*** Nacho Grande is composed of nacho chips, pico de gallo, salsa, ground beef, guacamole, Chihuahua’s queso, sour cream on top, and cheddar cheese.
It is so unique for them to serve the food in an aluminum bowl. It suddenly reminded me of my baking class back in school. Anyway, unlike the typical nachos served in other restos I know, the toppings on their nachos are not just placed on top. It was actually mind-boggling to see the generous amount of ingredients until the bottom of the bowl!
Steak Nachos P385.00
This one is a Nacho Grande with tender, charcoal-grilled American beef. Man, the meat exceeded all my expectations.
Chicken Nachos P345.00
This is another Nacho Grande with grilled lean marinated chicken breast.
Chips & Queso Special P195.00
This dish is cheaper than the others because it is just a chili con carne with cheese.
Two-Bean Burrito P145.00
This has refried beans, black beans, Mexican rice, chipotle salsa, creamy queso, rice, and other vegetables.
Picadillo Burrito P295.00
It has refried beans, Mexican rice, black beans, Chihuahua’s spicy queso, pico de gallo, lettuce, and your choice of meat. Oh carbs! I wasn’t able to finish this one. Sigh.
Banana Nutella Quesadilla P195.00 or P345.00
I like this dessert so much. It was my first time to try a sweet quesadilla! It is made of fresh bananas, Nutella, and Jiffy peanut butter. As if those weren’t enough, the dish is topped with vanilla ice cream, cinnamon, shaved almonds, and cajeta (caramel sauce).
Aguas Frescas. This is a traditional non-alcoholic Mexican fruit juice made with melons, pears, or watermelons.
Chihuahuarita. It is the short term for Chihuahua Margarita. According to Mr. Elian, the secret to have the best Margarita is in its ingredients, tradition, and know-how. Meanwhile, Miss Ines told us that they are very excited to introduce to their margarita variations (strawberry, red berry and passion fruit) to the public. Well, we found ourselves lucky to be one of the first set of people to try their Strawberry Margarita! As for me, the beverage is very refreshing. I guess it’s also a plus that we had our drinks served in glasses instead of the usual Margarita glasses. I find the drink stronger than the previous margarita I tasted. Maybe that is just how a Margarita should taste like. After all, Mr. Elian is from Texas which is supposedly the place where the drink was invented.
More photos on: http://ladylagalag.com/2014/02/22/comer-en-chihuahua-mexican-grill-margarita-bar/
Steak Nachos,Banana Nutella Quesadilla
Date of Visit: 2014-02-22