Cuban Bread

Cuban bread looks like a French baguette, but it is lighter and more fragile. Its supple nature makes it the only proper bread for a Cuban sandwich, which is pressed flat as it gets heated in a plancha. Lightly toasted and warm enough to melt butter, Cuban bread is fundamental at breakfast tables in Florida’s Latin communities.

Restaurants With This Dish

La Teresita - Puerco Asada
La Teresita

TAMPA, FL

Flaky pastry with guava filling ... Cuban eats in Little Havana
Arahi’s Bakery | Cuban Eats in Little Havana

MIAMI, FL

El Siboney

KEY WEST, FL

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