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Moxie’s Classic Grill

NachoJoe rates Moxie's Classic Grill 7/10

NachoJoe rates Moxie's Classic Grill 7/10

Today my Sidekicks, Mama R, Brosa and I decided to set out for Nacho Greatness. We decided to go over to Moxie’s Classic Grill at 120 Stewart Green SW for some “double cheese Nachos” That’s what the menu said and that is what we got! Here is the full review!

Nachos.

They were the tri-colored variety. The colors were usually what you would find, red, yellow, and green chips. These Chips were thick enough to withstand the toppings that were on the Nachos. It was rare that you would find a soggy Nacho in the bunch. Almost every Nacho was nice and crispy.

Toppings

These were your general toppings that you would find on Nachos. Cheese, Green Onions, tomatoes, and Jalapenos. I was disappointed at the lack of olives on the Nachos but I quickly got over it. The blend of Cheeses on these Nachos included Cheddar and Mozzarella. However, the cheese didn’t really have much of a taste to it. These Nachos were really nothing special. They felt like Nachos you would make at home. This isn’t a bad thing but it wasn’t a good thing either. If you are looking for Nachos that have a home baked feel then these are for you. Every Nacho had some sort of topping on it so that was a plus!m I just feel like they could have been more!

$Price$

At $16.99 these Nachos are a little pricey for what you get. You can also add Guacamole for an extra $2 These Nachos could have had a little more on them and also maybe another type of cheese blended in with the Mozzarella and Cheddar. Then the flavours would have been heightened a bit more.

Presentation

I thought one of the Nachos strong points here was the presentation. They did look quite nice! Here is a picture!

They look so good! (Ignore the platter in the back... we had other stuff too!)

They look so Cheesy!

Summary

As Cheesy as these Nachos were they were a little bland. I didn’t find anything special about them and at $16.99 they are a little pricey. I did like the amount of cheese that was on the Nachos and at least the chips themselves were crunchy and not soggy. For a good homemade tasting plate of Nachos at a family restaurant these Nachos pass the test. I give them a 7/10. Not the best but if you are looking to take your family out for Nachos, these are pretty good! Just make sure you got some cash on you!

For a Menu and other stuff about Moxie’s check here!

http://www.moxies.ca/

Until the next journey…

Nacho Joe 😛

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