The Fajita Nachos were $9.50 and we both ordered the steak variety. When they arrived, I was quite impressed with the beautiful presentation of the nachos on the round plate. They were around the edges, pointing outward kind of like the rays of the sun.
In addition to the cheese, the nachos came with green and red peppers, red and yellow onions. There were no tomatoes included.
There was quite a large amount of onions, which made the taste a little sweeter than normal. Katherine remarked that it was maybe a little too thick with onions. However, I liked the additional sweetness and would definitely come here again for their Fajita Nachos.