I know we're going off the beaten path, as I typically use this forum to talk about UK nachos, but in this case, I believe an exception is warranted.
Returning from the Jihlava Documentary Film Festival a week or so ago, I found myself famished an in the Prague Airport at 8:00AM. As I wandered through the airport looking for something to sustain myself, I was growing ever more despairing as I saw what was on offer.
What was even more suprising was the food they had on offer - burritos, tacos, quesadillas, nachos (of course), but most amazing - THEY HAD BREAKFAST TACOS. I had a tough choice picking between the breakfast taco and burrito, but wound up going with the burrito in the end, since the last breakfast tacos I had in a restaurant was back in Texas and I didn't want to soil that memory.
Overall the burrito was ok, but, as the title says, this isn't a burrito review, it's a nacho review. And, as you can see there in the picture, that is the Czech idea of nachos. It's the same on their menu. No beans, no cheese, no lettuce, no guacamole, no sour cream.....just chips and salsa is nachos to the minds behind Rancheros. I'm thinking maybe it's some leftover from their years under Soviet occupation. NACHOS ARE ABOUT FREEDOM!!! THE FREEDOM TO CHOOSE!!!
That being said - I'll have to give them a thumbs up for their attempt. Chips were fairly good and the salsa was pretty damn hot. Good thing the beer over there is so cheap (yes, I had a beet at 9am. No, don't judge me - it's cultural over there.)
So if you're ever in the mind for some Eastern European influenced nachos, you could do a whole lot worse than Rancheros.