Want to try unusual nachos? Here is the ultimate list of outstanding nacho spots that you'll want to try post-pandemic. You'll get to experience a tasty twist in Mexican cuisine, particularly these nachos that provide the satisfying crunch of tortilla chips, the creaminess of gooey cheese and the tangy acidity of pickled jalapenos. Here are unique versions of nachos that are worth splurging on:
El Coralense is a traditional Mexican seafood restaurant in sunny California. El Coralense’s lobster nachos are made with homemade chips that are smothered in a mozzarella cheese and Alfredo pan reduction sauce with lobster sautéed in garlic butter. A generous amount of mango pico de gallo is then added, making this a truly mouthwatering creation.
6600 Florence Ave, Bell Gardens, CA 90201, USA
Roasted Brussels sprouts nachos are perfect for those who want to increase their consumption of veggies. Imagine your nachos topped with roasted Brussels sprouts then doused with smoked jalapeno-cheddar sauce, pickled jalapenos, pickled onions, sliced scallions, and sliced radishes.
2548 N Southport Ave, Chicago, IL 60614, USA
How would you like coconut in your nachos? The Hawaiian Nachos of Uncle's Hawaiian Grindz are actually crispy wonton chips topped with shaved coconut. You can expect shredded cabbage, charred corn, tomato, and avocado chunks to be mixed along with mango salsa and sriracha sour cream. To seal the deal, you can pick from either Tuna Poke, Kalua Pig, Teriyaki Chicken, Spam or Crispy Tofu.
2315 Belair Rd Suite 2B, Fallston, MD 21047, USA
London's Taco Queen offers a unique take on this Mexican staple: jackfruit nachos. Jackfruit is a tasty substitute for pulled pork in this nacho version that has freshly fried corn tortillas topped with fresh guacamole, salsa and a creamy, spicy cheese sauce. It is then topped off with refreshing lime cream, sliced radishes, and jalapenos.
191 Rye Ln, London SE15 4TP, UK
People flock to Australia's Bad Hombres for its signature Vegan Nachos that makes use of cashew cream, black beans, pico de gallo, and guacamole. The all-vegan restaurant is considered to be the only plant-based Mexican and Latin American restaurant in Sydney.
Shop 8 Upper Ground Floor, 75-79 Hall St, Bondi Beach NSW 2026, Australia