There are days when you want to dine in your sweatpants or just eat really fast, in your car with the windows up and lots of napkins. Here are 5 quick and tasty options to make it happen.

1. Hallava Falafel.
What: This Yellow food truck in Georgetown has the best shawarma and falafel on the go. Let yourself indulge in a a big pita full of all the fixins’ including a delicious beet salad.
Where: 5825 Airport Way South, (206) 307 4769, Neighborhood: Georgetown

2. Thai Curry Simple.
What: Thai Food on the cheap. Here you will find Thai food items at $5.00 and $.6.00. And don’t leave without the Thai Roti, a thin pancake-like bread topped with sweetened condensed milk.
Where: 406 5th Ave S, (206) 327 4838, Neighborhood: Chinatown/ International District or 1122 E Madison Street, (206) 325 1494, Neighborhood: Capitol Hill

3. Paseo. What: Thick, dripping, Caribbean- Cuban sandwiches that will warm your belly. Who am I kidding? Not fast, the lines are long but it always depends what time of the day. Call before you go to get an idea about the wait time. Paseo, 4225 Fremont Avenue N., (206) 545 7440, Neighborhood: Fremont
6226 Seaview Ave NW, (206) 789 3100; Neighborhood: Ballard

4. Malena’s Taco. It is nothing more than homey enchiladas, tacos, rice and beans all on one plate, cooked right in front of you.
What: A hole- in- the -wall with great Mexican food. Period.
Where: Malena’s Taco Shop, 620 W McGraw St, (206) 284-0304, Neighborhood: Queen Anne
2010 NW 56th St, (206) 789-8207, Neighborhood: Ballard

5. Pagliacci. There is nothing like a slice of pizza to curb the hunger.
What: It is so fast, you can eat it while you are in line. And don’t forget to order the Pagliacci salad.
Where: Locations everywhere

Written by franticfoodie

I am Keren Brown (note: Keren with 2 E's). I love living in Seattle, I think the weather here is fabulous and spend my days writing, organizing and planning food events. Read about Seattle food events, recipes or just immerse in the food obsession. Check out my other blog in the Seattle PI http://blog.seattlepi.nwsource.com/franticfoodie/

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