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Today I got the sauce in OP's pic, "357 MAD DOG", in my eye. It was fucking bad guys. I was driving when it happened too. I couldn't open my eye for 15 minutes without experiencing extreme burning, like infinite wintergreen freshness kinda but that's more painful than it sounds, and I had to flush it out for 10 minutes straight when I got to the Asian restaurant. My eyes are beginning to water up just thinking about it, and it still hurts an hour and a half later.
I won't explain how I got it in my eye, but I was bringing it to the restaurant to show the owner and waitresses (it's a family business). They're Indonesian so they like spicy food, but when I went in yesterday (I'm a feen), they didn't have any fresh hot peppers. I brought the sauce not just to show them, but also to make up for the lack of hot peppers, but they ended up having the hot peppers today, and they even gave me 4 to take home!
Pic is what I had, Singapore Style Rice Noodles (prepared vegan) w/fresh thai chili/cayenne hybrids (I think that's what they were at least, after talking to my friend). There's also sashimi maguro (tuna), and a Green Dragon Roll. Everywhere I've gone, the Green Dragon Roll is an eel + avocado roll, but this one was very bizarre (and delicious). It was avocado, carrot, gobo root, kanpyo (shaved exotic gourd), and oshinko (japanese savory pickled radish) with what may have been eel sauce. From what I read, all the japanese stuff in it is really healthy (kanpyo, gobo, oshinko, and seaweed wrap). It was all exceptionally delicious, and I had the munchies when I ate it which made it even better, plus I had just gotten an hour of exercise in- basically the ideal conditions for appreciating a meal in my opinion.