The Best Chicken and Dry Hot Red Peppers is cooked at Kung Fu Thai and Chinese Restaurant in Las Vegas Nevada. This authentic Thai culinary dih starts off with fresh slicees of Chicken leg meat Stir-fried on a blazing Extra large stationary Wok reaching upwards of 500°F with fresh slices of white onions and dry red hot peppers in our special Thai spicy red roasted chili based dark red sauce. Served with a small cup of gourmet Steamed premium Jasmine Rice.
Thai Spice Advisor
At Kung Fu Thai & Chinese Restaurant we only use the freshest and finest ingredients to cook all our authentic dishes, and soup. That is why we use the very small fresh Thai chili pepper as part of the ingredients, to which, it warrants a little cautioning to our diners, since the smaller the pepper the hotter or the bigger the kick in terms of spiciness is the norm, we offer this humble advice. If you are used to a medium spice at other restaurants, you might want to tone it down just a little here, since we go by the Thai Spicy levels, for instance, we recommend to order your dish at a mild or 3 out of 10 spice level if you’re used to a medium 5 out of 10 spice elsewhere. Also, if you're used to a Hot or level 7 out of 10, we suggest you order your dish(es) here at a level 5 or medium, so on and so forth. Should you not specify what spice level you prefer, the Chef automatically makes the dish medium spicy or a level 5, since this is where most spice inspired diners are comfortable with.
|Description||One of the more sweeter and well enjoyed dishes in Thai culinary art, the Chicken and Dry Hot Red Peppers is a dish that taste good with dark meat chicken or white meat. Due to overwhelming demand from regular patrons, we have provided options for diners to personalize their own Chicken and Dry Hot Red Pepper dish with the addition of adding extra slices of Chicken to this Curry. As more meat is added, the Chef also throws in a little extra onions, and peppers. An “Extra Kicker” adds a slightly little extra meat. Choosing "Let it Ride" adds a level 2 additional amount of sliced Chicken. By opting for "Double Down" the Chef literally doubles the amount of Sliced Chicken he puts in on a regular dish.|