There are a couple of new Peruvian restaurants opening up and I came across this place while doing some research. The reviews for this place were mostly very good; but we all know that doesn't necessarily mean anything. I saw they have a cuban sandwich on the menu so I figured I'd try another one of those as well as one of their Peruvian Pork Sandwiches.
The place has those one-way mirrors as windows. Its a modest place in a modest strip mall on a minor road between Wilton Manors and Oakland Park Blvd. Inside there are red walls, aluminum furniture and a flat screen TV. Unfortunately the TV has Latino music videos playing. You can make your own judgements about their choice of programming.
I don't usually photograph packaging, but this was quite unique. Each sandwich was packaged in its only little thermal bag to keep them hot. Very nice.
The sandwiches themselves are pretty big; the cuban is made on authentic cuban bread and the pork sandwich is on a big, firm roll. The pork sandwich has a flavorful pepper sauce, sliced pork and red onions.
Both sandwiches were delicious. The cuban was at least as good as the Tropical Cafe sandwich, and the pork sandwich was a melody of flavors that worked perfectly together.
At $6.75 per sandwich the place isn't dirt cheap; but the sandwiches are as good, and as big, as any 6" sub you'll find anywhere.