Dining Services brings Southeast Asia-inspired cuisine to campus

contact: Cara Barnes
| WMU News
Photo of Vietnamese noodle soup.

Dishes will be prepared using ingredients from the Southeast Asia region.

KALAMAZOO—Western Michigan University Dining Services invites campus community members and guests to a special dinner from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, in campus residence hall dining rooms. Menu offerings will be created borrowing flavors from Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, the Philippines and Malaysia.

Appetizers and soup options include: Wonton shrimp, vegetable pot stickers, a vegetarian pho station and a Vietnamese noodle soup. There will be a variety of hearty entrées to choose from, including beef rendang, chicken satay and tofu pad Thai with peanuts. Featured side dishes include nasi minyak, or rice, and stir-fried greens. Desserts served will include a banana coconut pudding and cassava cake.

All guests are welcome for dinner at any of the five residence hall dining room locations on campus. Visit the Dining Services website for details including the full menu and pricing.

For more information, contact Kelsey Patterson at (269) 387-4888.