
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The food was all excellent! We were looking for breakfast and found this little restaurant. We had Chilaquiles, tacos and the omelet. Everything tasted excellent, although he warned; if you ask for something hot, it will be HOT! Chef/owner was very nice and friendly as well! He definitely had a passion for his food. We are already planning our next visit to this restaurant in the future!
Had always seen this place when I used to live a little more north of Taos. Finally had the chance to stop in and try this place today. This place reminds me of a food truck type atmosphere inside. The have a little window to order at and then they call out when you order is ready. They also have tables inside to sit and eat. Being that it was noon which is breakfast time in my life I decided to try the breakfast burrito. Let me tell you, these were good and they are not cheap with their portions. I scarfed that thing in under five minutes and then continued on to eat the one I bought for my girl. I was not impressed with their chile though as it tasted a bit more like a bell pepper instead of green chile. I definitely want to give this place another shot and try some of the lunch menu.
Great Mexican food. Can eat outdoors. Well-behaved dogs can sit under table. Green sauce on enchiladas perfect.

(575) 751-4431

Mexican

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Sushi a La Hattori

1405 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte
El Prado, 87529
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I was skeptical about visiting this restaurant but the yelp reviews lured me in. I LOVE it here! We come every friday night and the place is packed. The Sweet and Spicy Roll and Dragon Roll are my two favorites. Some of the tuna rolls however seem to come with canned tuna in them.......so I avoid those. It's truly unbelievable that a remote, landlocked town has such superb sushi! I recommend highly.
It's mighty difficult to find the sushi I enjoy. Spare me the rolls, I'm looking for nigiri and sashmi. Sush a La Hattori exceeded my expectations. The entire menu is broad and deep, but the fish flown in from Tsukiji Fish Market and the care in which is was presented sealed the deal. Not all of the fish is from Tokyo--my ikura was from Alaska, for example. But I felt as if I was in Japan with Jin-san and Hiromi-san have about 40 years of experience in the restaurant trade (most of which in San Dieg
We recently stopped in on a whim because the other restaurant we were considering did not serve alcohol. Needing a drink and some food we figured we'd order despite the fact that my wife is not a sushi fan at all. Look, we are in the mountains of northern New Mexico so sushi didn't sound like the best option for me either. We ordered up some dishes and discovered we had made a wonderful find. Sticking to noodle dishes and soups we were both floored by the flavors! My wife ended up ordering an additional mushroom dish that was the star of the show. The best mushroom she's ever eaten. After seeing the rolls and sashimi come out to other tables I knew I had made a huge mistake not ordering. I will be correcting this mistake on my next trip to Taos next month. The service was also wonderful with a lovely woman who clearly loved her job and has been doing it for awhile. Lastly, can you get a more idyllic setting? Just beautiful.

(575) 737-5123

Japanese, Sushi Bars

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Dobson House

PO Box 1584
El Prado, 87529
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(575) 776-5738

Hotels, Bed & Breakfast

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