I'm glad not to be the only one with a thing for Cuban sandwiches. I had an amazing one at Chez Henri, 1 Shepard Street, Cambridge, MA. The most expensive sandwich I've ever eaten, but also the best. Comes with fried plaintain chips - mmm.
Ray's Marlin Beach Bar & Grill at 5121 Butler St. in Pittsburgh also has a pretty good one, but it's Chez Henri that takes the prize.
November 4, 2003 12:07 AM
Thanks for the clue and review. I must try a Cuban Sandwich...
November 4, 2003 01:04 PM
yeah, me too. anyone know where i can get a good one in seattle or portland?
November 4, 2003 09:54 PM
man good luck its hard enough finding good ones in NY. Two favs (other then gourmet chickenbone cafe one)
Spot on Broome and Bway looking completely out of place in todays Soho.
Tiny storefront on 13th just west of 1rst Ave.
Heard the best ones are in Jersey. And Miami of course...
November 4, 2003 10:08 PM
Hi: It's Zini from chickenbone. I am so glad you love the cubano. It really is more expensive to make! We use organic pork from this guy in Vermont, good proscuitto, Tom Cat bread, but the real killer is the Boerrenkasse. It's an aged imported gouda and I think it's the icing on the Cubano. (I have never really had one, cause ironically I am a veg, but my partner swears the Boerrenkasse makes the sandwich). We've tried aged goudas from Vermont to bring the cost down but haven't found one that has quite the kick of the boerrenkasse. Sorry it took so long to get your sandwich, but our whole kitchen is what you see when you come to the place. It's the two toaster ovens, the four burners and the one oven. So sometimes when we get busy it is slow. It's an ongoing problem that I'm trying to solve, (without building a whole, huge expenseive kitchen that would just make us have to raise prices)
anyway all the cheap stuff on the menu is really great, I love the cannellini bruschetta and the veggie sandwich and everyone says the Viet sausage and salmon rock, so explore, enjoy and say hi next time you come in. Thanks again for taking the time to write about us. Zini
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