Indian food is extremely popular all over the world. Recently, the Internet jumped into the defense of cooking when journalists said it was based on just one spice. Twitter users pointed out the various spices used in Indian cuisine. Like Indian food, Thai food has a reputation for being very spicy. A Thai restaurant in Fargo, North Dakota, recently issued an explanation or notice on the internet, surprisingly, about the spice level of its food. please look:
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The post was shared on Twitter by user @WittenbergJason. Since being shared, it has won 162k likes and 15k retweets. “Spice Level Warning 0-5. Will no longer be issued Refund Read the notice “When you order spicy food and can’t handle it.” The notice was directed to US citizens who could not tolerate the extra spicy taste of Thai food and may have requested a refund in the past. Digest fiery food in a restaurant.
According to Twitter users, Fargo’s local taste is like even thinking that tomato ketchup is spicy. A flock of other users responded to the viral tweets and shared their experience with the spicy food of South Asia. Some said the restaurant staff automatically adjusted the spices with the taste profile of American citizens in mind.
Look at the reaction:
Confession: I order Indians online under the Indian name to avoid heat discrimination — brad colfax (@bradcolfax) October 1, 2021
I ate at a Thai restaurant and asked for 4 pepper hots. The waitress looked up at me and said, “No, I’ll get 2.”
She was probably right. — First Amendment Girl ???????? (@LA_LaVilla) October 2, 2021
Is one of the spice levels in the local Indian location “Canadian Spicy” ???? — ???????????? (@artisticblush) October 3, 2021
In the town next to me, there is a Thai restaurant with no numbers.
“How hot is it? American, Mexican, Indian, or Thai?” — Lewis Morgan (@NinerDesigner) October 1, 2021
If you order spicy food and can’t handle it, take it to the grave without asking for a refund … — Oxford Comma Chameleon (@destinyspile) October 1, 2021
At a Thai restaurant near Maca Leicester, I’m still looking for a photo of a receipt / order slip showing that we are white. — Chris Steller (@chris_steller) October 1, 2021
Have you ever seen a similar notice at a local restaurant? Tell us your experience in the comments section.
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