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15102786 No.15102786 [Reply] [Original]

How do you get the Thai or Indian place you go to take you seriously when you ask for your food to be "hot"?

>> No.15102796

Tell them you want it 'Thai hot."

>> No.15102800

Usually the places near me make the food way too spicy and I wish I could get it all mild. I dunno how you even have this problem there's always items on the menu that are super fucking spicy and you could easily add hot sauce or something at home. It isn't hard to make food HOTTER.

>> No.15102816

Call them faggots and dare them to give you the hottest food they have

>> No.15102819

this is a one way ticket to them dumping a bed of chilis in the food just to fuck with you

>> No.15103023

I live in a State with traditionally spicy cuisine (New Mexico) so ordering hot from Thai places here is usually spicier than outside of NM. I order hot and it seems pretty hot to me at most places. Many places have “Thai Hot” as an option if you want it to be “authentic” or whatever

>> No.15103046
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I bring this and dump it on right in their dumb faces and sneer

>> No.15103061

Just taste your food instead, Tyrone

>> No.15103062
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>go to thai place street food type place
>order laarb
pork or chicken?
>what do you recommend
[white] people normally like chicken
>pork please
spicy or no spicy ?
>*look her in the eyes for a couple seconds* spicy.
>she brings it over to my table and has this wry look on her face
>spice is ridiculous. it's delicious, filled with herbs and just front and backloaded to fuck with chilli. break out in sweat eating it
>she comes back to clear my empty plate and unironically gasps and gives me a 'whiteboi cute' look

>> No.15103080

Be a regular customer and slowly escalate on the spicy scale.
The thai place i go to has 5 levels of spiciness and wouldn't take me seriously for several years.
Now they give me hot as fuck tom yum soup when I ask for level 4. I'm still haven't tried level 5.

>> No.15103369

You kinda gotta get to know the place or be a regular.
Me and some friends were some of the first customers at a Nepali place my friend is in walking distance to.

Over time they noticed a few of us only order it extra spicy.

We are now buds with the owners, and the bring out this death and sesame paste they call "911 sauce".

Among the hottest things I've ever eaten.

>> No.15103411

>the bring out this death and sesame paste they call "911 sauce"

That's not very politically correct.

>> No.15103414

>911 sauce
that tragedy?

>> No.15103679

>i made up a dumb story in my head, guys! check it out!

>> No.15103682

send your food back if it's not cooked properly

>> No.15103686

i would have embellished it if i made it up

>> No.15103689

Order takeout over the phone and talk in a really racist Asian/Indian accent.

>> No.15103721

The problem is that too many customers ask for it spicy, think it's too spicy and leave a bad review.
Review apps now mean instead of customers learning, businesses have to behave like idiots.

The truth is it doesn't matter.
Ask for Thai spicy, ask for spicy like Bankok- ask for spicy like the asshole of the girl who lives across the ring rode from the Chiang mai bikers bar- tell they you live in that bar.
Ask them in Thai for a meal that will make you feel like a kathoey on Monday morning
You're just not going to get spicy food.

resign yourself to asking for chili on the side
T. lived in India, China, Thailand

>> No.15103730

"full spicy"

>> No.15103929

This is Punjab right here.
"spicy possible hey"

>> No.15104884

>911 sauce

>> No.15104902
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never forget
also, momos are the bee’s knees

>> No.15104907


yeah okay

>> No.15106059

While I am amused by your amusement, I think they meant like, calling a firetruck or something.

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These or be filthy farang and say "phet maak" (very spicy).

>> No.15106233

Been a while since I've been anywhere authentic. They were asking me as they were adding ingredients so it was pretty easy to ask for more fish sauce, bird's eye pepper, river crab, and lime.

>> No.15106315

Any Thai place that offers “Hot” and “Thai Hot” will probably make Thai Hot according to your desires. Especially if they have a warning about how you can’t send back food if you order it Hot or higher. Usually that means they make it ripping hot.

>> No.15106524

when you enter the thai place tell 'em SOUR THEE CRAP!
that should kick up the spice level a few notches

>> No.15106681

My local Thai place has a 1-5 star system or you can get it 'Thai hot'.

>> No.15106698

I've had good success by saying I wanted spicy hot not white people spicy make it make it spicy. this has gotten me food that was almost too hot to eat some places but it typically gets the idea across that I'm not some uptight white person I want it really hot

>> No.15106968

I usually have a good time ordering "Thai hot"

That, or go to places that charge $0.50-1.00 extra for spice level 5

I actually just eat at nice Vietnamese places though and use as much chili oil and chili sauce as I like because Viets are based enough to provide the condiments to customize things to your desire

That doesn't apply to basic bitch places that don't have a homemade chili sauce and only offer sriracha though

>> No.15107005

search the archive you pleb, stop posting this same thread over and over

>> No.15107018

I self harm in a public toilet and throw up all over my cock.

>> No.15107024

Ok chudd

>> No.15108091

Why would you ever use hot sauce? It affects the flavor, and not in a good way. The right way is to use more chilies when cooking.

>> No.15108146

I don't know why they do that shit. I went to a thai place near me and asked for Tom Kha Gai and the guy asked what kinda meat I wanted in it's in the name dude.

>> No.15108169

Well I am Chinese, so hear I am laughing at you white kids saying you like hot food. Very funny. You have never had hot food before my little friends. My grandmother eats hotter curry than you, I guarantee that.

Laughing here, serious.

>> No.15108179

half of china doesn't eat spicy food
well known chinese origin dish, retarded or baiting

>> No.15108199


What I remember as chinese food growing up as a young kid in Hong Kong

>turtle/shark fin soup
>fried chicken feet
>pig uterus noodles
>fried rice with pork knuckle gristle
>unidentifed fish balls on a stick
>boiled dog meat
>one time, monkey brains

Americans have no idea how bad it really is. No one in china knows what the fuck beef and broccoli is or sweet and sour pork. Chinese food is disgusting. Literally the worst parts to eat of any animal. Makes sense because chinks are the race of humans closest to animals. They make disgusting noises when they eat, slurp everything, men in the streets lift their fucking wife beaters over their sweaty stomachs while laughing and chewing with their mouths full of food. Like what kind of idiot decided 2 sticks is the most practical way to eat grains of fucking rice. Starving Nigerians who eat grass have a better diet than the average chinese.

>> No.15108203

in my experience you have to go there for years and ask for it to be hot and maybe they're good enough to do it maybe they're a trash place that just uses base sauces and they attempt to oblige by adding something to it overall it's a crapshoot

>> No.15108206

stale pasta

>> No.15108207

>curry is of chinese origin
Grinding stuff into a paste to make a gravy can never be of well known origin Chang. It's too easy to do, and too vague.

>> No.15108213

stop going to thai places run by chinese

>> No.15108381

The guy was definitely Thai though. They didn't even have Meekrob on the menu but he knew what it was and had them make it for me. It's weird though because I've never heard anyone put any different meat in Tom Kha. I guess you could make Tom Kha Goong but I've never seen that served.

>> No.15108763

if you go to a good indian place and order phaal (even if its not on the menu) they'll give you something seriously hot

kaeng pa/jungle curry is usually the hottest thing on a thai menu

just dont order shit-tier curries desu, like your balti or w/e is always going to be midwest level spicy

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>> No.15109078

Rub shoe polish on your face and bobble your head back and forth like a retard

>> No.15109093

Waiters know, they've been down that road before

I have found not being white helps

Whenever I go out to eat with my white friends they get second guessed on everything as if they're a toddler, while the waiter talks to me like I'm an adult

>> No.15109096

Just request it in an angry tone, as if you will spit on their tip if they don't serve it properly. Like you're really gonna shaft them. Hard.

>> No.15109097

I’m part Southeast Asian so I have zero issues ordering hot food

>> No.15109342

i take my fingers and make my eyes slanted and say to them "me rikey it hot", then I say, "no dog meat or bat heads prease"!

>> No.15109346

what if you are an autistic introvert and the mere thought of the workers "knowing" you doesn't make you want to go there any more?

>> No.15109418
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Reminds me of that tragedy...

>> No.15109604

based macdonald poster

>> No.15109638

Do not insult Monika with your vapid stories

>> No.15109652

Then say, "I've had your spicy, and I would appreciate it if you would make the dish a bit spicier for me. Thank you."

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