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Pam's Kitchen

Map & Directions 5000 University Way N.E.
Seattle, WA 98105
  • Caribbean, Latin American
  • Sun 5pm-8:30pm, Tue-Thu 4pm-9:30pm, Fri-Sat 12pm-10pm
  • cash
  • Takeout, Catering, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Accepted, Recommended for Large Parties, Accepted
  • Street


Seattle Weekly's Description

Two words can easily describe an experience at Pam's Kitchen: Caribbean spice (and lots of it). Their assortment of curried potatoes and meats are slow-cooked to perfection. Whether you choose chicken, beef, lamb, or goat to accompany your pan-fried roti (a type of Indian flatbread), all of the meal combos have a kick that will charm your palate. With two roti choices—the thin croissant-like paratha or the vegan, chickpea-stuffed dahlpuri—the hands-on dining experience at Pam's is like one right out of Trinidad, and the homemade punches and house spirits serve as a sweet counter to the entrées.

Member Reviews

  • ktpenn11 wrote a review for Pam's Kitchen
    on 04/17/09

    We eat here so often that the staff now knows us by name! If you like Indian food, you will love Trinidadian food! Everything is handmade by Pam herself and it is amazing! Sometimes, the wait can be long, but it is worth it! They were recently visited by the Food Network they are so good.

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Tips from foursquare

  • Berry H. on 10/31/10

    Try the Sorrel!

  • Sione on 07/20/10

    You really can't go wrong on the menu! You will be amazed if you give the goat a try!

  • Jeffrey C. on 07/16/11

    The peanut punch is awesome

  • Erica M. on 07/25/10

    expect to wait (at least) 20 mins, but the paratha and curry chicken are kick-a-baby good.

  • Jacob M. on 03/01/13

    Try the jerk chicken or pork sandwiches, or get a combo of both. Delicious and enough to fill you up without feeling stuffed.

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