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Via 134 Bistro-Bar, Saint-Louis-De-Kent, N.B.

In the summer of 2018, after biking 26km of the Kouchibouguac National Park, we were hungry for supper! Knowing that this part of the province is known for seafood and poutine and maybe even pizza, I set out to have some fried clams or poutine. Lo and behold, there were nachos on the menu. This restaurant is located in Saint-Louis-De-Kent; a few kilometres from Kouchibouguac National Park.

Kouchibouguac Beef Nachos - July 2018

Distribution of Toppings

Once I took off the top layer, there were only chips. There was barely any cheese and instead of beef, they put bacon on them, and very little bacon at that. There was a little bit of veggies on them, but nothing impressive.


I never agreed with restaurants putting the dip on the nachos because there is the possibility that the person eating the nachos does not like the dip and you have ruined the nachos for them. This time it was sour cream, and I enjoyed it; however, there was only a little bit of sour cream. In addition, generally when the dip is already on the chips, it often results in soggy chips. In this case, there was no chance for soggy chips nor was there even a chance to enjoy the sour cream because there was so little. Furthermore, there was no sour cream or salsa on the side. The chips were kettle chips and I do not remember if they were even good.


They were cheap but the quality was also cheap.


These were shared and I think that even if I had them on my own, I would have ordered something else.


This was probably the only restaurant that served nachos in the Kouchibouguac area in the summer of 2018. If you are in Kouchibouguac, Saint-Louis-De-Kent, Richibucto, etc. please have pizza, seafood, and poutine to fuel your long bike rides and hikes in the beautiful park! The park is so underrated. The nachos? You should pass on these ones.

Nacho Blog Rating: F