It's only one room, and they only serve breakfast (albeit all day) and lunch, yet Gutiz manages to turn out some of the best Parisian crepes, brie omelets, and cinnamon French toast I've have in Taos. The open kitchen mixes French and Latin American cooking into something as colorful as the setting, with its lavender walls and contemporary art. Green chile sausage bowls, tapas (mostly seafood), and sandwiches on homemade bread are available for lunch, maybe with a spicy Mexican hot chocolate to finish up.