Sticky Rice Coupons and Deals
What happens when fine dining refugees just want to have fun? They set up an imaginative Thai street food stop in the heart of Grand Central Market. To bring his vision to life, owner Dave Tewasart enlisted Todd Chang (formerly of Momofuku) and Johnny Lee (formerly of Rivera) to get the kitchen party started. “Coming from such serious kitchens, we wanted to keep things lighthearted, straightforward, and all about good taste,” shares Chang. Those good vibes translate to great eats. Sip on juice straight from a fresh coconut while you watch Lee and Chang prepare dishes like the Crying Tiger—sous vide–tenderized grilled Wagyu skirt steak paired with Sticky Rice’s flavorful signature som tam papaya salad. Or try the khao mon gai, delicious bites of Thai Hainan chicken served with an addictive house-made dipping sauce, garlic rice, and chicken soup. (The bones are used to make the stock—“we try to use the whole chicken,” Chang explains).
The Fine Print
Limit 2 per customer, up to 2 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Excludes happy hour and Sushi Heaven • Entire value must be used in a single visit
A carved wooden bar, black-and-white tiled floor, bright koi mural, and pumping rock music all add to the distinct personality of this Fells Point favorite known for its quirky Asian fusion fare: • $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink • Try the pan-seared tuna bites with wasabi aioli • Plenty of vegan and vegetarian options, with faux chicken substitutions available "Appetizers here are tremendously good, things like the pot stickers, stuffed with spicy ground chicken, fried up hot, nice, and golden; a plate of tempura shrimp that impressed us with its freshness and crunch." - The Baltimore Sun Have Fun with Your Food The playful menu features everything from oodles of noodles and monstrous tempura maki to the spot's signature sticky balls -- deep-fried mounds of tuna, crab, and sriracha rice topped with eel sauce. Pair a heaping bucket of tots with a classic sushi roll, or go all-the-way unconventional with a specialty roll like the Drawn-and-Buttered -- featuring lump crab, scallions, fried shrimp, and cucumber served with melted garlic butter for dipping. Sticky Rice's Website
Modern twists on perennial pan-Asian favorites are the name of the game at Sticky Rice, an H Street hangout, where creative rolls like the Drawn-N-Buttered can be paired with golden-brown tots. $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink An Editor's Pick by The Washington Post Don't miss Thursday karaoke night Try the G.I. Joe roll with yellowtail, cream cheese, and scallions, rolled in crunchy wasabi peas for a taste-bud thrill, or the Sticky Balls -- deep-fried mounds of tuna, crab, and sriracha rice topped with eel sauce If pairing sushi with comfort food and alcohol is how you roll, go for the bucket of tater tots and a Tecate -- who said Sapporo was the only proper sushi beer?