I'm planning my first Belgian Strong golden ale, not sure why it has taken me 20 years to get around to making a Belgian style beer.
Anyway, I seriuosly dislike bubble gum and banana esters.
Probably explains a lot of it.
1388 will be a great option for you due to it's milder Belgian profile. However, many/most Belgian strains can be manipulated through technique (e.g. pitching rate, aeration, temperature) to adjust the ester and phenol profile. 1388 is more forgiving about staying within a milder profile which makes it a good candidate for your needs. It's the opposite of 1214 which is finicky and can be extremely expressive.