For 30+ years, S&N has been a go-to ventanita in Hialeah. The cash-only spot serves up some of the best pan con lechon and pan con bistec sandwiches in Miami. The fantastic batidos are also an essential order, no matter what you get. Their Cuban sandwich is seriously good too. It’s a simple, classic version - golden brown and perfectly pressed. It belongs under the Merriam-Webster entry for “Cuban Sandwich.”
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