This Japanese restaurant resides in a centuries-old adobe that lends a touch of the Southwest to otherwise traditional cuisine. Paper lanterns and ... More
This Japanese restaurant resides in a centuries-old adobe that lends a touch of the Southwest to otherwise traditional cuisine. Paper lanterns and screens offset the vigas and latillas on the ceiling. The cultural mix is even evident on the menu, where green chile is the primary ingredient in the Santa Fe Roll, along with masago and shrimp. The sushi bar is popular among local business people, and it is tough to find a seat on weekends.
Since 1977 this two story historic building has been home to one of the most popular Santa Fe restaurants. The
menu specializes in steaks and seafood cooked to perfection. Dining outdoors on the second floor balcony that overlooks the ...
This out of the way restaurant has won the hearts of many faithful patrons including many of the internationally known
movie stars that live in Santa Fe. The chile, both red and green, is delicious with just enough flavor ...
Located right next to the old railroad depot, this restaurant has been a local favorite for many years. The atmosphere
is pleasant, and during warmer weather the patio is a great place to dine. Both the food and the ...