Dinner Menu

Fresh ingredients, great mexican recipes and our focus on making you feel like family are just part of what will make our restaurant a Las Vegas Favorite. Come enjoy the Best Mexican Food in town!
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Best Mexican Food in Town

Great Food, Family & Fun! We will enjoy bringing you all your mexican favorites with an Eddie's Twist & hope you will help us create a new Tradition in the decades to come. Come enjoy the authentic & creative Mexican Food you crave.

Lunch Menu

Lunch is served daily from 11:00 AM – 3PM. Come in and enjoy a large variety of fresh & delicious authentic Mexican dishes that will make your mouth water. Dine in or Take out, you can't go wrong!
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What Kills a Burning Mouth After Eating Spicy Food? Milk, Beer, Greasy or Starchy Foods, Honey & More

One of the beauties of eating delicious Mexican food is the mixture of spices that you are sure to taste in each and every bite. However, if you aren’t used to having a lot of spice in your food, it can be a shock when your mouth starts to get hotter and hotter with each bite. There are a few tips and tricks that can help you ease the spice that you feel when eating spicy food though. Eddie’s Mexican Restaurant is here to share our best tips for cooling off your mouth during a spicy meal.

Don’t Grab Your Water

Grabbing your water for a quick drink might be your first reaction when your mouth feels like it is on fire. However, this is not the thing to do. The water will actually make it feel worse. Capsaicin is the chemical found in spicy food that gives it that spice and is not soluble in water. When you drink water, it will do nothing to help your problem.

Drink Milk Instead

On the other hand, you should reach for a glass of milk. Milk contains a protein called casein that works to break down the capsaicin. If you allow the milk to sit on your tongue for a minute before swallowing, this is one of the best ways to get the relief that you’re looking for.

Have a Beer

Sometimes, you don’t have a drink of milk sitting beside you at your favorite restaurant. When that’s the case, the next best thing is a tall glass of beer. You will find that when you fill your mouth with one of the delicious beers that are available at Mexican restaurants, the alcohol simply washes away the pain of the spicy food.

Greasy Food Can Help

Just like beer, capsaicin is soluble in oil. This makes greasy food a great option for a super spicy dish. There are plenty of delicious Mexican dishes that offer fried food that can help take the edge off that spicy feeling on your tongue.

Try Eating Some Starchy Food

Another way to get rid of too much spice in your mouth is starchy food. This would include food like rice, tortilla chips and bread. While they don’t wipe away the spice like some drinks will, the starchy foods act as a sponge and soak it all up. Some people say that some sugar can even help get rid of the spice if you have a spoonful to mix in some water. Or even a spoonful of honey on your tongue can help.

Authentic Mexican Cuisine in Las Vegas, Nevada (Just Minutes from Summerlin, North LV, Paradise, Lone Mountain & Henderson, NV)

If you’re looking for delicious Mexican food full of spice, Eddie’s Mexican Restaurant has several dishes that are sure to give you the taste you’re looking for. We have dishes that are mild, medium and hot so that everyone can find something that they like. Come in today!

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