Salt & Sichuan Pepper Tofu Platter $11.00

Vegan - Spicy (mild)

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Salt & Sichuan Pepper Tofu Platter by Chef Garrett Doherty

Chef Garrett Doherty

Chef Garrett Doherty

Winner of Season 1 "Restaurant Startup"
Opened Kraken Congee in Pioneer Square with celeboratory chef Tim Love
Executive Chef Lionhead 2015
Chef Owner Lionhead 2019

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Mouthwatering fried tofu with salt & Sichuan pepper is served with steamed rice, stir fry vegetable noodles and garlic yu choy. It's a must try Sichuan dish!

Ingredients Ingredients

Salt & Sichuan Pepper Tofu (tofu, rice flour, garlic, green onion, shallot, jalapeño, chili, Sichuan peppercorn)
Stir Fried Vegetable Noodles (wheat noodle (enriched wheat flour, water, salt, canola oil, beta carotine, phosphoric acid), choy sum, leek, red pepper, mushroom, green onion, soy sauce, hoisin sauce, salt, msg, sugar, Shaoxing rice wine)
Steamed Rice (sprouted brown rice, white rice)
Garlic Yu Choy (yu choy, canola oil, garlic, chilis, salt, msg, Mirin rice wine)
Black Vinegar Chili Vinaigrette (dark soy sauce, soy sauce, mature vinegar, sugar, chili oil, msg )

Star Reviews (5)

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Anna C.

January 9, 2020 | 33 person office catering - Seattle, WA
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Delicious! This whole meal was a huge hit in our office.

Hannah J.

January 8, 2020 | 80 person office catering - Seattle, WA
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This was great!

Dennis S.

February 6, 2020 | 40 person office catering - Bellevue, WA
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just a bit bland

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Gabril W.

February 3, 2020 | 14 person office catering - Bellevue, WA
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Pretty Bland

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Megan B.

January 28, 2020 | 80 person office catering - Seattle, WA
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We were glad to try a Sichuan meal and it was received relatively well but the tofu was mushy and the beef and chicken were too spicy and had too many chilis (especially beef). Instead of a garnish, the chilis seemed like more of a "vegetable". The actual vegetables were a bit overcooked but the flavors were yummy. Bao was nicely done.