This is "not-cho" mamma's Mexican Food. Don't bother.. We love Mexican food. We're still laughing about how bad it was a year after going. Don't bother. It's nasty.
Nauseous Mamas. This eating establishment needs a facelift, a new cook and better service. My daughter ordered a burger and expelled her first bite. My son's ribs tasted like dog food and looked even worse. My chicken fajitas were barely edible. My wife's soup tasted like body waste and looked all wrong. Her main course - a vegetarian dish - was tolerable. The bartender makes a terrible margarita. This place should be avoided like the plague, that I am suffering from now as I write this from eating there. If it we didn't make ourselves clear, stay away. The only positive, is that they have a pool table up in the front part of the establishment. The kids loved that.
Great food for a great price. I was very happy with my dinning experience. The food was good and so was the service. I would recomend this place to anyone who is looking for a good meal at a great value.
Too bad.... Had high hopes for this place. Wanted a casual place to take friends to. While the service was friendly, it was slow. The food was mediocre. I ordered the Shrimp Enchiladas - there were 4 shrimp in two enchiladas. We got our bill only when we flagged down the waitress. We'll find another Meican place in Park City next time
The local's choice for affordable, southwestern cuisine..
Hidden out in the Prospector Square part of Park City, Nacho Mama's has long been a local's choice. The southwestern cuisine is affordable, the service is fine, and, apart from peak periods during the ski season, you can almost always find a table.
Nacho Mama's serves a variety of burritos, tacos, and enchiladas, including some vegetarian varieties. The veggie burrito ss a good-sized meal for a good price. The so-called salad served with most Nacho Mama's dishes has always been the butt of jokes: it's little more than shredded lettuce with a wedge of tomato. Better to mix that stuff up with the burrito, top it all off with chili verde sauce, and dig in. In 1996, Nacho Mama's expanded into the vacant shop next door, creating a sort of club-restaurant combination. The Hop'n Jalapeno offers the usual food and drink, but adds a little more laid-back atmosphere with pool and foosball tables.
Dull mexican. Nacho Mama's is dull, americanized mexican. Too many other mexican choices in Park City with better, more authentic mexican.
Sage in the Rice Mecca. Why anyone would put sage in the rice to absolutely kill any hope of flavor is beyond me. It was enough to make whoever dines there gag.
Nacho ordinary restaurant.
If youre looking to get stuffed, and really want to avoid Main Street prices for food, try hitting this Tex-Mex restaurant. Prices range from the $6 range for single items, up to $13-15 for some steak platters or a combination enchilada-taco platter (with seafood ingredients).
One can easily fill up on their house-made chunky salsa, which has a good kick (medium spicy, for my taste). $4 will get you a large slice of Mud Pie, which you can easily share between 2 people.
I was in the mood for seafood, so I ordered a 3-item plate: Fish taco (with halibut), Chicken taco, and shrimp enchilada; all for $15. This huge platter also included black beans and a side-salad. The salad itself was just the shredded-lettuce with a little dressing; but coming here for a salad is like going to Log Haven for a corn dog. Great food overall!
A good value in Park City. Prices in Park City tend to be too high, especially on Main Street. You usually end up paying too much for a so-so meal. Not at Nacho Mama's! Dinner entrees range from $7.95 to $13.93 (chipotle ribs). Their specialties are the enchiladas (go for those wrapped in the blue corn tortillas) and beef dishes rubbed with chipotle sauce (ribs, steak). All dishes come with a side of rice, black beans (served in a cute tortilla), and a small salad (strips of lettuce, sliced tomatoes, dressing). Dessert was reasonable, too- for $4 we got a delicious mud pie. These prices are outstanding considering the Park City restaurant scene.
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