Washington January 06, 2019
The Sandwiches At This Washington Restaurant Are So Gigantic They Fall Off The Plate
We’ve all experienced the kind of hunger where only a massive meal will do. And if you happen to be in Seattle the next time such a mood strikes, just head straight to Paseo Caribbean Food, where a monstrously delicious sandwich will await you.
Paseo Caribbean Food has two locations in Seattle.
The original Fremont location is at 4255 Fremont Ave. N., and the SoDo address is 1760 1st Ave. S.
The line out the door at each location is seemingly endless.
Paseo is far from new, but it's safe to say the novelty hasn't worn off for the locals.
Paseo has been serving authentic meaty Caribbean sandwiches since 1994, and Seattle can't get enough.
If you love pulled pork, grilled chicken breast, and smoked ham, this is the place for you.
The sandwiches here are far from small, so bring your appetite.
The ingredients are fresh and locally sourced, and they'll be falling out of your mouth before you know it.
Not in a sandwich mood? Paseo also sells bowls, plates, and salads.
They also have a tofu sandwich option for those who eat a plant-based diet.
If you save room for a side, you can't go wrong with the famous roasted corn.
Corn on the cob is roasted and slathered in garlic aioli, parmesan, cilantro, and Paseo spices.
Without a doubt, however, the classic sandwiches are the most popular picks.
Paseo is open Tuesday - Sunday, so you'll have plenty of chances to get your Caribbean fix.
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