Curry is beloved throughout Asia and beyond. But what exactly is curry, how does it vary country to country, and where can you eat it locally?
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Noodles have special meaning in so many Asian cultures, ranging from longevity to general health to luck to fortune. Here are some of the best in the Seattle area.
Embrace the quirky experience, and you're in for a delicious bargain and some of the best Thai food in town.
Thai restaurants are fairly ubiquitous in Seattle, though they can be uninspiring with many of the menus looking alike. With so many to choose from, here are the ones that rise above the rest, along with specific dishes to try.
Noodle Boat tackles a dish that I've found at only a couple of other places in the Seattle area: hor mok, traditionally a curried fish custard that's steamed in a banana leaf. Their "BKK" is stir-fried, rather than steamed, but it has a pleasantly eggy texture and a fantastic flavor, making this one dish worth the trip outside of city center.
In my restaurant research for a recent trip to Richmond, British Columbia, I stumbled upon one of those menu items that shows the challenge in translating from Chinese to English: Diversity of Flavor Tastes.
I won’t hammer you, yet, with accolades about the amazing dim…
Dish: Guay Tiow Tom Yum
Place: Pestle Rock, Ballard
In the bowl: From the specials board: “Thin rice noodles with Carlton Farms ground pork, green bean, bean sprout, onion & cilantro, topped w/ground peanuts and rendered pork belly garlic (sic).”
Supporting cast/What to…
I probably wouldn't have connected the words "tofu" and "terrific" twenty or thirty years ago. Now I have favorites to recommend.
What happens when a food writer joins friends for dinner with no intention of a write-up or review? Well, apparently, it still turns into a photo shoot and report.
How can I resist sharing images from a tantalizing Thai meal at Noodle Boat in Issaquah?…