A taste of Southeast Asia at Tuk Tuk Mobile Feast, Seattle’s only Lao food truck

In a kitchen some 7,007 miles away from Seattle, someone is adding fresh mint, basil, or cilantro to the perfect family feast of Laotian dishes, all served with the cuisine’s signature sticky rice. Traveling over 7,000 miles for the best feast of your life takes some serious effort, but it’s absolutely worth it.

However, if you’re short on time and would rather not cross the Pacific Ocean, all you need to do is catch up with the Tuk Tuk Mobile Feast as it serves up incredible Lao food to Seattle.

Siri Martinet and Jacob Devaul are the team behind Seattle’s only Lao food truck. The two met while working together in the Seattle restaurant scene and eventually decided to branch off and start their own food truck.

Read more: https://seattlerefined.com/eat-drink/seattles-only-lao-food-truck-tuk-tuk-mobile-feast

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A taste of Southeast Asia at Tuk Tuk Mobile Feast, Seattle's only Lao food truck
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A taste of Southeast Asia at Tuk Tuk Mobile Feast, Seattle's only Lao food truck
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In a kitchen some 7,007 miles away from Seattle, someone is adding fresh mint, basil, or cilantro to the perfect family feast of Laotian dishes, all served with the cuisine’s signature sticky rice. Traveling over 7,000 miles for the best feast of your life takes some serious effort, but it’s absolutely worth it.
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