10 Best Nachos in Los Angeles
Tinga makes and serves new-wave versions of old-school Mexican fare in an amped up Mid-City space that could double as your hipster uncle's rec-room. Within those walls they use the highest quality -- humanely sourced, organic when possible -- ingredients to create visually stunning food. For that, we applaud them. The nachos come in three varieties: the spicy cochinita pibil, moist chicken tinga, and the unexpected flavor bomb that is black bean with goat cheese. Each version is its own unique medley of ingredients. We can't even pick which is the best of the three, because they're all a balance of both the expected traditional and the high stakes contemporary. Therefore the formidable triumvirate takes the win for best nachos in Los Angeles. 142 N. La Brea Ave. Los Angeles; 323-954-9566.
Other nacho-options we like: Red Rock, Hot's Cantina, Tito's Tacos, Barney's Beanery, Boardners, Rincon Taurino and El Carmen.
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142 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA