Ah yes, back in the nacho groove after a 2 week hiatus (too busy one week, vacationing in the Sierras the next)!
Legend has it (read: I heard from my friend, Ann) that this restaurant, under a different name, used to be a fish and chips joint with bad service and mediocre food. Next, it was a taqueria run by the same guy who owned the fish and chips place (kind of a leap, don't you think?). Thankfully, in it's latest incarnation, this restaurant serves very good food, including this nice serving of Nachos. I went with carnitas instead of chicken this time because their only choice is grilled chicken, which I'm pretty much done with at this point unless there are no good alternatives. I'm really glad that my first plate of nachos after a 2 week break was tasty, nice to look at, and not too expensive. What a disappointment a crappy plate of my favorite food would have been after such a tortuously long wait!
Rating: 4 out of 5
Rating Notes: Decent chips, refired beans, good carnitas, pico de gallo and nicely presented sour cream and guacamole with lots of actual avocado in it plus tender pork made these a pleasure to eat! Great combined with their excellent green salsa, too.
Map to Location: http://mapq.st/nQ7n6b