Don't waste your time. The quality of the food is low for a place with a very focused menu of only Cubans, Media Noches, and a few other items.
I ordered a Regular Cuban with a bag of Chifles (platanitos) for $6.23 after tax. There is a lunch special of a half sandwich with black bean soup for $4.95. The sandwich was about 7 inches.
The sandwich was low quality for a store that specializes in Cuban sandwiches. It was not bad or inedible whatsoever; it just wasn't memorable. The meat was simple store bought ham and had no additional flavoring or seasoning. Also, I counted only two very thin pickles and just the minimum amount of cheese. The ingredients were traditional.
I have had better quality Cuban sandwiches at chains like Bahama Breeze, Publix, and Cheesecake Factory. The best Cuban I ever had was in Puerto Rico at La Bombonera - made with real lechon.
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