$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Mexi Grill

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Customer Reviews

86 Ratings


Patricia A. ·
· Redeemed May 5, 2017
Lovely counter service, delicious, fresh food. Not a very inviting env


Robert L. · 2 reviews
· Redeemed April 30, 2017
Mexi Grill has great food, honoured a Groupon that had just expired, and has great service.
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Glad you enjoyed your experience and thank you for the feedback! It would mean a lot to us if you could write a review for us on Yelp as it helps us out a lot as a new business! Thank you!
Merchant replied · May 9, 2017


Monique T. ·
· Redeemed April 10, 2017
Awesome service. I am vegetarian and can eat both the rice and beans, which usually contains animal flavoring at other restaurants. Good prices.

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The Deal

  • $10 for $20 worth of Mexican food

Chili Peppers: The Globalization of Flavor

Today’s culinary landscape is incredibly diverse, but many of the dishes we’ve come to love are linked by one bold flavor: chili peppers. Before biting into a spicy dish, grab a glass of milk and check out Groupon’s guide.

Although today chili peppers add palatable heat to everything from Thai stir-fries to Indian vindaloos, the fiery fruits first found their place in the culinary canon in South America. Since roughly 7500 BC, humans have been mixing wild varieties into their food, beginning controlled cultivation a few millennia later. It was Columbus himself who named them “red peppers,” for he believed they were related to black peppercorn, just as he believed he had landed in India on the back of a unicorn. On his return to Europe, he brought the plants with him, completing the first step in a worldwide gastronomic revolution.

When most people think chilies, they think fire. That heat, which piques the mouth’s pain receptors instead of the taste buds, comes from capsaicin, a powerful alkaloid that forms in glands in the peppers’ inner membranes. But not all chilies sear the palate. The term properly refers to all members of the genus Capsicum, which includes fruits at every point along the Scoville scale, the index used to measure perceived heat. Bell peppers have 0 Scoville heat units, whereas Trinidad Scorpions, whereas Carolina Reapers, for the moment the hottest peppers on the planet, have a mean heat of more than 2.2 million Scoville heat units—more than 24 times the average habanero. Australian Geographic reported in 2011 that its developers had to wear chemical masks and full protective gear when simmering the Butch T variety into hot sauce. In the mouth, the heat can be chased away with a simple drink of milk or the head of a chocolate bunny—since capsaicin is an oily compound, water doesn’t do much to wash it away, but the oils found in dairy products can help.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Offer not valid for any special offers or sales (such as Super Burrito grand opening sale). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Mexi Grill

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