We visited The Foundation strictly for their famous Nachos that recently received rave reviews in a local paper. Well, I wouldn't exactly rave about them. In fact, I won't even go back for them a second time. Not that they were bad, just not that spectacular, nothing to write home about.
The serving size for two peple was decent enough, as was the price. The problem was the fact that they were overcooked and consequently very dry. There was hardly any cheese, therefore they were not ooey-gooey as Nachos should be. There were no jalapenos that we could find yet they were spicey just the same. We figured out that they most likely used a liquid spice, adding it during the building process. The plate was smothered in black beans, which is not necessarily a bad thing but they were probably there to disguise the fact of very little cheese...beans are a cheaper fill. The worst part of the dish was the freezing cold salsa. It would have been great salsa, loaded with corn, but it was so cold you could hardly touch the little metal dish it was served in. There was an extra charge for the guacamole so we declined.
The dried up chips and cold salsa coupled with the fact that the restaurant itself was absolutely freezing (we ate with coats and scarves on) did not make for an enjoyable experience.
So, if you go, wear something extra warm and ask them to heat up the salsa. That's if you can ever get ahold of a server.
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