4225 Fremont Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103

Paseo Caribbean

Neighborhoods: Fremont
Cuisine: Caribbean, Eclectic, Chicken

Paseo Caribbean is a Caribbean, Eclectic, and Chicken restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid less than $10, and tipped less than 15%.

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  • 6/07/2019

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 San Diego, CA

simply delicious and oh-so cheap too!

i am definitely coming back to this place :)

the sandwiches are so delicious and the service was fast and friendly. the restaurant itself is on the small side tho, so be prepared for a squeeze or possibly consider taking the food to go (this seemed like a popular option, given the people-watching i did in between bites).

pretty conveniently located too (kind of on the border of the fremont and wallingford neighborhoods).

grilled pork sandwich

all of the sandwiches are served Caribbean-style, with toasted baguettes, aioli sauce, cilantro (which i love) and caramelized onions. the onions are sooo caramelized that they practically melt :)

this sandwich had as its meat this really yummily marinated grilled pork! it also came with a side of corn on the cob (with lots of butter and garlic rubbed in). yummy, but the food definitely gets all over the place tho!

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 Seattle, WA

The best sandwiches in Seattle. I first heard...

The best sandwiches in Seattle. I first heard of this place three years ago by word of mouth. When I first tried to go to the restaurant, I couldn’t find it on Fremont Ave. There is no sign on the storefront. It turns out it was closed that day. When I came by when it was open, you could tell that it didn’t need a sign, since there was a line of people out the door.

I have yet to try their dinner combinations but have sampled nearly all the sandwiches ($7ish), except for their new cuban press sandwiches.

From what I remember, there are TWO pork sandwiches. I think one is pork shoulder and the other is called something else… but the pork sandwich that was once called the “Midnight Cuban Sandwich” is the better of the two. Oh, and don’t confuse it with the new relatively new “Midnight Cuban Press.”

There are two seafood sandwiches, prawn and fish. Of these two, I found the fish to be better, both had similar flavor, except the prawns had a tendency to jump out of the sandwich, the fish fillet contently let me devour it.

There is also a tofu sandwich, which I found very similar to the fish, except its tofu.

There are TWO chicken sandwiches, I believe one is off menu now. The chicken sandwich listed is chicken breast. I found that really flat and dry, by far the worst sandwich I’ve sampled. However, the chicken thigh sandwich, which I didn’t see on the menu board, but was able to order the last time I went, nearly rivals the sandwich formerly named “Midnight Cuban.” It once was $1 cheaper as well.

Save time by calling ahead, and note that they sometimes run out of sandwiches around 7:00pm. Also if you get an order to go, make sure to request a side of corn. The corn is a given when you dine in, but is an opt in, on to-go orders. Expect to wait 20 mins for your food when busy.


First Caribbean place I've seen in the NW. The...

First Caribbean place I’ve seen in the NW. The Cuban pork sandwich is the specialty. This was one of the top 3 sandwiches I’ve had in my life. The depth of flavor on the pork is excellent. The caramelized onions complement the pork perfectly. It is a little messy and on the expensive size, but worth the money. Closed on Monday.

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 Seattle, WA

Seattle's about as far from the Caribbean as...

Seattle’s about as far from the Caribbean as it gets for the contiguous US, but on a warm day and Paseo’s food, you could think you’re much further south. The pork is the must-have, though I can highly recommend the tofu sandwich as a cure-all for hunger, hangovers and seasonal affective disorder.


Pretty good sandwiches, but they can be a...

Pretty good sandwiches, but they can be a little messy. Also don’t count on finding a seat here, it’s generally very busy.

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 Seattle, WA

DELICIOUS, delicious, delicious!!! Flavorful, REAL meat,...

DELICIOUS, delicious, delicious!!! Flavorful, REAL meat, great seasonings, juicy, delicious sweet caramelized onions… Yum. (Thanks, AJ for taking me to this awesome little joint.)


An individual could make a killing selling bread outside ...

An individual could make a killing selling bread outside of this place when they hang the “out of sandwiches sign” up…because I’ve seen grown men practically weep as the last grilled pork sandwich passes them by. The black beans and rice are a god send to the soul…perfect for any day, moment or weather. Grilled pork sandwich is my favorite with carmelized onions, plenty of cilantro and jalapanos. You need very little else to make you happy, but if you insist, the salad with beets is fresh, happy and sings of summer.


Hella good. I love the beans and rice, the beet salad and...

Hella good. I love the beans and rice, the beet salad and they’re chicken is always on point. Their sandwiches are hella good too, but they fall apart and can be a mess.

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Tue-Sat 11:30AM - 09:00PM
Sun 12:00PM - 09:00PM
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