Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by JewishGambler, Jan 10, 2017.
Did a search but saw nothing definitive. Thanks!
in for this response as well. I do know really good guac on the strip though
I like the Volcano Nachos at Margaritaville (Flamingo). It's a lot of nachos.
For me it's the chicken nachos at Lagasse's Stadium at the Palazzo!!!
ive had that...and somehow that is considered their appetizer...
The nachos at Guy Fieri''s at linq
Geogran is going to groan, as I am always pushing Diablo's steak nachos, but the are amazing. I don't even like nachos much as sometimes the cheese is either too processed, or not melty enough, but they do a blend of cheeses that goes from traditional cheese to more creamy, melted cheese.
Don't get this as an appetizer...it is MORE than a full meal for two....even for those who can eat.
Maxim magazine even voted them "best nachos" in the county in the past....how can you go wrong?
PS Diablos is on the edge of Monte Carlo, on the strip
Ha Ha - the minute I saw this nacho post I knew who would respond.
You've got me convinced - next time Diablo's for sure and will get a pic! Now I've got an excuse for another trip.
OK, @spdandpwr - guac it to me!
(If it's guac at China Poblano, I agree on the spot).
GHEEZ... that pictures is making me hungry.
Remember it could be the transplanted Texas in me, I love when they do a good job with the steak, knowing how to cook it where it's tender and juicy vs. dry. Plus I love how the have a few flavors/textures of cheese.
On an excuse for another Vegas trip, that makes me really happy....I am always worried you might lose interest in Vegas and quit going....I know, like me, you have to really push yourself to go each time
While not nearly as large as some of the other offerings suggested, the seafood nachos at Javier's in Aria are really good. We haven't tried their meat nachos, but I would assume they are just as good.
And @spdandpwr where is the best guac?
El Segundo Sol across from the Wynn; China Poblano is also fantastic
I concur on Jimmy Buffet's place
not the traditional take, but last trip, we ate at yardhouse on the LinQ...the Poke nachos were great, but not the chilli and cheese traditional style
marinated raw ahi, avocado, cilantro, serranos, green onions, nori, sesame seeds, sweet soy, sriracha aïoli, white truffle sauce, crispy wontons
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