Taco Bell’s new Steakhouse Nachos feature a large tray of nachos topped with a double portion of marinated steak, cool reduced-fat sour cream, premium guacamole, freshly-prepared Pico de Gallo, new Queso sauce, warm cheese and refried beans.
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The new limited time offering comes in three versions: Steakhouse Nachos – Steak ($5.99), Steakhouse Nachos – Chicken ($5.79) and Steakhouse Nachos – Beef ($4.99). Prices will vary by location.
This review features the steak version of the dish with all the advertised toppings. The enormous tray of sharable nachos tipped the scale at about three pounds – at the equally hefty price of $6.29.
For the most part, the Steakhouse Nachos hit all the right marks with a unique flavor profile brought to the party by the new zesty queso. The pico de gallo stands out as the star topping, while the marinated steak is tender and well-seasoned – offering a nice contrast to the crisp chips. There’s also a decent amount of cheese, but after you get through the first layer, you’re pretty much left with a tray of plain chips. But that’s pretty much standard with any tray of nachos.
For more insight into Taco Bell’s new Steakhouse Nachos, check out Nicholas Whitfield’s full review below, and take a moment to visit his YouTube channel Whitfield’s Food Revue, where’ you’ll find even more great food reviews.
Nutritional Information – Steakhouse Nachos (Steak)
- Calories: 1130 (From fat – 500)
- Fat- 56g
- Sodium: 2210mg
- Sugar: 8g (Carbs – 116g)
- Protein: 40g
Images – Taco Bell / Whitfield’s Food Revue