Did you know that 95% of Americans say they like barbecue? Almost 33% of them say that they eat barbecue or barbecue-sauced foods in any given week!
There’s a very good chance you’re one of these Americans and you’re looking to expand your palate. While American-style barbecue can be delicious, there’s a whole world of varieties out there, including Thai!
If you’re looking for the best Thai food in Seattle, look no further. Below are some great Thai barbecue dishes you can try at Thai Ginger!
Our Tiger Tearless dish is made with beautiful New York steaks that have been marinated Thai-style. We serve this barbecue dish with our fresh housemade chili-lime dipping sauce and some sticky rice that complements the steak perfectly.
Grilled Wild Salmon
Pescetarians rejoice with our grilled wild salmon dish! We expertly barbecue wild-caught Alaskan Coho salmon for your tastebuds’ delight.
In addition, this salmon filet is served with grilled cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, and asparagus when they’re in season. Not only that, but you’ll also get some ginger sauce on the side and choice between white or brown jasmine rice to pair your salmon with.
We’ve all sorts of proteins on our menu here at Thai Ginger. With our Moo Yahng dish, we’ve marinated pork tenderloin in our Thai-style sauce. Like the Tiger Tearless entree, you’ll also get our housemade chili-lime dipping sauce and some delectable sticky rice.
Choose the Gai Yahng dish if you love barbecue chicken. This option is generous, as you’ll get a half-chicken with it!
We marinate our chicken with turmeric and fresh garlic, then grill it until tender. Like most other proteins on this list, you’ll get our housemade sweet chili dipping sauce and sticky rice.
Would you rather have seafood than steak? Then Talay Paow is what you want!
In this tasty plate, we grill up jumbo prawns, mussels, scallops, and calamari. You can then dip your food in our fresh housemade Thai chili-lime sauce!
For those who are vegetarian or vegan, never fear. You can join in on the barbecue fun by ordering Phak Yahng.
This platter consists of purely veggies, so you can eat to your heart’s fill. We barbecue green beans, eggplants, mushrooms, bell peppers, broccoli, tomatoes, carrots, onions, and asparagus when they’re in season. Phak Yahng is served with a side of sweet sriracha chili sauce that gives just the right amount of kick when you take a bite!
Experience the Best Thai Food in Seattle
If you like barbecue and are looking for the best Thai food in Seattle, then it’s clear that you have to come visit Thai Ginger. In addition to our tasty barbecue dishes, we’ve got plenty of other ones that showcase amazing Thai cuisine. Once you’ve experienced our food, your tastebuds will be shouting for more!
Want to get a good taste of Thai cuisine? Then come visit us! We have four convenient locations.