Top 5 Places to Get Nachos in Brampton
Nachos are always the one appetizer on the menu that makes the most sense. Not only are they easy to share (you don't have to worry about dividing it in a technical manner), they also just taste great. Whether you need something to accompany the beers you're having or you're just straight up hungry, here are a few places to keep on your radar for nachos:
This new up and coming sports bar knows how to deliver on nachos. Once you drive through the labyrinth of plazas on Airport and Queen you'll find Onyxx, which just opened up within the last year and is quickly making a name for itself. What I enjoyed about their nachos specifically was that they were perfectly typical (and perfectly great). Chopped tomatoes, peppers, olives, jalapenos; it was the works and it was well made. Not all restaurants can deliver on the fine tuning of nachos, but by the look and taste of it, they put in their work. They also get extra points for not only having melted shredded cheese, but also had some queso on top—extra cheesy and that's never a bad thing.
If you're at Keenan's and you don't really know what to order to accompany your drinks, just consider their spot on this list. You're going to get the nachos and all of you are going to love them. You're welcome. Located at Queen and Major William Sharpe, Keenan's delivers on a quality nacho eating experience that is accompanied by a super meaty serving and a necessary need for extra napkins. It comes with all the fixings that you might need and don't neglect your cutlery because you're definitely going to need it to scoop up those remaining toppings. And I promise that you won't want to leave anything behind.
This cute little spot found right on Queen and Chapel Street is sure to leave you wanting to come back for more of everything, but mainly those amazing nachos. The smile that I left Track's with was due mostly in part to the bomb chili that comes as a side to their nachos. It was a nice personable touch that really separated it from its other nacho competitors, since not many places include a side of chili and it definitely worked to their advantage. Whether you want to order your nachos with a group of friends and watch the live band or with a date beside the fireplace, you cannot go wrong with choosing Tracks for your next nacho going experience.
You know when you get a plate of nachos to split between a couple of friends and there's a short supply of good nachos? You know the ones that have cheese and something else attached to them? If you opt for the Frigate the next time you go out with some friends, fear not a lack of loaded nachos. These nachos will definitely leave you unbuttoning that top button of your pants and swearing you won't eat for the rest of the night. The server recommended the nachos be accompanied by their spicy beef and I am beyond glad I took her up on that offer. Their spicy beef option added an extra dimension to the nachos and took it to the next level, landing them as the number two spot on this list. You can find The Frigate on Queen between the 410 and Rutherford and I recommend taking the time to check them out.
If you haven't already checked out Wendel Clark's, I would like to know what you're waiting for. When you do go, please don't forget to order their nachos to start. You can find Wendel Clark's tucked away on Main just off of Queen, smack in the middle of downtown Brampton. I found their nachos the most enjoyable for many reasons. When I had verbally stated that I could not continue to eat the nachos because of how full I had become, I still found myself picking away because not a single bite felt like it was without a copious amount of flavor. It would be a total waste to not continuously indulge. Another reason Wendel Clark's is claiming the number one spot here is the fact that there wasn't a lack or overload of toppings; it was the perfect amount. What really sold me on this place was that you don't even need to worry about adding a protein to your nachos to make them amazing, in fact the server even told us it wasn't all that necessary since the nachos taste amazing with or without and boy, was she spot on.
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