When I asked my boys where to go for lunch on one of the weekend while Ben is away, Nanzaro wanted to give Strike another try.
We had attempted to dine here a couple of times but parking was impossible. This time we came for late lunch, past 1:30PM and we managed to find a parking spot.
The restaurant was not very busy at this hour. Service was prompt.
Arkensen ordered the traditional Taiwanese meat sauce on rice. It came with 3 sides, pickled cabbage and a marinated egg.
Nanzaro ordered a chili chicken dish. It has lots of onions, green and red sweet peppers, peanuts and chicken pieces. This also came with the same 3 side dishes.
There are a few stir fry lamb dishes on the menu. I asked for the server’s recommendation of the most popular one. She recommended the Stir Fry Lamb with water spinach in Taiwanese BBQ sauce.
I was not aware that the boys orders come with the side dishes during the ordering. When the server asked me if I wanted to add rice only or rice and the side dishes, I opted the later. At the end, I had to eat all the side dishes including my boys ones as they did not want them. I only had a few bites of my main and take home the leftover since Nanzaro said he will eat that for dinner.
Strike accepts cash only.
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I have had the sauteed lamb dish at Facing East Taiwanese restaurant in Bellevue. It is delicious and your post reminds me I haven’t been there for awhile!
I heard of Facing East from one of your readers back when Din Tai Fung first opened. We’ve been going there ever since, if we can get a table. It is very popular.