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What are the Spiciest dishes at S & I and Thai North?

eatanddestroy | Nov 25, 201408:26 AM     26

Every year around Thanksgiving, a few friends and I pick up food from S & I, looking for the spiciest dishes that we can get (that are also delicious). We usually get pad ga pow moo krob (crispy fried pork belly in chili sauce), pla duk pad ped (crispy fried catfish in red chili paste with thai eggplant), and a few other ones.

This year, I'm looking to branch out a bit and try some new dishes and since I'm craving the Dressing Wings at Thai North (which I know is not spicy at all), I thought I'd pick up a few items from there too.

I know that the level of spiciness that I'll get really depends on my ability to convince the restaurants that I actually want the dishes to be very hot.

What are some of your favorite spicy dishes from S & I and Thai North? Or, if you have some other favorite spicy items elsewhere, let me know. I'm primarily looking for Thai food, but I'm open to other suggestions.

Thanks!

S & I To Go
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