N: 7 out of 10.  Brothers scored some originality points by seasoning their tortilla chips with a blend of seasoning that goes beyond salt. Other than the seasoning on the chips, toppings were evenly disbursed and pretty standard fare. One comment about lettuce being used as a topping – save it for the taco salad.

A: 7 out of 10. Nothing that put it over the top but presentation was solid.

C: 9 out of 10. Brothers used shredded cheese instead of queso which we here at Nachodudes find is key to chip stability.

H: 7 out of 10. Chicken was cooked perfectly, peppers added some heat and the seasoned chips brought it all together. Tasted great. I paired it with a Bell’s Amber (a personal favorite) and the combination of the two did not disappoint.

O: 7 out of 10. If you can’t tell from the other comments, this was a solid dish. Combine that with Indiana University holding a special place in the Nachodudes’ hearts and it is easy to score this experience as a good one. If you choose to sample Brothers’ nachos, remember to stay away from the chili version … Chili belongs in a bowl not on nachos.

Brothers, Bloomington, IN