These are less nachos than they are a vehicle for the pulled pork that constitutes a majority of the topping. We closed out our week long trip to Arizona with a dinner at the Spotted Donkey and their Donkey Nachos.
Not your traditional presentation, you cant really even see the chips under there, and the ones that are there are whole tortillas. The double spoon technique worked well to scoop up the pulled pork, serrano chile roasted tomatoes, tomatillos, cheeses queso fresco, black beans, and mexican créma.
Not your everyday nacho, but the pork was tender and everything worked well together. Eating them with a couple Herradura margaritas was a great end to the trip, and closes this chapter of Arizona nacho reviews.
4.35/5 pickled jalapenos – eat these for a different take on nachos and aren’t in the mood for a chip-heavy version
Donkey Nachos – $12
34631 N Tom Darlington Dr.
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Sad to see the Arizona nacho reviews have come to an end.
There’s always 2016.