Awesome and unusual fish andAwesome and unusual fish and seafood....Great food and service!4/26/2013 12:00:00 AMThere is no other restaurantThere is no other restaurant in Omaha that does seafood better than Taita. Bold statement, but one of the best meals we've had in town for a very long time.4/20/2013 12:00:00 AMAwesome eclectic food....espAwesome eclectic food....esp fish and seafood. Chocolate Pave is to die for!4/13/2013 12:00:00 AMA gem of a place!This place is a gem. Though considered Peruvian Seafood, it has every category. Delicious, simple and affordable!
They don't have a "bar" yet and do serve wine & beer (not sure about cocktails...ask) and the best part is that you can
bring your own wine for only $10 corking fee.
I highly recommend Taita before it gets found out.4/5/2013 12:00:00 AMWe love this place...the foodWe love this place...the food is excellent in taste and presentation. The chef even prepared a special salad for us. This was our second experience at Taita and the quality was consistent with our first dinner there, a prix fixe for Valentine's Day. The chef even came out to our table to discuss the meal and how he could improve Taita. This restaurant will be our new "first choice" for a truly excellent meal.3/22/2013 12:00:00 AMTop ten Omaha restaurant.Top ten Omaha restaurant. My black cod was prepared perfectly.2/14/2013 12:00:00 AMArt gallery or a Restaurant?I don't quite know just where to begin. My wife and I had a fixed menu for Valentine's day. The food was excellent and the service was very good. The portions were shockingly small. Our soup (delicious) was 4 teaspoons. When the waiter 1st came by with the wine and poured we thought it was the "tasting" pour...not so. After the soup was a tiny salad followed by one and half smallish scallops. (We noticed the diners next to us actually got two each). And so it went. I assured my wife we would go eat again somewhere else if she was still hungry. The entree was probably a four ounce portion, by far the most generous of the night. The only conclusion I can come to is that this is edible art. Brilliantly prepared, but mysteriously small portions2/14/2013 12:00:00 AMA night to rememberThe sushi wine dinner was exceptional. It was exciting to taste all the different seafoods prepared with such interesting and delicate flavors.I really enjoyed the wines from Italy,and for dessert a wonderful ginger-honey ice cream with a great cup of coffee A perfect evening!12/26/2012 12:00:00 AMTaita for TapasWith a colleague and in the mood for some seafood. Not to much to be found in Omaha steak country. This was definitely a nice neighborhood gem. They're about to get their liquor license so right now they're BYOB (limited on soft drinks as well during the waiting period). We had their $20 three course meal, although the menu was very intriguing and gastronomic. First course has the calamari which was a nice portion for one. Second course had the ramen noodles with monkfish. This was more on the tapas style and very tasty. The ramen were done perfectly. My colleague had the salmon which he claims was excellent. The dessert was excellent---- a lemon pastry angel cake with sweet cream on the side. Met owner/head chef Jose from Peru.11/19/2012 12:00:00 AM