Caribbean Restaurant

Pam’s Kitchen


Pam Jacob

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Pam's Kitchen is a Caribbean casual dining establishment that serves traditional Trinidadian dishes at their Wallingford and South Lake Union locations. The family operated restaurants are named after their founder Pam Jacob, who relocated from Trinidad & Tobago to the Pacific Northwest, opening her first restaurant in 2003.

Pam's menu is rich in spice and flavor and reflects the Caribbean's rich cultural history. With reimagined favorites such as Mango Chutney Aloo Pies, Jerk Pork Ribs and a variety of authentic slow cooked curries, this flavorful island journey is just a drive away. Pam's spicy cultural offerings go beyond her menu. On weekend nights, she books steel pan, soca and jazz bands to woo patrons ears, as their taste buds are taken on a delicious island escape.

Pam’s Kitchen / 1715 N 45th St Seattle, WA 98103

Jerk Shack


Trey Lamont

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Seattle is an amazing, global city that takes pride in being home to some of the best food in the world. Belltown's Jerk Shack adds a new dynamic to this rich culinary region with its vibrant blend of island flavors and Caribbean-influenced piquancy.

Jerk Shack’s Founder, Trey Lamont is a 14-year tenured chef and restauranteur. With his new restaurant, Trey is now a partner in the Black Bottle group, famously known for two restaurants of that same name, along with this latest venture.

Jerk Shack / 2510 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98121