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Fearless Critic restaurant review
Seattle
Food
Feel
Price
9.0
5.0
$15
Sandwiches
Counter service

Hours
Tue–Fri 11:00am–9:00pm
Sat 11:00am–8:00pm

Features Veg-friendly
Bar None
Credit cards None

www.paseoseattle.com

Fremont
4225 Fremont Ave. N.
Seattle, WA
(206) 545-7440

Ballard
6226 Seaview Ave. NW
Seattle, WA
(206) 789-3100
Paseo
The pork at this tin shack is the best thing between slices of bread in Seattle

Shove a huge pile of expertly grilled pork, thick-cut caramelized onions, jalapeños, and cilantro into a Macrina Bakery baguette slathered in garlicky mayo, and you’ve got the five-napkin enterprise that is Paseo’s signature sandwich.

Most people order the original beast or Paseo’s slight twist on a typical Cuban sandwich, but the menu includes everything from garlicky seared scallops or tofu to the “Onion Obsession,” which is simply those melt-in-the-mouth caramelized onions with some tapenade and cilantro on a baguette. And the gluten-free needn’t rend their garments: all of the sandwich fillings, plus a few other options (like black tiger prawns in a spicy red sauce), come as mains with vegetarian black beans, corn on the cob, and a salad topped with pickled beets and cabbage.

The Fremont location is a cross between a rehabbed shipping container and an opened sardine tin: the silver shack has barely enough room for the bustling kitchen and five tables. When the place is slammed, it’s not a very relaxing place for a sit-down; patrons perch on curbs, eat in cars, or take their food down the street to the Buckaroo Tavern.

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