What to eat in and around Seattle today: Theary Cambodian Foods

Oct 2 2020, 12:52 pm

Those looking to enjoy authentic Cambodian/Khmer cuisine can now do so at Theary Cambodian Foods.

The restaurant is located within Tukwila Village’s latest food hall, Spice Bridge, which is home to the Food Innovation Network’s (FIN) Food Business Incubator program, “which supports under-resourced South King County residents, primarily immigrants and refugees.”

Theary Cambodian Foods currently has three permanent dishes on their menu, ranging from $13 to $16.

Pick between Soup Go Me Ga Tunk (beef back rib and vegetable soup over wide rice noodles), Me-Ga-Tunk (sautéed meat and egg with seasonal vegetables over wide rice noodles. Topped with fried garlic, ginger, green onion, with optional coconut cream), and Cambodian Ka Ry Stew (beef back rib cooked in Khmer Kroeung Spice, until the meat is so tender it falls off the bone. Carrot, bamboo shoots, cassava potatoes, and Asian long green beans are added to give healthiness to this amazing dish. Khmer curry has a tint of sweet and savory. It is served with the option of French bread and crispy rice, or tiny noodles with mixed vegetables).

Various sides, combos, and daily specials are also changing and available daily.

Theary Cambodian Foods is open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 11 am to 8 pm.

Theary Cambodian Foods 

Location: 14200 Tukwila International Boulevard Suite 141, Tukwila

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