We regret to announce the Su Room will be temporarily closed beginning September 5th. El Nido has been pleased to offer Japanese cuisine under the culinary and artistic hands of Chef Masa. Chef Masa will be returning to his homeland, Japan. He will be missed. We are committed to offering our guests high quality seafood in Tesuque! Please stay tuned for the reopening date. In the meantime, the Su Room is available for private events.
Open for Reservations
New Hours of Operation: Open Thursday–Sunday
Reservations Required: Call (505) 954-1272
巣 SU: The Nest/nest/: a cozy place: home
An Omakase Dining Experience
The phrase omakase is most used when dining at Japanese restaurants where the customer leaves it up to the chef to select and serve seasonal specialties. The Japanese antonym for omakase is okonomi, which means you are choosing what to order. The chef will present a series of plates, beginning with the lightest fare and proceeding to the heaviest dishes. The phrase is not exclusive to raw fish with rice and can incorporate grilling and other cooking techniques.
Chef Hattori Omakase
Chef’s daily selection of dishes using the finest ingredients
Five pieces of sashimi from the day’s offerings
Five pieces of nigiri from the day’s offerings
Pick from a selection of rolls from the day’s offerings
Ask your server about today’s dessert offerings