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Baguette Box - 27 Reviews - 1203 Pine St, Seattle, WA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (206) 332-0220

Baguette Box

1203 Pine St
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 332-0220
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Baguette Box - Seattle, WA
Baguette Box - Seattle, WA


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The wait can be long but sandwiches and truffle fries are worth it, especially the crispy drunken chicken and painted hills lemon grass...


My wife and I went to the Baguette Box this past Saturday. I ordered the Tofu sandwich with Avocado; she ordered the Lamb sandwich. After waiting over 25 minutes our sandwiches ...

Menu relies on gimmicks 9/30/2005

Sometimes restaurants use trendy ingredients instead of quality to sell their dishes. The Baguette Box is a great restaurant for faux sophisticates, but it's sandwiches won't likely please anyone else. The menu here is spattered with exotic ingredients, which I guess is supposed to impress us. The sandwich I tried there had bread so crusty that I wasn't able to bite through it; biting into it just presses the two pieces of bread together, effectively squeezing out the sandwich's innards. The sandwiches have little meat, but are pricey nonetheless. more

Truffled Fries are Yummy 8/26/2005

I dug my sammy from this place. Roasted eggplant, red peppers, and a nice flaky baguette casing to hold all that goodness together. I just wish I had more stuffing and a little less bread. More than a few bites came up short and stuff-less. Oh well, the truffled frenchies were superb! more

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Terrific sandwiches from Monsoon owner 5/5/2005

Eric, one of the owners/chefs at the acclaimed vietnamese restaurant Monsoon has opened a sandwich shop. He says he grew up eating sandwiches made on baguettes in Vietnam and LOVES sandwiches so much he opened this shop. Everything we've gotten so far has been excellent. The spicy beef stew has a huge aray of flavors and is wonderful. The fries are thick and very crispy and IMHO perfect. As far as the sandwiches- we have tried four and they were all very good: crispy drunken chicken, roasted pork loin with apricot aioli, grilled spanish chorizo and roasted leg of lamb with cucumber yogurt. All of these are served on baguettes. Finally, I tried the beet salad with garlic olive oil and it nearly melted in my mouth. Catering is available. Prices for sandwiches range from $3.40 - $7.50 (for the house-cured salmon gravlax). more

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great sandwiches 4/5/2005

Baguette Box is small, close to downtown, and has an eclectic and yummy collection of sandwiches - everything from a slightly upscale Vietnamese banh mi to the incredible if decadent drunken chicken sandwich. There's a Salumi salami sandwich (always a sign of good taste), and also a nice beet salad, and usually a soup or two. Great stop in/drop in for lunch - nice big tables for groups as well. more
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  • There are plenty of places to find Vietnamese-style sandwiches (banh mi) all over the city, but for inspired twists on the traditional sammie, there are none like Baguette Box. With locations in...

  • 6/10/2010 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    11a.m.-8p.m. daily
  • Payments:

    Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Capitol Hill, Broadway