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Old 02-24-2011, 04:35 PM   #26
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As an omnivore myself, I never personally thought about it nor ever cared.

I would think it's safe to assume that it is most likely a cheese substitute (yuck now that I think about it) as the premise behind the restaurant is to cater to the hipster-nouveau proletariat of the area.
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My favourite used to be the Sammy J Pepper's Nachos with their blackened chicken on top.

I don't know why, but they took it off the Menu, but apparently you could still ask for it.
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As an omnivore myself, I never personally thought about it nor ever cared.

I would think it's safe to assume that it is most likely a cheese substitute (yuck now that I think about it) as the premise behind the restaurant is to cater to the hipster-nouveau proletariat of the area.
im pretty sure its real cheese because afaik its not a vegan restaurant. they serve sour cream with the nachos as well iirc
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+1 for foggy dew's nachos...go early watch a nucks game and eat some nachos and drink beer with some buds

and i had some killer nachos once at this place called "the kings head pub" near kits beach
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i have yet to see sour cream that's not from a box and usually the salsa is store bought in a jar type.

it's usually mexican restaurant where u get fresh salsa.
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Old 03-01-2011, 02:34 PM   #31
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Steamworks at Waterfront in gastown has some pretty good nachos!
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Steamworks at Waterfront in gastown has some pretty good nachos!
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The nachos at sharks club are pretty good. Nice big portions and good fixin's. COuld use better guac though...
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Grouse Mountain <-- had it after finishing the grouse grind so im sure anythign wouldve been good? but the nachos were fucking x 99999 huge.
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Nachos at Wings BBY
it wasnt the best, if it had more cheese and beef maybe it would've been better
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