A few things are holding the nacho reality back, however. Per our request, the burrito assembly line workers loaded the bottom of the bowl with a bag of tortilla chips instead of rice, then piled on black beans, steak, salsa, sour cream, guacamole, and cheese. They charged us for a steak burrito bowl plus a side of chips and guac, which, in Manhattan, added up to almost $13 (before tax) -- easily way too much for nachos. Additionally, the portion was almost too large to be contained in a to-go bowl, and weren't layered as you'd like nachos to be. Not to mention, seeing how Chipotle only offers cold, shredded cheese, and not the melted kind or the cheese-gun you'd see at Taco Bell, something would need to change on the cheese front.
They were, by all accounts, stupidly delicious. But they could be better.