With this service I download the app, find a restaurant, pick a dish, order it, and it's delivered to me! This is really helpful for me as my work days are extremely busy and I don't often have enough time to run out and grab lunch. The food prices are typical restaurant rates, but you do pay an additional $3.00 delivery fee. At first this seemed really high to me, but then when I thought about a tip percentage while at a restaurant - the price is comparable. The benefit here is the convenience. You get an ETA, the name and description of the driver's car, I was very impressed.
Today I chose the restaurant Noodle Land and decided to give their Pad Thai a try. While it wasn't quite up to the quality of Thai Kitchen's (see my first post) they certainly gave you a lot of food. So it was a really good value.
The delivery driver was friendly and quick. There is no need to tip the driver it is a quick exchange and you are on your way to enjoying a fantastic lunch.
If you are interested in trying Uber Eats please use my special code below when you register for the first time. You will get $10 off of your order, and I will get $5 off of my next order.
Prior to last year my biggest complaint about the restaurant was how small their Redmond location was. When they moved to their new location it only made the experience that much better.
While there is a plethora of other things to eat at Mayuri, whenever I have a second plate at the buffet it is always loaded with butter chicken! Their weekday lunch buffet costs $11.99 and it is worth it for this dish alone.
It's always odd visiting a brew pub with such delicious beers and not ordering one, but as it was lunch time - I did the responsible thing and had some water to wash down my tasty hamburger.
How tasty you might ask? Well the patty is ground beef and chorizo pressed together into a juicy homemade piece of deliciousness. Then that is topped with BBQ pork AND bacon. Carefully brushed with a garlic aioli it was the perfect blend of seasonings and flavors in a hamburger.
If I had any critiques it would be this, it was a little messy. The meats were all very juicy which led to an abundance of liquid soaking in my plate. A napkin is necessary when dining on this burger, but the end result was totally worth it. It was served with a side of coleslaw as well. While I like coleslaw, Bellevue Brewing Company needs to offer french fries to their patrons. It's the ultimate side for a hamburger and a necessity in my humble opinion.
In the market for a tasty meal and an ice cold beer? Head over to Bellevue Brewing Company!
Every time I get this dish I think there is way more than I could possibly eat - but every time I find myself staring at an empty plate at the end of the meal. The fried chicken cutlet is expertly prepared and they provide a generous amount of curry. The fact that it is included on the side is fantastic, as it gives the diner the ability to control the amount of curry they want to put on their chicken. Me, I like mine swimming in it, so I just tip the bowl and pour it all over. I took this picture before as it looks much more appetizing from a presentation standpoint.
If you are in the Bellevue, WA area for lunch I recommend stopping by. The place is always bustling with patrons which must be a testament to the quality of their food.
The chicken was pan fried and very lightly seasoned with Flavor Gods seasoning salts. Once the chicken was fully cooked we tossed in some broccoli and quinoa and let that cook until the quinoa is ready. This meal is low in fat, high in protein and an excellent choice for those looking to eat better. It is simple to make which is extremely important to me, especially since I don't usually get home from work until about 7:00pm.
No meal is complete without a bit of spice so I always like to add a generous helping of hot sauce. The picture included above is of my leftovers the next day while at work. I keep a bottle of Tapatio Salsa Picante hot sauce at work. This added a really nice zing that brought the whole dish together to make a great lunch time treat.
The auction dinner is always a very fun event and the food is always phenomenal. This year's menu featured a succulent Filet Mignon. It was extremely juicy and cutting into it there was very little fat and it was cooked perfectly.
Along with Filet Mignon there was some delicious scallops and a bed of mashed potatoes. Green beans were the final piece of the puzzle that added a little color to the dish. It was like the bow on a perfectly wrapped present and delivered straight to my stomach.
While I am still working through the entire line-up, the first 1 I had the privilege of sampling was the Tikka Masala flavored chips. I always doubt how accurately a potato chip can simulate different food items.. but the Tikka Masala chips did not disappoint!
From the moment I opened the bag I caught a sent all too familiar to me in the Bellevue area. It reminded me of some of my favorite Indian food restaurants! So we were off to a good start. Another point in their favor was the fact that they were Kettle Cooked style. Which is by far the best way to eat a potato chip. These chips had the perfect blend of crunch texture and amazing flavors.
If you see them in your local grocery store, give them a shot. You won't be disappointed. And remember, they are limited edition so they won't be around for ever!