I just had lunch at this joint, off of 140th Ave. in Bellevue. The focus seems to be on Sichuan flavors, featuring from-the-tank seafood as well as the large combination dishes they call "FeiTeng." I had a "Frying Hot Pot Dish" of frog legs with Chili Peppers. This turned out to be twice-cooked style chunks of frog in a dry stone pot with straw mushrooms, bell peppers, cabbage, celery, and bean curd skin. The dish (pictured) had a very nice ma la flavor, especially the numbing factor. Still, at $18.95 I think the price is a bit much for what it was.
There is also a rotating slate of cold appetizers, but the variety I would have tried was not avail. They have a couple of beers and wines, as well as multiple tiers of high-end Chinese liquor (presumably baijiu), and it seems they are shooting for a sort of celebratory and business clientele.
Overall the impression is somewhere between Bamboo Garden and Spiced in terms of quality and menu composition.