There’s Something for Everyone at Strang Hall

Delicious street tacos with spicy shredded beef, corn tortillas, cilantro, onion, and guacamole

Strang Hall isn’t your average food court. Located on the first floor of Edison District, just five minutes away from The Highlands North and South, Strang Hall is a collective of six chef-based restaurants sharing a classy, modern common space. The six restaurants are bound by a common sense of entrepreneurship, innovation, and dedication to using locally-sourced ingredients. No matter what you’re in the mood for, with six amazing options all in one space, you’re sure to find what you’re craving.


If you’re a fan of fried chicken, you’ll love Basabasa.  Blending Asian flavors with the southern classic, Basabasa offers crispy and hot chicken in sandwich and nugget form along with fried tofu and fried fish.


Anousone has all your favorite Lao and Thai options, including banh mi, bao, laab, and a selection of curries. We recommend the crispy coconut rice.


Nida is a taco lover’s dream, with a variety of full-to-bursting street tacos. Crispy eggplant with pickled chilis and carnitas with grilled pineapple are just two of the five delicious options.


Norcini specializes in Italian pizzas and subs, all built on fresh bread made from fermented dough and topped with house-made cheese. Just looking at the ooey-gooey cheesy goodness is enough to get your mouth watering, and that’s before you’ve tasted the “Boss Hog” meatball sub.


If you’re looking for something a bit healthier, try Solstice superfoods. They have nutrient-packed plates, including vegan and vegetarian options. We recommend the Baja Quinoa bowl, loaded with beans, avocado, corn, and walnut “chorizo.”


The jack-of-all-trades, Fond offers modern takes on old favorites. These include gnocchi bolognese, cellentani alla carbonara, beef meatballs in dill sauce, and more.

Whether you’re looking for the best poke bowls in Overland Park, or you’re interested in making Kansas City your home, contact us to learn more about The Highlands North and South.

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