Andrew visits Chengdu China, the epicenter of tongue-numbing, spicy Sichuan cuisine. Andrew finds out just how much heat he can stand by eating pig brains dunked in boiling chili oil, mind-blowing spicy ...Go to Episode
Andrew and Tiger stop at this restaurant, which is based on a Hakka tradition to serve 9 large banquet bowls: 3 cold, 3 hot, and 3 steamed, followed by a bowl of soup.
No. 131 Luo Dai, Long Quan Yi District, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Yulin Chuan Chuan Xiang Hot Pot Restaurant
At this restaurant, each table has its own cauldron filled with soup broth, chili oil and the flowering pepper hua jiao. Meats are served on skewers and dipped in the hot pot.
No. 23-26 Yuliu Jie, Wuhou District, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Chef Yu's Family Kitchen
Andrew, Rose, and local TV host Melissa Li Yaqiong eat at this restaurant, located in an old house and serves a full dinner of 64 courses.
No. 43 Alley Lower Tongren Road, Qing Yang District, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
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