Sometimes you just can’t make it out to Bellevue’s Facing East. I’m a Taiwanese cuisine addict but just short on a lot of time. No worries, Henry’s Taiwan is a pretty good alternative in Chinatown Seattle. They don’t have pork buns on the menu, but serve you well with the staples that include the hand shaven beef noodle soup, spicy wontons, crispy tofu and others. However, I’ll pass on that oyster pancake in the future.
The prices were real solid too. Oh Henry did a good job with tasty Taiwanese food that we didn’t have to travel across Lake Washington for.