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djquinnc | Oct 5, 201401:20 PM     20

A small group of us are planning to dine at Chengdu Taste next Saturday, probably late afternoon/early evening.

1. I understand that there is more than one location now. Is there a difference/preference?

2. Any tips on mitigating the anticipated wait (good times to arrive, etc.)?

3. I think I have a good idea what I am getting into, in terms of spice level. Having said that, I have a ridiculously low tolerance for heat. Is it likely that I will be suffering the entire time? Still, I am willing to give it a shot as the flavors sound amazing.

Thanks in advance.

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