The food is excellent quality and pick up is convenient! But we also really love Cuban sandwiches. visiting South Beach, mostly because tourists tout it as having Miami’s ultimate Cubano. Smart—and hungry— tourists fresh off the plane make a beeline to the nearest Cuban restaurant for a taste of the city’s most famous sandwich. So, even though your abuelo might roll over in his grave at the thought of ham, roast pork, pickles & mustard formed into perfect crispy cubes, wrapped in fried Swiss, and stuck on skewers, it tastes just as delicious as anything you’ll find in a Hialeah cafeteria. Spouse had Chicken Fricasee. They are large and should be cut in half. It certainly caters to the masses with a choice of size (medium or large), extra pickles and a slather of mayonnaise. Sorry, Abuela!”. Hello, Miami! Kush is the cool Wynwood spot you frequent for burgers, chicken and waffles, gator bites and yes, Cubanos. You can smell these sandwiches cooking all over Miami Beach. Not this place!” more, “All 4 of us enjoyed the visit to the iconic Cuban restaurant featured in the movie "Chef". Tiene un punto de sal y buen sabor. It boasts an equally extensive menu and more than one type of Cubano. Also the woman that baristas had me at her colada.” more, “Really large breakfast sandwiches and friendly staff. Highly recommend Cuban guys! Maybe I've gone to the wrong places, but I wasn't too impressed by the two I've had so far. The sandwiches and the sauces are original and unlike anything you'll taste in any other sandwich shop. Time Out is a registered trademark of Time Out America LLC. These people keep leaving out the pork. The original (there’s a special version that’s slightly larger) met all the basic requirements: toasted, filled with the right ingredients and cut perfectly in half. By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions. Newly minted Abuelo David Basallo (to an adorable little boy named Lucas) is a true nostalgic, favoring wingtips over sneakers and the Beatles over everything else. She knows a good Cubano when she sees it. Located in…” more. If there's one thing people from Miami love, it's... well, these 29 things. What qualifies a Cubano to be considered the best Cuban sandwich in Miami? It’s all ham, ham, ham!”We say: “I like how melted the Swiss cheese is, but it’s lacking flavor.”. Mustard is replaced with the Sarussi’s signature secret sauce, while the bread tastes more Italian than Cuban. Déjà vu! We shared” more, “Yum. There’s nothing like crunching down on toasty bread and juicy pork. The Cuban you’ll find in the middle of this steamy Flagami produce market/restaurant is plancha-pressed and no less lardtastic than others, but at least here you can cut it with some fresh-pressed juice. If you bite it on one side, it comes out on the other.”], We say: “I really enjoyed the generous slathering of mustard but could have done without a few slices of ham. !” more, “ a Cuban Cafe. It has a good amount of mustard, which is lo que le da el punto [what gives it that extra something].”We say: “This one is very cheesy and pickle-y, which I generally avoid, but I love the flavor combination and Enriqueta’s sandwich was exquisito. Warning: These are tough critics! This cozy Cuban cafe in Little Havana doles out a variety of Cuban sandwiches—media noche, pan con bistec, pan con lechón—but its Cubano is what truly put them on the map. Should it call for mustard or is plain better? Abuela Ana says: “Where’s the pork? West FlaglerWhat you're getting: Famous Cuban SandwichIf you want the most quintessential Miami experience that doesn’t involve renting a Ferrari or getting ignored by doormen, it’s gonna be hitting this Little Havana landmark and chomping on pressed Cuban bread -- filled with all the Cuban sandwich regulars -- while sitting outside with a cafecito and listening to all the Cuban restaurant regulars talk about the latest chisme. Plus, the house-made mustard adds the perfect kick of flavor. WynwoodWhat you're getting: Cuban EspecialA leading sandwich authority whose name may or may not rhyme with “illest” named them one of the top 21 sandwich shops in America. “Treat yourself to our all natural "fusion" menu which includes fresh garden salads hand carved sandwiches, and specialties including bowls and value priced family meals” more, “In March 2012, Roger Duarte opened the first location of My Ceviche in South Beach. Well, it turns out they know a lot. The fries are good too! I wouldn’t order this one if I were craving a Cubano but as a pork sandwich, it wins. This place is worth the trip down to Miami! Abuela Ana says: “¡Este sí está rico! Sanguich de Miami dethrones reigning champ, Enriqueta’s Sandwich Shop, as Miami’s best Cubano. Who's got…. OH, WAIT! Sign up here for our daily Miami email and be the first to get all the food/drink/fun in town. Sanguich de Miami has the best Cuban Sandwich. Kush’s version is a hoagie roll stuffed with Miami Smokers’ smoked ham and slow-roasted pork and topped with kosher mustard, pickles and melted gruyere cheese. West MiamiWhat you're getting: Sandwich EspecialA favorite of the Burger Beast's dad, this sucker's got all the things your standard Cuban sandwich does, except the pork, ham & Swiss are cut twice as thick, the mustard and mayo are all spread on twice as generously, and the toasted Cuban bread is, well, the same size. The original location (one of four Caribes in Miami) is known for its oversize portions, and its Cuban sandwich is no exception. It was a great combo” more, “The Caña Restaurant and Lounge is rooted deep in Cuban culture, combining only the freshest ingredients to create flavorful Latin-inspired cuisine designed to be enjoyed. This used to be my favorite many years ago [when it was in another location]. Luis Galindo's Latin American West Miami What you're getting: Sandwich Especial A favorite of the Burger Beast's dad, this sucker's got all the things your standard Cuban sandwich … A Cuban sandwich, known as a Cubano, is a grilled ham-and-cheese sandwich variation that was created in Florida—Key West and Tampa—by Cuban immigrants who needed a filling and easy-to-carry lunch.Two versions of the sandwich exist: Salami is added in Tampa, whereas the Key West version keeps it to just pork and ham only. I had the Ropa Vieja and man was it good. Part of what makes this sandwich so special are the hours of prep that go into making each ingredient before it’s even assembled: the mustard is house-made, the pork is cured in-house, and the bread is baked to Sanguich’s specifications. Miami BeachWhat you're getting: Cuban SandwichMaybe the most frequently asked question by out-of-towners -- other than “Can you get me into LIV?” -- is: “Where’s the best Cuban food in South Beach?”. Abuelo David says: “Se ve bien, se ve más sencillo y con menos carne—aquí le ponen mucha carne a los sandwiches. I'm visiting on Friday. Cafe might be a misnomer for this massive Cuban restaurant in Brickell, featuring a stocked bar and the neighborhood’s only true ventanita for cafecito. It’s my second favorite.”, We say: “Don’t underestimate Sergio’s; this is delicious. And despite a serious aversion to pickles, I didn’t pick them out. The French fries were on point too. This recipe makes 6 whole sandwiches and serves 12. ©2020 Group Nine Media Inc. All Rights Reserved. Abuela Ana says: “This is from Sergio’s? Can you help a Philadelphian out? The sandwich, in order for one to taste it, must be thin and made with two or three small slices of ham. It's bread and pork.”], We say: “This one is meaty, with chunks of tender pork and ham. You can really taste the smokiness in the ham, too. Your thoughts. Abuela Ana says: “It’s good, but it has too much mustard. At under $10, this hearty sandwich would easily feed two hungry people.”. Come hungry or be prepared to share. Yum. Look how thick! It kept the other half warm!”. I wish it had more mustard.”. I guess it’s cheaper to have more ham.”, We say: “I’d have this again if I were in the area, but I wouldn’t go out of my way for it. Tiene buen sabor y el pan, que es el que lleva, está tostado.” [“It looks good, it looks simpler and with less meat—here (in Miami) they put a lot of meat on the sandwiches. Taking a walk down there is something to experience. Yum. It’s not a standout, but I did appreciate that the bread was toasted.”.

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