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equinoise | Feb 27, 202110:31 AM     1

Here is a place where the concept exceeds the overall execution. A one-stop food court in Bellevue with burger, pizza, pho, bakery/sandwich and "street" tacos choices. I am still unable to abide the cheeky name for "What the Pho," and we weren't in that mood at the time in any case; nor did we try anything from the taco stand other than typical Mexican soft drinks. The burger was very generous, good quality, the fries a bit soggy. The 11-inch "craft" pizza was around baseline for this, probably a cut or two below, say, a Tutta Bella. We tried a couple of the sweet bakery items, which were tasty, not memorable. We enjoyed the convenience of many options, not an occasion to be wowed by one of them.

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