Nov 22, 2022 - Food and Drink

5 places to get a great Cuban sandwich in Miami

There are plenty of places to get Cuban sandwiches in Miami, but which stand out?

Here are five terrific places to get a Cuban sandwich.

1. Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop

Why it stands out: A Miami staple for decades, Enriqueta's has been visited by celebrities like David Beckham, Lauren Jauregui and Nick Jonas.

Address: 186 NE 29th St.

Hours: 7:15am-2:45pm Monday-Friday and 8am-2:15pm Saturday.

Photo: Courtesy of Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop
2. Sanguich De Miami

Why it stands out: Sanguich offers both beef- and pork-based Cuban sandwiches.

Address: 2057 SW 8th St.

Hours: 10am–6pm Monday-Tuesday and Thursday-Sunday (closed Wednesday).

3. La Carreta

Why it stands out: The first outpost of this old-school, family-run chain was founded in the heart of Miami's Cuban community, on Calle Ocho in Little Havana, in 1976. There are now nine locations.

  • See hours and locations here.
4. Señor Pan Cafe

Why it stands out: Señor Pan's large menu of sandwiches includes a grilled steak with onions, lettuce, tomato and fried eggs.

Kendall location: 11238 SW 137th Ave.

  • Hours: 8am-9pm Monday-Saturday and 10am-8pm Sunday.

West Flagler location: 10071 W. Flagler St., Suite C 110

  • Hours: 8am-9pm Monday-Saturday and 10am-8pm Sunday.
5. Chef Sucre Café

Why it stands out: The French-inspired Chef Sucre Café uses panini bread instead of traditional Cuban bread to make its Cuban sandwiches.

Address: 475 Biltmore Way #104B

Hours: 8am-3pm Tuesday-Saturday

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