Diablo Royale Este
We recently wrote up El Camion, a lovely new Mexican spot on Ave A. As we said mentioned in that post, we were on the way to Diablo Royale Este, but made a wrong turn. We wouldn’t make that same mistake just a few days later. So I returned, making a new friend Alexis who was intrigued by the idea of a nacho reviewing.
The decor was as Wined & Dined described a “dark, nicely-appointed Tarantino-esque Mexican saloon interior.” When the waitress came over, she swayed us toward the bean-ed version of the nachos. Though the light was super low, Alexis, snapped a shot:
2 nachos with Cotija in a row, I must be a lucky duck! With black beans, a cheese blend, pico de gallo, crema and jalapenos, we were in for a well-endowed nacho platter. The chips were thick, crisp and not too salty, and the waitress was right about the beans, they were good. All of the flavors came together to make a slightly spicy nacho that made the two of us house the platter.
The only thing that put a little damper on the chos was that at the end, the combination of the beans and the pico lead to the nachos seeing signs of sogginess.
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