“To Europeans and the fans of their food, sorrel denotes a tart, spinachlike herb used in soups and sauces. But in the Caribbean and in parts of the Middle East, it refers to a tropical bushy shrub (Hibiscus sabdariffa), also known as hibiscus or roselle. The plant came to the Caribbean from India via British […]
“Honored in a classic calypso tune, this ubiquitous Caribbean stew came to the islands in the seventeenth century from Africa. According to the song, the spicy dish of stewed greens has the power to induce any man who eats it to propose to the woman who prepared it. Small wonder its appeal has been so […]
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Pam’s Kitchen has been in Seattle for almost 15 years. Owner and chef Pam Jacob has been serving fresh, homemade Caribbean food that is always made from scratch. Jerk Chicken, Channa Aloo, Dahlpuri, Cassava Pone Cake — even the Coconut Ice Cream — are all made by hand from scratch on a daily basis. Every single dish at Pam’s has a reason for being and connections to Pam’s upbringing in Trinidad.
Anton Churaman, Pam’s son, has played a major role in running Pam’s Kitchens and is getting creative with the full bar that came along with their new Wallingford location. From the classic Sorrel Rum Punch to the inventive Lemon Colada, Pam’s new cocktails are not to be missed. With a commitment to the highest quality food and drink as well as welcoming service, you can be sure to have a great meal and a good time at Pam’s Kitchen.