Sen Khao isn’t just physically distant from most of the other eateries in the new Taste of Urbanspace food hall in Tysons Galleria — its Laotian menu sets it a little apart from the standard mall food fare.
The main dishes at Sen Khao are coconut sticky rice and rice noodle soup, most for around $14.
The coconut sticky rice is served with pickled cucumber, carrot and onion, with options for sausage, chicken or tofu. The rice noodle soups are served with a choice of chicken, tofu or shrimp.
For those looking for a small helping, Sen Khao served curry puffs — crispy dough pockets stuffed with curried potato.
Sen Khao is open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., except on Sundays where it closes at 6 p.m.
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