You take one look at our list of Seattle's best sandwiches and say, "No Salumi? No Where Ya At Matt? No Tat's? This list sucks!". And we say, "STFU reader, we can do what we want!", and then we stick out our tongues. we've already ranked the 50 best sandwiches of all time, so clearly we know what we're doing. Now feast your eyes...
The Fried Chicken Sandwich, Pinky’s Kitchen Wallingford This not-so-mobile food operation has turned a Wallingford parking lot into THE destination for some of the city's best BBQ, and for an awesomely spicy/crunchy smoked & fried chicken sammich -- the only one in Seattle -- that is definitely pinky-and-every-other-finger-licking good.
The Fried Chicken Sandwich
Pinky’s Kitchen (address and info) Wallingford This not-so-mobile food operation has turned a Wallingford parking lot into THE destination for some of the city's best BBQ, and for an awesomely spicy/crunchy smoked & fried chicken sammich -- the only one in Seattle -- that is definitely pinky-and-every-other-finger-licking good.
The Japanese Yakisoba Pan
Diablo Food Truckz (address and info) SODO This carb-heavy beauty is basically a noodle sandwich that starts w/ teriyaki beef or chicken on a French roll, then adds some chili sauce & yakisoba that's been pan-fried in what it sounds like you should definitely go on after you're done eating: a wok.
The Super Deluxe
Grilled Cheese Experience (address and info) Various Locations The mobile eats operation behind this awesomely ambitious sammie topped w/ Samish Bay Creamery aged chipotle cheddar, house-smoked bacon, caramelized onion, sun-dried tomato & avocado, probably called it the Super Deluxe 'cause they should've started selling it Years Ago.
Paseo (address and info) Fremont & Ballard There's usually a line of epic proportions at either location, but luckily this slow-roasted pork shoulder coated in “Paseo” marinade w/ the best caramelized onions you’ll ever eat, aioli, cilantro & lettuce is pretty frickin' epic, too.
Philly Boys Cheesesteak Shop (address and info) SODO If you had one question to ask Philly Boys, it'd likely be, "wait, why are you throwing batteries at Santa Claus?". But if you had a second, it'd be, "how do you make this sammich w/ sweet onions, Provolone & 14-day-aged shaved beef on an Italian roll so damn delicious?"
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