Sichuan food is one of the most beloved cuisines of China and today we found out why. Absolutely packed with flavour, these dishes will leave your mouth tingling long after you finish eating!

Restaurant name: Spicy Joint
Address: 4 Harbour Plaza, 25-29 Dixon St, Haymarket NSW 2000

What we ordered:
– 夫妻肺片 Husband and wife lung slices
– 水煮鱼 water boiled fish
– 麻婆豆腐 Mapo Tofu
– 宫保鸡丁 Kung Pao Chicken
– 回锅肉 Twice-cooked pork

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27 thoughts on “My parents tried spicy, mouth numbing SICHUAN FOOD!!!”

  1. Watch Amy's almost every Sydney episode and cant wait to arrive in Sydney for some of the most real Chinese food outside of China after 2 years of lockdown!! Soon 🙂

  2. Nice family. Small correction: doubanjiang ia not "fermented chili bean paste" but pixiandoubanjiang, you should be able to find this on-line in Australia, USA and maybe other Western countries, This is generally packaged (authentic Chinese style!) in a plastic bag wrapped in paper with a red label. The best brand is Juancheng.

  3. Amy, your Dad did the right thing cause you're suppose to bite into the Sichuan peppercorns to feel the numbing effect instead of licking/touch the outside layer. (Hint)😝😉

  4. Dave loves spicy Sichuan foods and so do I but my tummy doesn’t like it. The ring of fire made me cringe but I find taking some Gaviscon, Maalox or any antacid tables before and after really helps to eliminate those issues and allow me to enjoy spicy foods again.

  5. Lol. We went with friends for Sichuan dishes and my mouth was burning 🔥..lost my taste buds for days …not for me but I tried it… Very adventurous parents …my parents are meat and potatoes…btw, there’s a restaurant in Vancouver Canada that has authentic Kung Pao chicken that’s amazing

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