Let’s just say, this is nacho average blog post. I’ll try not to be too cheesy, but in queso you didn’t know, National Nacho Day is November 6. I’m here to taco all about where you can find the best plate of nachos in Fishers, Indiana. Read on, but be warned: you may get hungry!
Burritos & Beer
14094 Trade Center Drive, Fishers
Find this local restaurant in an unassuming strip mall, but the Yelp reviews show it’s a fan favorite. In fact, it’s made the list of Yelp’s Top 10 Places to Eat in Hamilton County, twice! Burritos & Beer keeps it classic, featuring chips, queso, beans, rice, choice of meat, lettuce, pico de gallo, sour cream, and cheese. Yelpers love adding grilled chicken or chorizo to their plate – and don’t forget the jalapeno ranch.
Yelper Carrie W. wrote, “My husband got the nachos and says they are the best he has ever had and he is a nacho snob!”
Photo by Yelper Nicole S.
Order a regular entrée of nachos at Tijuana Flats on 96th Street and you’ll get chips, queso, and melted cheese, served Tijuana Style with salsa and guacamole. Yelpers like to customize their’s and enjoy the vegetarian black bean nachos, blackened chicken nachos, and “Insane Chicken Nachos.” Inside the restaurant, you can’t miss the hot sauce bar with every spice level you could imagine.
Yelper Joshua G. said, “Coming from the West Coast this is exactly what I was missing, indulgent simple and delicious. I had the nachos and they were perfect! Simple fresh toppings with perfect distribution. Every chip had been perfectly coated.”
Photo by Yelper Kevin S.
Samano’s Mexican Food
8594 E 116th Street, Suite #60, Fishers
Everything is made fresh to order at Samano’s Mexican Food, including the pastor (marinated pork) that’s slow roasted on a vertical spit with pineapple and onion, just like how it’s prepared in Mexico. Order up Adrian’s nachos to try the pastor meat for yourself.
Yelper Alex C. wrote, “The pastor nachos or tacos are AMAZING! The service and food quality is spot on every time. Did I mention, the prices are very reasonable? Must try if you’re looking for a new Mexican spot.”
Photo by Yelper Teresa L.
Pancho’s Taqueria and Mexican Food
9658 Allisonville Road, Fishers
Customers on Yelp usually say something along the lines of “I’ve driven past Pancho’s at 96th and Allisonville, but never stopped in…and I was missing out.” Many reviews comment on the authenticity of the meal you can find at Pancho’s Taqueria and Mexican Food.
Yelper Matt N. wrote, “Their nacho lunch special on Friday is a great deal at $6.99. Huge portions and very authentic food.”
Photo by Yelper Julie N.
Korave Korean BBQ
9713 District N Drive, Suite 1210, Fishers
Hold up: nachos at a Korean barbeque restaurant? You read that correctly. Sure, these aren’t your typical Mexican nachos, since Korave is a Korean fusion restaurant located at the Yard at Fishers District. But if you’re willing to expand your palette (and definition of nachos), this is worth the try. The Mee-chin nachos come with galbi (grilled beef short ribs) meatballs, monterrey-jack, nacho cheese, red onion, green onion, parsley, gochujang (red chili paste), and creamy galbi sauce.
Yelper Danny M. said, “I will Korave those nachos. Mee-chin Nachos is the menu name. More like mee-have double-chin nachos. I loved the nachos. Like really loved. Like moment of silence, clink your boots, scream out loud love.”
Photo by Yelper Nicole S.
Where’s your favorite spot in Fishers to load up on nachos? Did we miss a mouthwatering restaurant? Snap a photo of your fave plates and tag #AroundFishers and #VisitHC and we may share them!
Katie Utken is the Digital Marketing Manager at Hamilton County Tourism and a resident of Hamilton County. Her favorite thing to do in Fishers is walk around Flat Fork Creek Park or Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve, or explore the grounds at Conner Prairie – you can’t miss the sheep and goats at Animal Encounters! Her other hobbies include bike riding, listening to podcasts, and reading. She loves how Fishers is constantly growing and evolving, and to see the Nickel Plate District and Fishers District become community gathering spaces with local restaurants and retailers.
Hamilton County Tourism, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization developed to promote and encourage tourism and development of Hamilton County, Indiana, just north of Indianapolis. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and visit their website to learn more.