• Top Places
  • All
0 Ratings
+ Share On... Facebook Twitter

Maximus Minimus

Map & Directions Location varies
Seattle, WA 98100
  • Sandwiches
  • MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, cash
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Lunch
  • None
  • Not Accepted
  • No Parking


Seattle Weekly's Description

Easily the most-recognized vehicle in town after the Ducks, this pig-shaped Airstream serves a small menu of pulled-pork sandwiches, slaws, chips, and drinks. All come in either mild (minimus) or spicy (maximus) versions. The pork sandwiches, served on a whole-wheat bun, spill over with meat that has almost been braised long enough to shred up on its own and thickly coated in a sweet-tangy barbecue sauce. Sorry, vegetarians, but the veg sandwich, with barley grains and caramelized onions in the same sauces, can't compete.

Member Reviews

No Reviews yet, leave the first one below!

Your Review:

Your Rating:


Tips from foursquare

  • Jon C. on 02/18/10

    Create a mix of the ginger lemonade and hibiscus nectar.

  • Jane H. on 09/12/09

    Bring your veggie friends here so they can have a good veggie sammich and you still get your pork on! Yummy ginger lemonade and hibiscus nectar!

  • Crystal L. on 04/05/10

    Maximus Minimus is back downtown! Grab a pork sandwich. Don't forget the hibiscus tea.

  • Andy P. on 08/03/09

    order the Maximus with extra hurt, but skip the cheese.

  • Matt W. on 08/01/10

    Go to Maximus Minimus and get the Maximus pork sandwich and slaw. wash it down with a glass of hibiscus nectar

Check out Maximus Minimus on Foursquare

More Restaurants in Seattle

  • Revel

    Revel, the new place in Fremont is the food-baby of culinary power couple Rachel Yang and Seif Chichri. They already have a loyal following due to... More on Revel >>

  • Green Leaf
    International District

    Perched next to the I-5 overpass that divides the International District, Green Leaf delivers a quick meal that will fill you up. Across the... More on Green Leaf >>

  • Via Tribunali
    Capitol Hill

    The Capitol Hill brainchild of Caffé Vita founder Mike McConnell, Via Tribunali was founded to bring authentic Neapolitan pizza to the... More on Via Tribunali >>

  • Kau Kau
    International District

    Kau Kau is so absurdly cheap that it would likely draw a crowd even if it didn't hang glistening roasted ducks in its window, the serious food... More on Kau Kau >>

  • Maneki
    International District

    Sometimes you love a restaurant for a particular dish. Sometimes you love it because the fry cook is a genius or one of the bartenders is hot or... More on Maneki >>

  • Armandino's Salumi
    International District

    Dining at Salumi is all about planning. Slump in without preparation and you're liable to stand in the cold for an hour. For the... More on Armandino's Salumi >>

See More Restaurants in Seattle

Reviews and News

Best Of Awards


More Sandwiches Restaurants

Events Nearby

Restaurants Nearby