chilli sauce or fresh chilli? u like hot food?
November 13, 2009 4:50am CST
hi, do u like hot food? i can eat very hot food, i love fresh cut chilli as well as chilli sauce! have u tried chillie crabs in Singaopre or KL? so yummy, cannot wait to go back there. i went to China a yr ago, tried the chilli hot-pot , it looked very scary, cos instead of they serve a pot of soup, they served u 60% chilli oil in the hot-pot! it wasnt too impressive, so i just ate a little! when i first started to eat chilli, my face would go red, it takes few yrs to become a real "chilli" eater. do u eat hot food? how hot u can eat?
13 Nov 09
Me too, i love chilli and hot spice. I love the side chilli they give you together with chinese chicken rice. I am from singapore and i have tried chilli crab. OMG it is damn good.I started eating chillis since i was a kid and i got really used to it.I a true fan of chilli like you :)
13 Nov 09
Try "Ajisen Ramen", it is a japanese-related soups and noodles. And if you're looking for spicy noodles i could only tell you its abundant in many food courts here and many shops often change their names here,so its hard to tell... A receptionist at a mall can help you out with dining
12 Feb 10
Hi debbie2009, I hail from S'pore =) Like you, I'm into spicy stuff. The spiciest of the fresh cut chilli is call "chilli padi". Though small, they are HOT! To me, my meals are appetizing whenever I have them spicy. Not sure if it's true but chillis are known to be good for complexion =) Also, just to share a tip (personal experience), when you eat spicy stuff, have it together with a cup of hot beverage. The hot beverage may seemed unbearable initially when you have a burning mouth but gradually, it can soothe the burning sensation. I know some may disagree as it makes sense that a cold beverage soothe the sensation but to me, it kinda aggravate the sensation. Ha, personal preference OK? =)) Hmmm, good noodle restaurant in S'pore? Are you referring to spicy or any kind? Also, there are many types - duck noodle, pork and wanton (dumpling) noodle, etc. Perhaps you can try Crystal Jade La Mian (more noodle varieties) / Crystal Jade (has dimsum and congee too)? Hope that helps.