These 6 Seattle Sandwiches Are the Greatest Things Since Sliced Bread

The 6 sandwiches you need in your day
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This article appears in print in the February 2019 issue, as part of the 100 Best Things To Eat cover story. Click here to subscribe.

Banh mi
Lan Huê
Chinatown–International District
Order the dac biet ($4), meaning “special,” with house-made pâté and ham.

Catfish sandwich
Matt’s in the Market
Pike Place Market
Fried fish perfection ($16) with a Pike Place view.

Porchetta sandwich
Salumi
Pioneer Square
New, larger location—same flavorful roasted pork with crackling skin ($12.50).

BLT
Bavarian Meats
Pike Place Market 
House-made bacon takes this simple sandwich ($10.99) over the edge.

Fried chicken sandwich
Ma’ono
multiple locations
Get it medium for a lingering burn, naked if you’re spice averse ($11.50).

Caribbean roast sandwich
Un Bien
Ballard
Slow-roasted pork gets a boost from a mound of caramelized onions—grab some napkins ($11.50).

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