Grilled Beef Nam Tok Salad with Coconut Rice $13.95

Gluten free - Dairy free - Spicy (medium)

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Grilled Beef Nam Tok Salad with Coconut Rice by Chef Tanya Jirapol

Chef Tanya Jirapol

Chef Tanya Jirapol

• Caterer and Personal Chef, Northern Thai Cuisine
• Grew up in Thailand in a big family helping her 'Mae' (mother) cook for the family everyday.
• Alum of multiple Washington restaurants.

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Grilled flank steak is marinated in my homemade special sauce of lemongrass, mint, red onion, and crispy rice powder, and served with a side of fresh vegetables and coconut rice. A refreshing and savory dish!

  • ⓞ Oven 350F, 8-10 min, Coconut Rice
  • ⓜ Microwave 30 sec-1 min, Coconut Rice
  • Enjoy cold or room temperature
  • Heat coconut rice only, covered

Ingredients Ingredients

grilled beef salad (flank steak, lemongrass, red onion, soy sauce, lime juice, sugar, rice crispy powder), wraps and garnishes (mint, cucumber, cabbage, red bell pepper, lettuce), coconut rice (jasmine rice, coconut milk, salt)

Star Reviews (4)

Hiram W.

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Veg very fresh, flank steak done perfectly. Sticky rice perhaps a bit too sticky. An excellent take on a Thai standard.

Jane Y.

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Just the right amount of spiciness and the meat was tender.

Jaimie C.

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Delicious. I can do spicy food but the Thai chili slices really packed on the heat even for my spicy tastes. Maybe keep those on the side for others that can't handle heat?

Heather W.

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This came with black beans instead of sticky rice. Very odd