Our owner Patt opened Tree Country Bistro in May of 2008.
Originally from Thailand, she uses all family recipes.
Knowing that not all guests would like Thai food every time, she has also
added the best dishes from Korea and Japan.
And of course, sushi.
"A typical meal in Korean homes, kalbi gui gets the royal treatment at Tree Country Bistro. The three-day process starts with a marinade of onion, garlic, ginger, vinegar, soy sauce and brown sugar.
“This dish has a special smell because of the marinade,” says owner Pathita Proamploy. Three beef ribs and a bed of steamed baby corn, zucchini and carrots rest beneath tender beef strips sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds and fresh scallions. A pool of tangy juices at the bottom of the cast iron skillet add subtle sweet notes to this classic."
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Homemade sauces and secret spices