The Best Nachos in Toronto
The best nachos in Toronto are the ultimate bar food. They're perfect for sharing over beer with friends, and these piles of deliciousness stand out thanks to the harmonious union of chips, cheese and veg in each and every bite.
These are the best nachos in Toronto.
There are nine varieties of nachos to choose from at this College Street bar, but the King’s Crown is its most famous dish. The overloaded tray features a mountain of chips smothered in melted cheese, salsa roja, frijoles, ground beef, fresh veggies, jalapeños and dollops of guacamole and sour cream. More »
The massive sports bar near the ACC excels at beer-friendly bar food. Not only does it do classic nachos, but the kitchen also offers a range of creative mashups like Pizza-chos, Chili-chos and Buffalo-chos. More »
The sky high pile of tortilla chips, chorizo and Oaxaca and mozza cheese are a house favourite at this Playa Cabana restaurant in the Junction. Pickled cabbage, radish and green onion add a little freshness to the dish, while guac', crema and hot sauce finish it off. More »
Nachos smothered in liquid queso (sound fancier than cheese sauce right?), sour cream, shredd-uce, pickled onions and jalapenos go the perfectly with plates of fried chicken, oysters and cocktails at this West Queen West snack bar. More »
The One Layer Nachos from this Riverside public house ensures an even distribution of toppings on its hand-cut tortillas blanketed in five cheeses, jalapeño cheese sauce, olives and hot peppers. Crema, pico de gallo and salsa verde come on the side. You can add pulled pork or bison-chorizo chili if you're willing to spend a bit more. More »
This Bloor West Village bar claims to serve “The Best Damn Nachos." Here the plate is piled high with tri-coloured chips then loaded to the max with diced tomatoes, jalapeños, melted mozza and cheddar. Guac, salsa and sour cream are included on the side, while add ons include blackened chicken, pulled pork and spiced beef. More »
This public house on The Esplanade melts Monterey Jack and cheddar over corn tortillas then dresses the dish up with jalapeños, diced tomato and scallions. You can add pulled pork, chicken, bacon and guac' for a fee, while alternate variations include the nachomari (built on a bed of crispy calamari). More »
Veggie nachos are the standard on the menu at this popular Little Italy cafe and grill. Tortilla chips layered with veggie chili, a cheddar-Monterey Jack cheese blend, salsa and hot peppers are the foundation. Meat-eaters can always beef it up with chicken and/or steak. More »