The highlight of this little local favorite Cuban sandwich shop is the pan con lechon, a juicy pork sandwich that is traditionally made from the leftovers of a big Sunday roast pork dinner. It's a simple sandwich most often only served with onions and "mojo sauce" (a tangy concoction of citrus juice and spices) on buttered bread. But the mojo and the fresh Cuban bread are what make it so unique and addictive.
That's the main thing you'll see people lining up here for, and you can also get it with beef instead of pork if you prefer. Other than partaking of a cold Cuban specialty beverage, there's not much else to see here, so don't expect vegetarian or vegan options -- this is greasy comfort food for meat lovers.
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