Caribbean Food

Today before John Lee went to work he said he needed to go to Bongos Café to talk to the owner about a gig for the Seattle Houserockers. He said we could have lunch there. So off we went.

In the summer they have the outside open. This is where the Houserockers play. You can sit with your feet in the sand while you listen to music.

There was so many good things to chose from.

David and I had a hard time deciding so we chose to split two different sandwiches. We went to the counter and ordered.

SHRIMP PO BOY Chili sauce shrimp served over mango slaw with house aioli on a toasted Kingston roll.

This was spicy and wonderful. I like it a lot better than the ones I had in New Orleans.

BONGO BURGER Caribbean spiced ground beef and chorizo, house aioli, Bongo ketchup, caramelized onions, roasted pineapple salsa, and cilantro served on a toasted papas roll.

Lunch wouldn’t be complete without these.

YUCA FRIES Steak fry cut and served with cilantro aioli.

I like all the old coffee bags on the ceiling.

Once again John Lee has taken us to a very good place. If you are in the area you need to check it out.

http://www.bongosseattle.com/#home-section

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Author: olehippies

I am a freelance travel writer and photographer. I love to travel with my loving husband. I like to see how the locals live better than going on tours. I love reading and will be reviewing books for everyone.

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