Nacho Mama’s in Canton gets a lot of hype for their hubcap margaritas, and they’re definitely something worth experiencing. But on the weekends around dinnertime, wait times can be incredibly long. On a weeknight, my friends and I were craving Mexican food and found ourselves eyeing the popular spot. Fortunately it was 6pm on a Wednesday and there was no wait.
When we sat down, we received a complimentary order of chips in a hubcap with salsa. The chips were nothing special, but the salsa was delicious, it had a nice spiciness to it. The chips were the perfect way to start a meal.
My friend decided to order the Chicken Fajitas. She loves fajitas so the fact that she ordered these wasn’t exactly surprising. The fajitas came with all of your standard items: onions, peppers, cheese, lettuce, rice, beans and tortillas. The fajitas were good, had a lot of flavor. However they were incredibly greasy. As good as they were, my friend wasn’t sure she would order them again.
For my meal, I ordered a BBQ Chicken Quesadilla. Which was massive. The dish was two flour tortillas stacked and stuffed with Shredded BBQ Chicken, onions, peppers, tomatoes, monterey jack & cheddar cheese then baked golden brown & served w/sour cream. This was delicious and easily could have been split between two people. Despite everything that was stuffed into the quesadilla, it wasn’t insanely messy when I went to eat it and the BBQ flavor blended nicely with the cheese.
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