Villa Pancho Taqueria

21 March 2012 by Rachel Anderson Category: reviews
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Taqueria nachos have a tendency to be messy take out containers that need to be finished with a fork and lots of napkins. At Villa Pancho Taqueria in Bed Stuy, the nachos remained true to taqueria standers but were surprisingly sturdy and the forks remained reserved for Lee’s hamburger burrito (complete with fries wrapped inside).


The chips were freshly prepared and delicious. With all the toppings piled high on these chips, even after sitting for 15 minutes, the chips remained crisp and could hold on to the toppings.

Speaking of toppings, there were a health dose of toppings. Spicy guac and loads of crema completely covered the cheese and chicken so we barely could see what we were eating underneath. Villa Pancho has numerous toppings to chose from: fresh roasted corn, mushrooms and spinach, carne aside, chicken mole, barbacoa, pollo, pollo aside, al pastor, seasoned ground beef, and traditional chicken in chile verde. We elected to go with the chicken mole.  I wasn’t really a fan of the mole; it was pretty bland. It was lacking that sweet and spicy punch I like in moles.

Despite the chicken, the rest of the nachos were quite tasty. I think sometime soon I might go back for some ‘shroom action and see how it holds up. And at a relatively low price of $6.75, I won’t feel too guilty.

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