A go to when you could murder some spice Jungle Curry 0 Vote up! Big ole bowl of chilli Kidney beans, YES chocolate, NO 0 Vote up! Something Sichuanese: wontons in red chili oil, or "husband wife lung slices" (tripe with red chili oil). At least I think these are Sichuanese ... 0 Vote up! Lots of stuff. Keema peas; curry; there’s a swede laksa dish in East which blows your head off cos of the amount of kashmiri chilli in it! 0 Vote up! something from Chilli Padi in the Toon we should go there after you move down 0 Vote up! Oh thanks for this tip, merk! Am going to be there a couple of times in april. 0 Vote up! Chicken Madras or a Vindaloo + 3/4 pints of 🐍 , pilau rice, saag aloo and large garlic naan Then maybe another 🐍 0 Vote up! Favourite, but not a frequent - weeping tiger steak cooked on charcoal. 0 Vote up! Lamb vindaloo is a good shout I also enjoy TexMex - so a nice chicken mole with a kick is always welcome. Or a beanless steak chili with jalapenos. In the islands as an expat I enjoyed some scotch bonnet hot sauce on fish...or a scotch bonnet margarita. As I get this side of 40 though, too much spice is not my friend :( 0 Vote up! Chilli Padi is an epic Malaysian place - I had lunch there today as it goes - pretty decent veggie selection too, which is your thing iirc 0 Vote up! OH and also a spicy buffalo chicken wing (with blue cheese sauce to offset) 0 Vote up! Sometimes it’s nice to pair hoppier beers with spicy food. A Whitstable Bay goes quite well, as does Fourpure IPA and sometimes I like to drink pint after pint of macro-brewed chilled lager while ordering the hottest thing on the menu before insulting myself in a taxi horses for courses 0 Vote up! generally my own curry, stir fry, or chilli - with additional chilli sauce from the chilli sauce library 0 Vote up! Drunken noodles 0 Vote up! Four pure make great beer! 0 Vote up! Mr M’s prawn laksa. Makes it all from scratch. 0 Vote up! Mmmm all the chilli x 0 Vote up! Naga lamb chops for me. 0 Vote up! A spicy pho/ramen with extra chilli and garlic oil on it - the really hot stuff from a jar, i think its called Chiu Chow Chilli Oil. I love that stuff. 0 Vote up! I have a jar of extra spicy bits from tonkotsu which sounds similar about to crack that right open 0 Vote up! Vindaloo. We used to get our old local curry place to make a phaal, the off-menu hottest they offered. 0 Vote up! How HAVE they managed to preseve such a bland cheese lifestyle? 0 Vote up! Too many to mention. 0 Vote up! A mutton faal from the Galaxy with many, many cold Manicas in good company. 0 Vote up! that sichuan dish that’s just fry spiced chicken fillet cubes absolutely drowning in chillis and ground peppercorn hot and sour soup malaysian shrimp chilli paste noodles nasi goreng (usually fairly mild tbf) pad prik grapraow or however you spell it curry not especially high on the list, I like mid strength ones like jalfrezi 0 Vote up! dishoom do a fried chicken thing with the most ridiculously spicy v thick sauce that u drip over it it’s srsly delicious. i don’t think i’ve ever enjoyed nething else as spicy as that 0 Vote up! With laz and PP on the Sichuan stuff. There's a place I sometimes go that does a single portion spicy hot pot. They had iPad ordering way before COVID and it was great because you didn't have to talk to the staff (who didn't speak very good English) and just ordered from pictures. Xinjiang chilli cumin lamb skewers. Hmmm, excuse me. 0 Vote up! chilli, only if home made, and I put whatever the fukk I want in it ta, although not generally chocolate 0 Vote up! Yes to the Sichuan chicken and chilli thing and the man and wife offal slices. Also add Water Boiled Beef to the order and some hot and numbing prawns. That's some good shit. 0 Vote up! inner temple hall usually has curry on a wednesday 0 Vote up! To make myself: 1. Mayor Sam Pick's Green Chilli (from a Keith Floyd episode in Texas) 2. Pasta with pesto sauce (I put 4 large cloves in it and they burn like a f*cker!) Dining out: Used to be hot curries but it's now dolsot bibimbap. 0 Vote up! korean cuisine - underr8d 1 Vote up! Anything with the homemade chilli oil I made from last year's Scotch Bonnet crop. Surprised the glass bottle it's in hasn't melted tbh. 0 Vote up! Lamb Saag Madras 0 Vote up! Ashoka mixed pickle 0 Vote up! Dry fried sichuan beef Tom Kha Gai soup Hot wings Spicy burritos Stuffed jalapenos 0 Vote up! hot and sour soup yes, this. 0 Vote up! I don't think vindaloos/phaals are particularly tasty, I prefer to order the curry I would normally order and just ask if they can make it nuclear hot. Tbh I don't eat really spicy stuff that much these days as the missus just can't tolerate any spice, and given my resulting lack of exposure neither can my guts. The days of homemade chilli laced with Dave's Insanity Sauce are a distant memory. 0 Vote up! Agreed there. I used to have green chillies on the side of anything they would go with but wife is lame in that regard and the kids are hopeless so now it's just some hot sauce if I remember. Last time I had something super super spicy it left me emotionally scarred. 0 Vote up! Pad kra pow gai 0 Vote up! I remember well a French friend who was keen to distinguish between spicy and hot, the former being fine and the latter, basically, vulgar. As usual, right. 0 Vote up! Ginger. Not the mild stuff, the calibre that leaves your guts in a field. 0 Vote up! Laz, many years ago on hols in HK you gave me Chilli Fagara and I still go into a daydream now when I (still) get emails from them 😉 0 Vote up! Heh i was just thinking that The french are the mothers in law of the culinary world - bland, undercooked and when in doubt add butter ("did you add spice to this??" *Fans mouth theatrically *) 0 Vote up! I don't understand how the french haven't all died of colon problems either 0 Vote up! Laksa 0 Vote up! Refresh Back to board Join the discussion Login Register 0 Vote up!