So, how do you make an excellent evening watching the awesome How to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular with the kids, my mom and dad, aunt, sister, and future brother-in-law even better? A tasty plate of nachos for dinner, of course!
Pedro's has been in down town Los Gatos for years and has always served excellent, if a bit overpriced, gourmet Mexican cuisine. I've been going there since I was a kid and have always loved the food, especially their bottomless baskets of warm, thin, crispy chips. Our group happened to end up there after the show at HP Pavilion and although I really had enchiladas on my mind, I knew that I had to try their nachos to see if they measured up to the quality of the rest of their dishes.
I do appreciate "restaurant-style" nachos (one layer of chips with all of the ingredients neatly piled on top). It's easy to get all of the ingredients in each bite, making for a satisfying nacho dining experience. These ones were very good, even though the chicken was grilled and they didn't add any salsa. However, they let them sit for a bit too long so the beans made the chips soggy (why do I always forget to as for no beans?) and the chicken was overpowered by the generous helpings of sour cream, guacamole, and beans.
Rating: 3½ out of 5
Rating Notes: Once again, grilled chicken, with all it's dryness and too many beans making otherwise excellent chips soggy, knocked a significant chunk off of the score.
Side Note: If you're feeling rich and frisky, try a shot of one of their numerous top shelf tequilas. You can spend up to $75 for a shot!
Map to Location: http://mapq.st/X49Ce6