A couple years ago, I was here when I was on a hunt for the best Cuban Sandwich. They didn’t have the sandwich available that day, so I thought I would return and try again when I was in the area.
They did have the sandwich this time, but I was a little disappointed. If there was any mustard at all, it was not enough, and the bread was not grilled. It just lacked a little distinctive spice.
My wife tried the Lechon Asado, which is roast pork in tropical spices with mojo juice, ant topped with sautéed onions. It came with rice and a couple fried plantains on the side. It was a good dish with a large portion, but it also could use a little more spice like we have found in some other Cuban restaurants.
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