When we were on our segway tour of downtown Las Vegas we spotted a restaurant called Nacho Daddy. Just round the corner from the Binions Hotel and Casino, it’s handily located just off Freemont Street. My husband and I are big fans of Mexican food, so we thought this would be a good place to stop for a bite to eat.
When we arrived, it was fairly quiet and we were offered a table straight away. Often there is a wait and they will text you when your table is ready for you. There are some seats at the bar, as well as a few tables outside. You can enjoy one of their legendary cocktails whilst you wait.
The menu is full of the usual suspects when you come to a Mexican restaurant and it all sounds mouth-watering. First of all, we ordered some cocktails, which came in large, cold glasses. This was very welcome after a morning in the hot sunshine on a segway. I had a White Peach Margarita – it was delicious!
When it came to food, we did struggle to decide and knowing it was Las Vegas we thought it would be better to air on the side of caution and order less, knowing the portions would be larger than a UK Mexican restaurant. We ordered some nachos to share and some boneless wings.
The wings were deep fried buttermilk chicken breast pieces, which had been tossed in buffalo sauce. They were served with blue cheese dressing. Heavenly! I could have eaten a bucket of them. Although I’m sure my waistline wouldn’t agree!
The nachos were equally as delicious. We ordered the pulled pork nachos, which was made of a mountain on tortillas covered with BBQ sauce across pulled pork, topped with white queso cheese, fried onion strings & cilantro.
The food was really delicious and we were well looked after by our server, so our visit to Nacho Daddy was really good. I would highly recommend heading there if you are looking for good quality Mexican in Las Vegas. Food and drinks are quite expensive. It cost us about £65 for the food and cocktails. But that’s Las Vegas for you. It’s really good quality comfort food and well worth the price.
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