Following the end of the Taney Ocelot season in the AAA quarterfinals, the Nachojawn family hit the suburbs to celebrate a 10-3 season. Want some highlights? If you insist.
But you came here for the nachos. Our destination this evening was Plaza Azteca in Plymouth Meeting. It’s a really big restaurant, and was pretty crowded early on a Sunday.
Nachojawn protocol requires rewarding myself for a great season coaching first base, so Mrs. Nachojawn and I got watermelon jalapeño margaritas.
Not bad! Real watermelon and jalapeño too.
Plaza Azteca has several nacho options, but when you advertise the OMG NACHOS, you don’t need to look any father.
A mix of chicken, chorizo and applewood bacon, topped with refried beans, pico de
gallo, sour cream, guacamole and pickled jalapeños.
In an unexpected twist, Plaza Azteca went the individual nacho route, and it didn’t pay off. The chips were overwhelmed with the toppings, almost to the extent that I needed to go fork and knife to handle it.
They were relatively tasty, but the presentation and difficulty in eating really costs them. Big ups for the tableside guacamole preparation though.
2.85/5 pickled jalapeños – Eat these celebrating making it through another great youth sport season
351 Plymouth Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA