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Family Friendly, Bellevue's Best Lunch: LunchBox Laboratory got its start in a 400-square-foot building in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood "by the MacGyver-like culinary vision of Food Alchemist Scott Simpson. The original concept was born of Scott's love for his mother." The quirky venue mixes nostalgic Americana comfort food with an off-the-wall twist, and menu items here include the "As Seen On TV Dork burger," the "Burger of the Gods," the "Astronauts Mimosa" and items such as: "Hong Kong Buffalo Wings," "Goldfish Mac and Cheese" and the "Drunken Elvis" liquor-infused shake. Be sure to check out items on the weekly "experimental" menu like the "Bahn, James Bahn."

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Local Expert Corinne Whiting Says:

Family Friendly, Bellevue's Best Lunch: "Check out items on the weekly "experiment" menu like the "Bahn, James Bahn" (Dork Patty, pickled daikon and carrots, fresh sliced jalapenos and English cucumber with a sweet chilimayo) or the "Psychedelectable" (signature beef patty, grilled onions, sauteed mushroom blend, Swiss cheese and a black garlic truffle-mayo)."

Best for Family Friendly Because: LunchBox Laboratory delights all ages with its quirky vibe and a kids' menu that features burgers, corn dogs and grilled cheese sandwiches.

Best for Bellevue's Best Lunch Because: LunchBox Laboratory proves a whimsical spot for sandwiches and burgers with a twist (and creatively kooky names!) plus boozy shakes and other unexpected treats.

Main Menu

T&T House Special
Fresh Seafood
Hot Pot
Chicken & Duck
Beef & Pork
Noodle in Soup
Fried Rice
Vegetarian Dishes

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