Monday’s plea to relocate Lunchbox Laboratory to Wallingford generated quite a bit of discussion (but, alas, no offer from Ballard to help LL move into that perfect spot the Loki Cafe has vacated). Hidden among the comments was Jason’s revelation that SeaMonster is now serving Cuban sandwiches. Inspired, Doug consulted The Google and found the chef’s blog, Pequeña Havana, where Angela, the chef, announced that they are open now, serving food between 9 pm and 2 am, including:
Mariquitas  The “Cuban potato chips”- Thinly sliced plantain chips served with Mojo Criollo
Pollo Asado : Cuban roasted chicken marinated in garlic, lime & orange juice, and house-special marinade sauce
Sandwich Cubano : Authentic Cuban style sandwich, roasted pork and ham slices pressed with Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard on French bread
Frita Cubana : Cuban seasoned ground-beef burger, with shoestring fries and onion served on a hamburger bun
Enthralled (and needing to run a complete separate errand in the same direction), we shot up to see for ourselves what the story was. We found, as reported, construction under way (pictured), but were told that despite the carpentry, SeaMonster is indeed open and serving food every night.
Foodies, what’s the word?