Pretty rustic environment but interesting. Wonderful waiter and delicious food. I would definately go back again.
I live in Taos, but had never been to this charming restaurant before tonight. Authentically housed in an old Taos building, The Love Apple totally exceeds the first impression. Since it is cold, the entrance was through the kitchen, rather than directly into the dining room, in order to preserve the heat. Funky, pleasant, and rustic. But the meals were... More
Yippee yippee they think they are hippies. Incomprehensible menu combined with blah taste to whatever it was I tried to eat. This joint needs to disappear forever.
Very nice atmosphere. I don't know what it is, but I love these restaurants where one enters through the kitchen. Paper napkins a poor choice for a nice restaurant -switch to linen and add tablecloths. The food more than makes up for any minor shortcomings. Had the yellow and blue cornbread with sage orange and cinnamon butters, yum. All the... More
My wife and I dropped in without a reservation on one of our day trips to Taos since it was highly rated on Trip Advisor. We were not disappointed. She had a venison dish and I had a steak. The dishes came with fresh locally grown seasonal vegetables. We each had a couple of glasses of wine and our bill... More
We didn't know what to expect when stepping into the Love Apple (you walk through the kitchen into the old converted church), but it came highly recommended from our innkeeper at Casa Gallina. What a romantic, delicious meal: one of the best of our two-week trip throughout Colorado and New Mexico. The church was lit with candles, creating a magical... More
If the historical aspects of Taos don't interest you, and the bridge over the Rio Grande is just "meh", then at least have dinner at this incredibly special restaurant. It doesn't even feel like restaurant, it feels like a special room in a someone's house, although it's actually in an a former adobe style church. The atmosphere was magical and... More
We really loved this place. The food was delicious and creative, decor funky old NM, staff friendly, and overall a really pleasant experience. They forgot my husband's beer, otherwise I would give them a 5.i have been recommending this place to my foodie friends.
Wow. Here is a confession: I am a food snob. I grow my own veggies, I make my own goat cheese and preserves and now, I am completely spoiled. Actually, I rarely eat out because often times, I am disappointed. Most restaurants order all their items through Cisco. Even the expensive ones. So be sure to ask if ingredients are... More
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