Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Santa Fe's Best New Restaurant

The Madeleine Bed & Breakfast Inn attracts many foodies who follow the Santa Fe food scene very closely.  The latest hot spot is Koi Restaurant, recently selected by "Local Flavor Magazine" as The Best New Restaurant in Santa Fe, offering discerning diners a feast for the senses.  Innovative Euro-Asian fare served in small portions, along the lines of a tapas bar, allows you to sample from a tantalizing menu including: Grilled calamari with grapefruit, cilantro pesto & kimchi aioli; fresh-from-the-sea sashimi; Duck Two Ways - breast w/ red curry, sausage w/ celery root hash; and the superb Berkshire Kalua pork spring rolls with banana curry.  The menu changes following the seasons so you can go back again and again without ever tiring of the selections.

The restaurant is situated on the third floor of a building just about one block from the Plaza.  With stunning panoramic views,  Koi is an ideal place to go to watch one of Santa Fe's glorious sunsets while enjoying a drink and appetizer.  This establishmente is also a good pick if you are looking for inspired and beautifully-presented cuisine in a calm environment.  The chef will also, with advance notice, prepare a totally vegan meal.  

After the dinner hour the scene changes to a vibrant bar scene.  Located one block from the Plaza, Koi is also a great choice for those attending a function at the Lensic Performing Arts Center, just around the corner.

Koi Restaurant 
125 W. Palace Avenue
Santa Fe, NM
Serving Dinner from 5pm-closing


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