I picked one up for $8.59.
While it's customary to pick whatever toppings you want at Moe's, I stuck with the suggested ingredients in my Sriracha Nacho Stack. I went with chicken for a protein, black beans, and a whole grain soft tortilla. They also smashed a couple of nachos into the mix to add crunch, not by my request. Apparently the Sriracha Nacho menu has been available in some select markets since last year, but only recently has it expanded to the entirety of Moe's locations.
The flavors in the stack did blend together well. I'm personally not familiar with cotija cheese but it didn’t seem to stand out above the other ingredients. The cheesiness came primarily from the queso and shredded Monterey Jack-cheddar blend, which provided a creamy, gooey texture to the whole dish. The most notable sensation, however, was definitely the Sriracha. They didn’t skimp on the sauce and between it and the jalapenos, I had worked up a little sweat by the end of it. The mild, fresh pico de gallo worked nicely to balance against the heat of the Sriracha so it's not unbearable.
Nutritional Info - Moe's Southwest Grill Sriracha Nacho Stack
Calories - 1066 (from Fat - 450)
Fat - 50g (Saturated Fat - 21g)
Sodium - 3121mg
Carbs - 92g (Sugars - 6g)
Protein - 61g
*Nutrition will vary based on chosen ingredients