restaurants / Caribbean

Lonely Planet review

Proof that most Seattleites aren't posh (or pretentious) is the local legend known as Paseo, a Cuban-style hole-in-the-wall located in a nondescript part of Fremont which people alter their commute drive to visit. The fuss centers on the sandwiches, in particular the Midnight Cuban Press with pork, ham, cheese and banana peppers, and the Cuban Roast (slow-roasted pork in marinade).

Grab plenty of napkins.