Japanese Ambassador To India Hiroshi Suzuki and his wife was recently seen enjoying some delicious food in Pune. In a Twitter video that's gone viral it's seen, how his wife defeated him in eating ‘Spicy Street Food’.
Indian food has crazy fans all over the world and we just cannot disagree on this. And when it comes to Indian street food, is there anything that can beat its taste? Well, NO! From flavourful pav bhaji to bhel puri to vada pav, the street food in Maharashtra is so tempting and delicious that it can leave everyone drooling for a long time, Recently, during his trip to Pune, Japan's ambassador to India Hiroshi Suzuki enjoyed some of the most delicious street-foods including the classic vada pav.
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Yesterday, he had shared a video of himself enjoying vada pav and wrote ‘I love street food of India...but thoda teekha kam please!’ The video went viral on social media in no time. Once again, Japan Ambassador Hiroshi Suzuki dropped a video on twitter and gave a glimpse of how he lost from his wife in eating ‘spicy food’. In the video, the Ambassador seemed reluctant to eat spicy food while his wife, was seen relishing spicy food to the fullest. Here is the video:
In the video, Japan Ambassador Hiroshi Suzuki along with his wife, are seen enjoying pav bhaji, misal pav, vada pav, sabudana vada and so many other delicacies. While, at a restaurant, Japan Ambassador Suzuki is seen asking for food less spicy, his wife is seen asking for ‘hot spicy’. She then gives her nod of approval to the spiciest Kolhapuri. Suzuki’s wife is also seen gorging on a tempting Mastani as well as guavas topped with loads of red chili. We can totally understand why she loves spice so much!
After the post, netizens came up with so many reactions and comments. While one user wrote ‘Sir, she needs to come to Nagaland during Hornbill festival and participate in the Naga King Chilly eating competition’, another said ‘You both are amazing. really soaking into the local culture. Arigatho Guzaimastha !!’.
So, how much spice can you eat?? Do let us know!