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Posts Tagged ‘Cuban’

ENRIQUETA’S SANDWICH SHOP

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

186 NE 29th Street
305-573-4995

“Where do I go for some authentic Cuban food in the neighborhood?”  Enriqueta’s is all hustle bustle with a quick turnover.  Breakfast is served from 6Am and closes at 4PM.  They boast the best steak sandwich in Miami and most of the luncheon specials top out at $8.25. For an early hardy start to your day, go for the breakfast of tostadas, empanadas and or croquetas de jamon or pollo. The cafe con leche is “marviosa “and the “media noche”(ham, cheese, and pork on a sweet bread well toasted)is mouthwatering.  Daily specials are listed on the back of the menu and Friday’s roasted pork with “moros”(mixed black beans and rice,) corn tamale, salad and bread is the hot ticket.      Enrique Iglesias has often been sighted there.

Monday – Friday: 6:00 am – 2:00 pm; Saturday: 6:00 am – 2:00 pm

LATIN CAFE 2000

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

2501 Biscayne Boulevard
305-576-3838
latincafe2000.com

If you are new to Miami and want to experience real Latin food in a restaurant that looks like the real thing on busy Biscayne in a quasi-tropical setting, this is the ticket. Hearty helpings with choices so vast it’s best to bring a friend to share plates. You could start with desayuno fueled with café con leche and huevos fritos. My preference would be the lunchtime sandwiches, Espanol or Cubano. You can’t go wrong with the medianoche, pressed and toasted bread with either bolo ham (sweet ham) or turkey breast slathered with strawberry jam and cream cheese. At dinner, a pork dish would be appropriate; either fried, roasted or grilled. While embracing the cuisine, tempt yourself with a few croquetas of ham, pork and Swiss cheese, fried sweet plantains and the moros(rice and beans.) Specials are offered every day.

Monday – Sunday: 9:00 am – 11:30 pm