Here's an excerpt from a dining article in yesterdaty's NY Times.
"Even though the order I overheard most often from neighboring tables was sesame chicken with brown rice (one of 30 mostly ho-hum lunch specials at $6.50 or less), the kitchen doesn’t go gringo on dishes that should be truly, terrifyingly spicy. Egg the cooks on at your tongue’s peril.
Of the dishes that will get you sweating like you’re in a sauna, the best is sliced fish with spicy sauce soup, nearly the most expensive thing on the menu at $16.95. It comes in a broad bowl capped with few handfuls of those little red Sichuan peppers atop a layer of spice-infused oil two fingers deep. (Fat is not a four-letter word in Sichuan.)"Sounds like a place you might like to check out with the Pam.
Beep Oh, it burns! Beep