Steak Vermicelli Bowl $12.75

Dairy free - Nut free - Spicy (medium)

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Steak Vermicelli Bowl by Chef John Tran

Chef John Tran

Chef John Tran

• Founder, Tigerly Ox - Vietnamese Eatery
• Traditionally inspired Vietnamese cuisine
• Sweet, sour, salty, spicy, umami flavors in each meal

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Traditionally inspired Vietnamese vermicelli bowl, also called Bun. Rice vermicelli noodles are topped with mixed greens, herbs, cucumber, jalapenoes, pickled carrots and daikon and orange-ginger marinated USDA choice steak. Served with a sweet and sour fish sauce dressing, sambal chili paste, and sate chili sauce.

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Steak (USDA select eye of round steak, ginger, orange juice, fish sauce, hoisin sauce, caramel sauce, thick soy sauce, black pepper, brown sugar, garlic, honey, lemon juice, salt, sesame oil), vermicelli, lettuce, pickled carrots & daikon (carrots, daikon, water, sugar, vinegar, salt), pickled onions (onions, water, sugar, vinegar, salt), Cucumber, Mint, Basil, Cilantro, Jalapeño Peppers, Sweet and Sour Fish Sauce (fish sauce, sugar, vinegar, water), sambal chili paste (chili, salt, vinegar), saute chili sauce (chili, lemongrass, oil, shallots, hoisin (sugar, fermented soy bean paste (salt, soy beans, wheat), garlic, dried sweet potato, modified corn starch, sesame paste, spices, salted chili pepper, acetic acid))

Star Reviews (2)

Cole | Janna T.

November 7, 2019 | 73 person office catering - Seattle, WA
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Steak was really good!

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Megan B.

September 30, 2019 | 170 person office catering - Seattle, WA
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Nothing bad to say here except that we had too much today! Traffic seemed light after the big rush and I bet we hit 1/2 - 2/3rds of our #s. Had a lot of noodles and way too much carrots & daiko & papaya salad, We had 3 full trays of each and they were packed and we needed 3 1/2 trays. We could have cut the noodles in half too.