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Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop
Sandwich Shop$
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186 NE 29th St Miami, FL 33137
186 Northeast 29th StreetUSFloridaMiami33137
(305) 573-4681
$Sandwich Shop, Caribbean Restaurant
Sandwich Shop
Caribbean Restaurant
Latin American Restaurant
Cuban Restaurant
Takeout Restaurant
Today Closed
Monday 6:00 am – 4:00 pmTuesday 6:00 am – 4:00 pmWednesday 6:00 am – 4:00 pmThursday 6:00 am – 4:00 pmFriday 6:00 am – 4:00 pmSaturday 6:00 am – 2:00 pmSunday Closed
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Enduring breakfast & lunch spot turning out Cuban fare from a simple eatery & a take-out window.- Google
"I literally no complaints and their orange juice is fresh squeezed!"
"Great hole in the wall for the best cuban sandwiches near the Design District."
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KaG Rodriguez
3 months ago
Our first time at Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop and boy what a disappointment it was. The place was a mess, tables not pick up, and the service terrible. Order an omelet with everything and literally got nothing but ham in it, and I mean HAM. Awful!!!!! Took to 2 bites and called the server over to complain, she spoke to the owner and he would not correct the omelet nor take it off the bill. Didn't want to create a scene, so we just paid and left. I will never ever go back to this place. I would rather eat a McDoanld's then to go to Enriquesta's even if you were paying!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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john longchamps
a week ago
If it wasn't for my plumbers, I would never return. We're at work since 4am, hours posted say 6am, but they open at 6:30. Last time, I opted for onions Vs ham. Extra charge added. Who does that?
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Solange G.
11 months ago
Enriquetta's is cool and has all the latin food you'll crave, but their service and sketchy hours of op are kind of a turn off. Just got my toast and it's stale...probably because they havn't been open all week. They also have a "best of 2014" stickers that i'm not buying. just go to a real cafeteria on 8th street instead.
Adrian florez
4 months ago
Its chap and the food is amazing two thumbs up
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David Gonzalez
2 weeks ago
My go to spot for breakfast/lunch in the area! Great prices and even better quality authentic Cuban food! Great service as well!
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Brian Sambula
7 months ago
Great people. Great service. Great food. I literally no complaints and their orange juice is fresh squeezed!
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Lynda Prado
a year ago
Tostada and Cafe con Leche, thats it. -- Service is not good, but you get what you pay for considering the area and what you order. Meh.
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Food Republic
2 years ago
A quick drive through the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami will lead you to an inconspicuous ecru-colored building nestled on the corner of Northeast 29th St. and 2nd Avenue. Keep your eye peeled, as the building is easy to miss. Pull up to Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop, and you’re suddenly no longer in sunny Miami, but in fact walking down the malecón in Havana with your tío Pepe who happens to be decked out in a linen guayabera. Walk over to the open window (or step inside to hear old Cuban men arguing over dominoes at the bar) and order yourself a Pan con Bistec. At five bucks, the much-loved pressed steak sandwich won’t set you back much. It’s everything a sandwich should be: big, messy, filling and meaty. The freshly buttered Cuban bread is pressed in an old-school sandwich press and stuffed with lime-marinated steak, covered in tomatoes, then, are you ready for this? Piled high with shoestring fries. That’s right, the fries are inside the sandwich. This way there won’t be any multi-tasking involved. Every mouthful has the perfect ratio of crispy bread to crunchy fries, without having to stuff them into your mouth after every bite of sandwich. Wash down your sandwich with a Cuban colada. But be forewarned, you may not get any shut-eye for days. The Bustelo dark roast combined with what feels like half a cup of sugar will give you a boost like no other cuppa joe you've come across.
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