Some Like It Hot in San Francisco

Tamara Palmer

Food with a spicy kick can help to kickstart your metabolism and feel elevated as you enjoy a meal. The buzz from spicy food is so real, you can feel it from your head to your toes, and it will keep you coming back for more. For some, it’s a sport — for others, it’s a daily must. Try these different ordering ideas If you are among the many who identify with spicy food as a satisfying lifestyle, or want to work on building your love of what’s hot.

Burma Love

Warm up your eyeballs and fill your tummy with a Burmese meal of Fiery Vegetables and Spicy & Crispy Chicken.

Fiery Vegetables

Choice of your protein wok-tossed with basil, string beans, and red bell pepper.

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