El Poquito

The Nachojawn family headed out to Chestnut Hill to have some birthday nachos with El Pop Pop. I had heard good things about El Poquito, and was happy to suggest it as a halfway point between Casa de Nachojawn and the ‘burbs.

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The avocado shortage has hit, and $14 is a little steep for guac, but we got a big bowl that came with some freshly fried chips.

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Little Miss Nachojawn might have been overserved. The margaritas were pretty good. I had a spicy ‘rita and a blood orange. That’s a really big patio in the back of the picture that would be nice in warmer weather.

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These are the nachos with ground beef. The fresh chips had black beans, poblano, scallion, crema, and arbol salsa. Not advertised were the copious amounts of jalapeño peppers. Nachojawn is a fan of heat, but be aware that you’re going to get it.

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Overall, a successful birthday dinner for El Pop Pop, with some pretty good nachos.

3.97/5 pickled jalapeños – eat these for a feliz cumpleaños

Ground Beef Nachos – $16

El Poquito
8201 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, PA

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