Please note that Nachos requires a deposit for group bookings of 8 or more people. Please bear this in mind when making your reservation.
Nachos stands proud as the first South American restaurant in south Glasgow, a temple to the taste of that long continent from Mexico to Argentina. It’s also a popular Langside bar and cafe, with an in-house coffee roastery and a great range of cocktails on offer, perfect alongside Nachos’ numerous tapas-style dishes. As something of a flagship for Latin flavours in this corner of the city, locals from Shawlands and Newlands, Mount Florida and Cathcart flock to Nachos’ Skirving Street premises for a vibrant dining experience – it’s always advisable to book ahead to secure your spot.
Venue had great Mexican artwork, theme music authentic, waiter miserable until the end, Food- I had tacos were were stale and very oily. Not fresh at all! But my friends food looked amazing and they really enjoyed it. My experience was average.
Another trip to Nachos and another delicious dinner. I would highly recommend the sharing platter for two for your starter. The ribs are amazing! You won't be disappointed.
The food was great and the drinks were nice too, however a tad uncomfortable with getting our photo's take every two minutes to put up on there Facebook page. A little evasive when you are trying to have a nice relaxing evening. But I cant complain about the food, it was lovely, I would go back only if we were actually left to enjoy our meal without the pressure of photographs being taken.
As one of the first Mexican and South American restaurants in Glasgow, you can count on Nachos having an unbeatable menu of Latin classics. The best of the bunch are the chef’s special dishes, providing diners at this Langside restaurant with a survey of South American culinary culture. A simple chilli con carne (a vegetarian option is also available) is always going to be popular, and here it’s got a kick that confirms the famous dish’s classic status. The delicious pollo rellenos al tequila marinates chicken breast in a homemade Mexican spice blend and comes served with a tequila-cream sauce, while the mole poblano is made according to a regional Puela recipe and demonstrates the traditional use of chocolate in a savoury context.
If you’re a Glasgow diner with a penchant for spice and seafood in one place then we recommend you try Nachos’ mixed seafood moqueca, a kind of Brazilian chowder cooked with a rich sauce consisting of tomato, peppers and coconut milk. Elsewhere on the menu you’ll find a Mexican kitchen selection featuring all the old favourites from fajitas to quesadillas with chimichangas, enchiladas and burritos in between, plus Mexican-style pasta and pizza. Of course, you’re invited to get your South American bites at the extreme heat level if you’re feeling brave! Find Nachos down Skirving Street in Langside, not far from the intersection of Pollokshaws and Kilmarnock Road.