Outpost Eats gives Asian-influenced dishes in Bellingham

Bellingham is recognized for its a lot of food items trucks, but very last yr a exclusive truck opened, serving Asian-influenced delicacies surrounded by green forestry.

Transition Bicycle Firm created the Transition Outpost, a beer and food corridor and bicycle store in Bellingham and expanded the restaurant’s reach by getting it on the highway in November 2022.

“When we opened Transition Outpost, our vision was to create a place for persons to collect and develop group. Frequently this might be around a shared really like of bikes but we were being also psyched to welcome everyone in the group looking for a fantastic beer assortment and a entertaining position to dangle out. Including foods to this vision was a logical subsequent stage, we realized it would increase the shopper practical experience making it possible for folks to get pleasure from a food and loosen up jointly,” Kari Younger, Outpost Eats innovative director wrote in an electronic mail to The Bellingham Herald.

The Transition Outpost serves nearby beer as properly as nonalcoholic beverages and snacks. But when the Outpost Eats meals truck is parked outside the house, visitors can attempt exotic dishes.

“We provide comfort and ease meals like fried rice, pulled pork and hamburgers but with flavors that are contemporary and special. For instance, our pork sandwich is equivalent to pulled pork but is cooked in a Vietnamese-model caramel sauce in its place of BBQ sauce. Our hamburger is served as Loco Moco — on rice with gravy, sauteed mushrooms, onions & a fried egg on major. We do a rather standard lemongrass pork bowl but have additional a clean pineapple and cucumber salad,” Young wrote.

The food items truck also has vegan and vegetarian possibilities. Its most well known dishes are the coconut chicken bowl and the Thai basil tofu bowl, in accordance to Young.

Outpost Eats foodstuff truck parked outside the house the Changeover Bicycle Business on Friday, Jan. 27, in Bellingham. Oliver Parish Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

When the meals truck is parked at Transition Outpost, website visitors can also appreciate getting surrounded by eco-friendly forestry at the base of Galbraith Mountain.

The coconut chicken salad from Outpost Eats foodstuff truck. Oliver Parish Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

The Outpost Eats food truck can be located at Transition Outpost from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday via Sunday at 5090 Samish Way. From 3-8 p.m. on Thursdays, the food items truck will be at Wander Brewing at 1807 Dean Ave., Bellingham.

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Thai basil tofu bowl from Outpost Eats foodstuff truck. Oliver Parish Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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