New burger joint opens in Overlake

Yunmi Yang

Yunmi Yang

Residents and workers in Redmond’s bustling Overlake neighborhood have a new, fast and friendly dining option.

I Love (Heart Symbol) Burger & Sub, 15117 NE 24th St., opened in early December. The small storefront has a vast menu, with eight different Gourmet Charbroiled Burgers (each one-third pound of fresh sirloin and various toppings) and 11 different “Special” Burgers such as a half-pound of Angus beef, Boca (vegetarian) patty, Halibut or Salmon.

As well, there are nine different wrap sandwiches, six types of hot subs, plus fish and chip combos, sides such as fries, onion rings and mushrooms, soups, smoothies and shakes.

The I Love Lunch Special, offered from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday, gives you a choice of a burger, hot sub or wrap with either fries, salad or soup and a drink for $6.99.

A la carte prices for burgers, wraps and subs run from $3.99 to $8.99, depending on the size and ingredients.

Business partners Keewon Lee, Andy Lee and Yunmi Yang previously operated Shake ‘N’ Go in Monroe.

Yang said customers especially like the fact that the shop uses all fresh meats, not frozen. Toppings range from cheese to fresh fruits and veggies, bacon and dressings such as Caesar, ranch or house sauce.

To call in orders, the number is (425) 641-2003.

To fax an order, it’s (425) 641-4939. The shop is closed on Sunday.




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