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Burnt My Mouth At Mala Hot Pot

SUPER SPICY MEAL...

Took my friend to try the Mala Hot Pot, it is the first time for her and she did not know what to expect initially.  I told her to sit back and relax while I went to the buffet corner to pick whatever I like for I know she will eat whatever I choose, but be prepared to listen to her comments after that... LOL...

My friend is a kind of spicy person, she can take hot and spicy while I cannot... so in order to please both of us, I ordered the "slight spicy" on the dish.  I remember being told that even with "slight" spicy order, the dish would come out super spicy, regardless!  And after taking this meal, I must make a point that the next time I come, there should be NO mentioning of spicy, not even slight at all!  Phewww... Even though my friend is a spicy-person, she also commented that this dish burnt her tongue and all.... LOL...
Mala Hot Pot
Don't judge the dish by its looks!
Doesn't look at all spicy, right?
But once inside the mouth... it tasted like "fire".... LOL... 
Mostly vegetables... with a bit of squid and fish balls..
That is our dish.... 
The Big Bowl with all the ingredients I have chosen.... 
We ordered two bowls of rice...
If not for the rice, I think we would not be able to finish the ...
One-Hot-Spicy-Dish!
Total cost... RM46 with drinks!
hmmmm.... I am quite speechless...
Burnt my tongue already! 
LOL... 


Comments

  1. Reminds me of what we used to write in autograph books when we were young:
    Drink hot coffee, drink hot tea
    Burn your lips and think of me!
    Muahahahahaha!!!!

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    1. hahha.. right, right.. wonder if the students still do these autographs these days... ?

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    1. A little bit is fine with me and not too much..

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  3. No, it does not look spicy. Good thing you had the rice. I hate to even think what the really spicy would have been like!! But now you will know the next time you come back.

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  4. A bit of spicy is ok for me, too spicy, I can't take it...

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