Thursday, September 6, 2012

Porkhouse Nachos

My Beloved and I enjoyed the Best L'il Porkhouse so much that we couldn't wait to introduce  cousin Jan to its delights. She drove down from Petaluma and we drove over from Richmond and met in the middle.

We ordered several new items, which you will see on succeeding days here, so if you aren't in to barbecue and bacon served in lots of different ways, you have my permission to bug out and come back after the meaty parade is over.

Our first course was barbecue nachos. Corn chips straight out of a bag were topped with cheese sauce (I suspect also industrial in origin), baked beans, pulled pork and bacon bits. Now, you might be thinking, "Heck, those aren't nachos!" and if you are thinking authentic, you'd be quite right.

But they were deep-down killer delicious. We shared the order and were scraping the bottom of the bowl for each little drip and morsel.  The combination was unexpected and seriously, sinfully good.

The Porkhouse has become so popular in the four weeks that it has been open that they are already researching a larger place. They must feel like they are drinking from a fire hose.The wait for our food was long - but we knew that going in. We elected to wait while a few others just gave up and left. If you are short on patience, I'd advise going at 11am or after 1pm. The lunch rush is a frantic time there.

We had no agenda, however, so we happily sat on our high stools waiting for the fun to begin. Those nachos were worth the wait.

2 Comments:

Blogger Greg said...

I like everything about this! The food,photo and wooden appearing bowl.

Thursday, September 06, 2012  
Blogger Zoomie said...

Greg, thanks. We enjoyed it all, too.

Saturday, September 08, 2012  

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