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Hey guys! I know Nachos NY has been a little quiet recently and I know I haven’t written in a while. When you write a book, things get real, life gets busy and sometimes you get burnt out a little. On nachos? No. But writing about nachos, yea, sometimes. I apologize for my absence on Nachos NY and hope you can forgive me not only for my silence but also for my first review in months to be about potato chip nachos.
So Swine is a restaurant in the Greenwich Village that specializes in charcuterie. Tucked between the beef tongue pastrami and bone marrow and brisket burger is potato chip nachos. Sounds fun, right? While it was a fun snack with quality ingredients the $10 price tag doesn’t quite justify the small plate of potato chips.
The pork belly was tasty but there wasn’t a lot on there. I kept wishing the jalapeno were coarsely chopped. By leaving such large slices that meant the heat wasn’t spread around. The potion was pretty small, probably about the size of my fist and as I mentioned earlier, potato chips. House made, yes. but quite cheap and easy to make. So instead of dropping the dollars on the nachos treat yourself to the duck rillettes.