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Spiciest Dish

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by SAll11, Dec 31, 2019.

  1. bull1029

    bull1029 High-Roller

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    We've got a chicken place in my town like Hattie's. They have four levels of spice--The Nancy (no spice), One Cluck, Two Cluck, and the Hot Mother Clucker. I tried the Two Cluck, and while I liked it, great flavor, I paid a price. I will dial down to One Cluck next time.

    In Vegas, I might try and avoid too much spicy food, you know, away from my home base.
     
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  2. Pbtrav

    Pbtrav Mid level gambler.....high level drinker!

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    If any one in the crew goes for a level 10 spice....have the phone ready to take a video! I did level 7 on last trip, and was sweating.
     
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  3. mescalita

    mescalita old and in the way...

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    The “suicide” fries at Naked City Pizza will keep your insides burning for a few hours....
     
  4. beuhner

    beuhner Low-Roller

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    +1 for Lemongrass. I like spicy food and usually keep the spice level mid tier when ordering. So on my trip there I decided on a five..... I was leaking everywhere!
     
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    Bubbleguts, your table is ready!
     
  6. unomas

    unomas Low-Roller

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    I am a spicy food eater, my go to hot sauce is "slap my ass and call my Sally" It's not crazy spicy but it makes my coworker sweat when eating..lol Also, my go to spice is Saint Lucifer, I use it like pepper, basically it's looks like cayenne pepper just tastier and hotter in my opinion.

    Having said that while at Le Thai I asked about their spice level and if memory serves right they said between 1 - 5, 5 being the hottest, I opted for 4 and while I ate it, it was too much for me. So, at least while at Le thai I order a spice level of 3 and love it!
     
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    You won't find many places that offer really spicy food because the ultra low flow toilets mandated by government have issues. :goofy::goofy:
     
  8. bull1029

    bull1029 High-Roller

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    Back about ten years ago, I ran into a spicy dish at 4Q. Can't recall her name....but maybe this is for another thread.
     
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