Nacho Bizness is one of those cult-type places that I just don't get, but I hadn't been there for awhile so I thought I'd try again. He's moved from the bowels of Andrews Ave to the middle of a parking lot in front of Citibank Downtown, so it's a lot more convenient. But you will have to pay to park.
I'm not crazy about any of the standard recipes, but they had no specials, so I ordered the Jerk Chicken (The Marley) and the Skirt Steak (The Rodeo) tacos, to go. It takes about 10 minutes to make them.
The tacos are smallish; these 2 came to $7. which is about what you'd pay in a restaurant for tacos.
These look like they should be bursting with flavor, but they're just not that tasty. 2 years later, I got exactly the same impression I did before; there's just no pop in these. I tasted a piece of jerk chicken; it had a mild jerk taste, not too spicy. But all of the slaw overpowered rather than complemented the meat, and there wasn't that much meat.
The Rodeo is skirt steak with a corn and black bean salsa, but the meat wasn't seasoned enough and the whole thing was just bland.
I'm not sure where the people who rave about this place usually eat, but I honestly don't think the tacos are anything special. Add to that the fact that they're small, and 2 tacos leaves you thinking about getting a sandwich, I can't recommend Nacho Bizness. Although it is better than Hot Tomatos.