Thursday, March 18, 2010

90 Miles Cuban Cafe

Last Saturday we ventured up to Roscoe Village to try the 90 Miles Cuban Cafe (there's also one in Logan Square). It's a tiny little place with just a few seats at a counter. I wasn't really in the mood for a big lunch, but Peter ordered a sandwich and croquettes which I tried and were excellent. He got the "media noche" sandwich - ham, roast pork, swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard on sweet bread. The sandwich comes with fried plantain chips. The menu doesn't specify what's in the croquettes, or the sauce that comes with them, but who cares...they were amazing. I did get a guava and cream cheese pastry which was so flaky and buttery and sweet. Behold, delicious Cuban food:

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