You can see it from the outside!” We say: “I’m a sucker for condiments and love how drippy this sandwich is with the pork juice and mustard. I love that it’s wrapped in aluminum foil. It can be tempting to dismiss this always-packed Wynwood spot as inauthentic or commercial. Sanguich de Miami dethrones reigning champ, Enriqueta’s Sandwich Shop, as Miami’s best Cubano. 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. 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. 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?”. We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out. I wish it had more mustard.”. Highly recommend Cuban guys! It’s my second favorite.”, We say: “Don’t underestimate Sergio’s; this is delicious. Who's got…. I thought they were a super yummy addition, but also realized the sandwich alone is just super yum. Armed with a long, thin, serrated knife, the sandwich maker expertly … He gets especially sentimental at mealtime, when he reminisces about his favorite Cuban eats, like the plump pizzas and toasted Cubanos of his native Havana. 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. The sassy septuagenarian has lived in Miami for nearly 40 years and has tasted her share of Cuban sandwiches around the city. OH, WAIT! Man’s gotta watch his carbs, entiende? This recipe is a taste of heaven on a roll. It's bread and pork.”], We say: “This one is meaty, with chunks of tender pork and ham. Time Out is a registered trademark of Time Out America LLC. I’m of the mind that less is more when it comes to sandwiches, but if you’re looking for a good bargain, this is it. 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. Should it call for mustard or is plain better? 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. This recipe makes 6 whole sandwiches and serves 12. It kept the other half warm!”. Restaurant Hospitality has no such chill. 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. Order a pressed Cuban with an ideal meat-to-cheese-to-condiment ratio, and if you really want a treat, stuff a few croquetas right into the sandwich… Coral GablesWhat you're getting: Cuban ReubenIf Marco Rubio and Pitbull have taught us anything, it’s that it's impossible to say what makes a “real” Cuban. If there's one thing people from Miami love, it's... well, these 29 things. So good. Once it’s all put together, the Cubano is finished off in la plancha. The fries are good too! It has Cuban Bread and the chicken was marinated really nice. There's breakfast options and diner options with a Cuban twist. So…, So I hope to visit family in Miami sometime in 2009 (Gina got me trippin so I might as well get my feet wet on Miami Yelp) Hello, Miami! Spouse had Chicken Fricasee. 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. It was the best!”, This local Cuban chain is known to appeal to acculturated Cubans, thanks in no small part to a low- calorie menu of classics called La Flaca and Cuban-American interpretations of popular dishes such as the Cuban Cobb salad and various flatbreads. Déjà vu! Luis Galindo’s Latin American will leave your gut busting with their generous portions of everything Cuban: pork, ham, and Swiss are all packed twice as high as local competitors in Miami. Warning: These are tough critics! “Where’s the pork? Taking a walk down there is something to experience. What qualifies a Cubano to be considered the best Cuban sandwich in Miami? Abuela Ana says: “Where’s the pork? Food, service and safety precautions were all spot on. “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. The food is excellent quality and pick up is convenient! This used to be my favorite many years ago [when it was in another location]. Pay less and go somewhere where you're valued as a customer and treated with respect. 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 … All rights reserved. The French fries were on point too. Abuela Ana says: “¡Este sí está rico! Abuelo David says: “Los sandwiches aquí lo hacen muy grueso. We already have this email. Not hit the best Miami beaches. (And please bring back a Cuban from there if you go)” more, “WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE IN MIAMI. It certainly caters to the masses with a choice of size (medium or large), extra pickles and a slather of mayonnaise. It’s pressed and served with a side of plantain chips and cilantro aioli. These people keep leaving out the pork. ¡Mira que gordo! Also the woman that baristas had me at her colada.” more, “Really large breakfast sandwiches and friendly staff. The corner restaurant actually serves a decent Cuban sandwich, though it strays pretty far from the traditional.