I paid $6.29 for an order. These are also available at Hardee's-Red Burrito co-branded locations.
The BBQ Brisket Nachos felt very light compared to Green Burrito's Super Nachos, which have a nice heft to them.
The BBQ sauce was sweet, tangy, and smoky but overpowered the mild cheese sauce, which left only a vague creaminess. Neither sauce is very thick and there wasn't much cheese to go around.
The sour cream was a weird addition that really didn't seem to fit in here.
Overall, Carl's Jr.-Green Burrito's BBQ Brisket Nachos didn't really feel like nachos at all. It was more like BBQ sauce on tortilla chips. It's not a good sign that as I was eating them, I was thinking about all the other nachos I'd rather be eating for the same price, including any of the many Mexican restaurants around L.A., Taco Bell's XXL Nachos, and Green Burrito's own Super Nachos. It's a shame as Wendy's Pulled Pork Cheese Fries took a similar concept and executed it well.
Nutritional Info - Carl's Jr. BBQ Brisket Nachos (348g)
Calories - 1050 (Calories from Fat - 550)
Fat - 61g (Saturated Fat - 17g)
Sodium - 1920mg
Carbs - 98g (Sugar - 31g)
Protein - 29g