Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop


186 NE 29th St
Miami, FL

Phone: 305-573-4681

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Mon-Fri 6:30am-3:45pm; Sat 6:30am-2pm

Cuisine:
Cuban, Latin

Dining Options:
Family Friendly, Take Out

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10BEST Says

Cuban: Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop is a small Cuban cafetaria-style eatery feeding hearty breakfasts and lunch specials to the hungry working class citizens of Midtown and Wynwood. You'll find the usual morning staples like tostadas (buttered Cuban toast), empanadas (chicken, guava and cheese, and thensome), and cafe con leche (coffee with milk) along with interesting varieties like a sweet plantain omelet and cream cheese toast. Media noches (ham, pork, and cheese) and pan con lechon (roast pork with onion) sandwiches are served alongside BLTs and french fries. Try a batido (milkshake) while you're at it, in flavors like mamey, papaya, and trigo (wheat), that are part of Cuban tradition.

Take Out: Open for breakfast and lunch, this Cuban cafeteria keeps the Design District well fed on everything from bacon and eggs (along with café Cubano, of course) to handmade sandwiches.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Cuban: "Weekday mornings get a bit hectic thanks to the working crowds of Midtown and Wynwood, but window service is still pretty fast for lunch."

Best for Cuban Because: Typical Cuban breakfast specials, plus a bevvy of Cuban-style sandwiches served fresh, hot, and cheap make this place worthy of our list.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Cuban: Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop is a small Cuban cafetaria-style eatery feeding hearty breakfasts and lunch specials to the hungry working class citizens of Midtown and Wynwood. You'll find the usual morning staples like tostadas (buttered Cuban toast), empanadas (chicken, guava and cheese, and thensome), and cafe con leche (coffee with milk) along with interesting varieties like a sweet plantain omelet and cream cheese toast. Media noches (ham, pork, and cheese) and pan con lechon (roast pork with onion) sandwiches are served alongside BLTs and french fries. Try a batido (milkshake) while you're at it, in flavors like mamey, papaya, and trigo (wheat), that are part of Cuban tradition.

Take Out: Open for breakfast and lunch, this Cuban cafeteria keeps the Design District well fed on everything from bacon and eggs (along with café Cubano, of course) to handmade sandwiches.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Anjali Mansukhani Says:

Cuban: "Weekday mornings get a bit hectic thanks to the working crowds of Midtown and Wynwood, but window service is still pretty fast for lunch."

Best for Cuban Because: Typical Cuban breakfast specials, plus a bevvy of Cuban-style sandwiches served fresh, hot, and cheap make this place worthy of our list.

Main Menu

Breakfast - Desayuno
Sandwiches
Sopa De Pollo
Platos - Platters
Side Orders
Especiales-lunes
Martes
Miercoles
Jueves
Viernes

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