Sarussi Cafe Restaurant 

About

The chain appears like most local Cuban cafeterias---outside counterspace with green-seated bar stools and a display case with croquettes and empanadas. Their sandwich selections are inspired by the Cuban sandwich, but with a few distinctions. Their homemade bread has the flakiness of Cuban bread, but the softness of Ciabatta and they use mozzarella instead of Swiss cheese. The Sarussi Original includes ham, cheese, pork, pickles and a special tomato spread stuffed between two slices of toasted bread that is brushed with a super-garlicky butter (8 inch is $4.99, 16 inch is $9.99). Other variations include Sarussi Pierna with just marinated pork leg and Sarussi Bistec--steak, ham and mozzarella (8 inch is $5.49, 16 inch $10.99 for both). The venue’s near Florida International University’s south campus, so split the cost of a 16 inch 3 ways and they’ll be change left over for some freshly made OJ ($2.99 a glass).

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  • Cuban
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  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Cheerful din
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