Best Boston Restaurants for Mexican Food

I am a huge fan of Mexican food. Anything spicy, really. I just can’t get enough. So, when I go out for spicy, good Mexican food I go to Boston. Some of the Best Boston Restaurants serve Mexican inspired appetizers and entrees in a more casual Boston atmosphere.

I am a huge fan
of Mexican food. Anything spicy, really. I just can’t get enough. So, when I go
out for spicy, good Mexican food I go to Boston. Some of the Best Boston
Restaurants serve Mexican inspired appetizers and entrees in a more casual Boston
atmosphere. I prefer this to the brightly colored walls and mariachi bands of
Acapulco’s Restaurant in Beverly. Boston has something the North Shore just
can’t offer – true Spicy food lovers, the atmosphere.

 

If you are lucky
enough to find a high quality Mexican restaurant, they will also likely have
the best drink options. For example, New Moon in Roxbury, just outside of
Northeastern University’s campus, serves all types of food, but their specialty
is Mexican inspired. Their drinks are also Mexican inspired. Dishes such as
tamales go perfectly with their Latin inspired sangria. And, the dish is
nothing with out the salsas and sauces.

 

Salsas and
sauces are staples in spicy or Mexican foods. I am a huge fan of any type of
Salsa Verde. This is a green salsa made from almost ripened tomatoes and spicy
jalapeño peppers. This salsa goes great on almost any dish. I prefer it on
tacos, in burritos, or my favorite, in tortilla soup. This soup is spicy on its
own. Made with the best flavors of any Mexican restaurant it usually contains
chicken, tortilla strips sour cream and guacamole. As a spicy food enthusiast,
I can tell you that any salsa will go just fabulously with tortilla soup.
However, there is one that stands alone. Salsa con queso, cheesy salsa, goes
fantastic with tortilla soup. I might suggest replacing the sour cream with
salsa con queso and adding a dab of Salsa Verde on top for a little extra kick.

 

The Best Boston Restaurants
for Mexican food will give their diners choices, like the ones I just described
with soup. Some great spicy choices are different peppers to add to a dish and
different sauces. I love jalapeño peppers in almost any dish, but I absolutely
love the ghost peppers in burritos. A ghost pepper is debatably one of the
hottest peppers served in restaurants. One bite of a plain pepper and smoke
will be pouring from your ears. This delicacy is to be used in moderation. The
tiniest amount will go a very long way in any delicious dish, and it will
definitely not go unnoticed. This pepper is also great in sauces. Cooked sauces
bring out the smoky flavors of all the greatest peppers.

 

Many Boston
Restaurants work hard perfecting their own sauce variations. For example, New
Moon combined a sweet cranberry reduction with their spicy salsa and cooked it
down to make a sweet but spicy tamale sauce. This innovative cooking definitely
entices customers. Many restaurants these days are experimenting with new
sauces and spices to kick up some of their old classics. So, if you are in the
mood for spicy, new food Boston will have every taste bud tingling sensation
available. But, don’t forget a thirst quenching drink to save your taste buds
for next time!

 

 

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