Who can resist the allure of a scrumptious paselito? Or of perfectly warmed croquettas? Or even the magical power of the perfect cortadito? You'll find these (and more) at CAO Bakery–"a Miami-based... Read More
Who can resist the allure of a scrumptious paselito? Or of perfectly warmed croquettas? Or even the magical power of the perfect cortadito? You'll find these (and more) at CAO Bakery–"a Miami-based chain that's home to all your favorite Cuban staples. For breakfastt, they've got you set with a traditional eggs, ham or bacon, and fries, served with a tostada (not the Mexican dish, but rather a piece of toasted and flattened buttery cuban bread) and cafe con leche. Or you can go a little extra and try the Cuban Benedict (with a sazon hollandaise and served on cuban bread)–"indulgenet but hey, you only live once! For lunch, opt for La Frita (made with pork, chorizo, shoestrings papitas, sazon aioli on potato bread) or their award-winning Medio Dia (a twist on the traditional Media Noche you won't soon forget). If you're just popping in for some sweets, make sure to also grab a couple snacks like the arroz con pollo bites or bacon maduros. Need we say more? CAO is bringing traditional Cuban goodies and new spins on old favorites to the masses. Here's hoping they expand outside the 305 so more folks can enjoy these delights soon!
12505 S DIXIE HWY
- Cuban: "While Cuban cuisine isn't always seen as health-conscious, you'll be pleased to find more nutritious options like an egg-white omelet and an array of salads that can include grilled chicken."
- Best for Cuban Because: Comfort food in the way of Fritas, empanadas, and a wide array of finger-licking pastelitos make Cao one to keep on your food delivery faves.