Tabassum is bringing the traditions of street food from the east and shipping it all the way to the Pacific Northwest. Specifically, in a comfort food that dates back to the Silk Road, bridging the gap between China, Russia and the Caspian Sea. Now, they’re bridging the gap with a food truck, bringing the Samsa pie from central asia all the way to the middle of Seattle.
There’s hardly an Uzbek family who doesn’t have their own special recipe for the Samsa, a baked bun that fits in the palm of your hand. So trust us when we say this: you’re gonna want to eat these by the handful. They’re importing spices and flavors, preparing each pie using traditional methods. And Tabassum’s pies are filled using only the freshest quality ingredients, filling each puff pastry with food that tastes as good as it is for you. So what are you waiting for? Find Tabassum on the streets of Kirkland, Seattle and beyond. It’s a surefire way to transport your tastebuds with exotic flavor and the familiar comfort of a homemade pie.
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