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Its easy to miss this place as it does not have a signboard and it is not at all fancy for someone to notice. But Papo Llega Y Pon has been delighting many diners since 1978 with its fabulous pork sandwiches which has garnered a large fan following which includes celebs as well. From Miami Marlins to Andy Garcia, everyone wants a piece of this irresistible dish. If you are a meat lover then don't miss this spot when in town. Please bring cash along as they don't accept credit cards.
Owned by two French chefs, this is a place where you can get excellent food. And, it's relaxed enough for you to meet your friends for breakfast, lunch and conversation. Claude Postel, one of the owners, comes from a long line of chefs and uses the freshest ingredients in his chocolate, pastry, and påté. Buena Vista Deli's menu is not large, but it has variety: there are imported cheeses and cold cuts, French saucisson, duck påté and other French delicacies to make sandwiches. Niçoise salad, Greek feta cheese and kalamata olives salad are all worth trying. The quiche Provençal is superb and it's served with the salad of your choice. Desserts are not to be missed
This small eatery is well known for their delightful sandwiches which are inspired from Italian, Greek, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines. Lemoni Café serves everything fresh and has dishes that suit all palate. Choose anything from the menu and you will not be disappointed. This place is definitely worth a visit for their delish fare.
If you're looking for a latte or a mid-day snack and don't want to waste time at a packed restaurant, stop by this casual little South Beach cafe. The atmosphere is super-casual (do not come here if you are in a hurry) and very friendly. You can sit inside or outside as you're served some of the best sandwiches in Miami and other snacks, a few of which are for the health-conscious. Breakfast options include espresso drinks, bagels and croissants.
This small, unique French sandwich shop offers gourmet fare at a low cost. La Sandwicherie, popular with people on the go, is well known for its variety of lunch offerings typically served on fresh French bread. Choose from a selection of meats, cheeses, or vegetable fillings. You can also order pate, croissants, and delicious salads. Simple and functional, the restaurant features a small counter that only seats about six people. During lunchtime these seats are usually filled, so come early if you want to enjoy your meal sitting down.
Located in the beautiful neighborhood of Flagami, just west to downtown, Sarussi Subs is a small sandwich restaurant, that serves some of the best Cuban subs. With little or no ambiance, this place is perfect for an on-the-go sandwich or a family lunch. Their classic Cuban sandwich, is renowned across Miami, and is prepared with fresh Cuban bread, pickles, Swiss cheese, mustard and also salami if you ask for. Other subs include the Sarussi Churrasco, Sarussi Chorizo and Meatball BBQ. Drop by and savor into the gorgeous delights that they have to offer.