It was a breakfast run that brought us into Gutiz and it would have been easy to stay through lunch, making a culinary day of it based on the first blush. Billed as French/Latin fusion, Gutiz delivered on all counts. The traditional "tortilla" is as good as any you'll find in Madrid or Barcelona. The sauces accompanying the egg dishes had all the hints of a Parisian breakfast along with bread that could have come in on that last non-stop from Provence. Everything is fresh and locally-sourced. They take their morning beverages seriously at La Gutiz, from the specialty teas and chai drinks. Their fruit smoothies easily qualify in most of the food groups. The service hops, and it's busy through the noon hour because there is no dinner offering. An easy, early morning call after a night of carousing the streets of Taos anytime of year.