20 places in Orlando to get amazing Cuban sandwiches (2024)

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Orlando might not be the home of Cuban sandwiches, but they've made their way up I-4. You don't have to be from Tampa to appreciate tangy pickles and mustard, a double serving of meat, melted swiss cheese, and soft Cubano bread. So, here are 20 Orlando restaurants where you can find delicious Cubans ready for your enjoyment.


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Havana Bistro Cafe & Restaurant

7975 S. Orange Blossom Trail
Havana’s has both a café and restaurant, with two separate menus. Guests can find their Cuban sandwich on the café side, for less than $6.

Photo via Havana’s Bistro Cafe Restaurant/Facebook

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Copacabana Cuban Cafe

320 Dora Drawdy Way, Mount Dora
Copacabana’s whole goal is to serve authentic Cuban food to Central Florida alongside an entertaining atmosphere. They are a three time winner of “Best Ethnic Restaurant” by Mount Dora Buzz, according to their website.

Photo via Copacabana Cuban Cafe/Facebook

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Black Bean Deli

1835 E. Colonial Drive
Black Bean Deli has two beautiful restaurants in Orlando: one in Mills 50, the other in Winter Park. Both are serving up beautiful Cubans for lunch - with a side of black beans, of course.

Photo via Black Bean Deli/Facebook1835 E. Colonial Drive
Black Bean Deli has two beautiful restaurants in Orlando, one in Mills 50, the other in Winter Park. Both are serving up beautiful Cubans for lunch - with a side of black beans, of course.

Photo via Black Bean Deli/Facebook

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Sofrito Latin Cafe

8607 Palm Parkway
Sofrito’s aims for all of its customers to feel at home, starting with their home-style Latin recipes and carrying through their hearty sandwiches.

Photo via Sofrito Latin Cafe/Instagram

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Meson Sandwiches

Multiple locations
This restaurant chain is based out of Puerto Rico, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have an amazing Cuban sandwich.

Photo via Meson Sandwiches/Website

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Cuba Libre

9101 International Drive, Pointe Orlando
Cuba Libre doesn’t just have good food, they serve up the whole experience. Try their twist on a Cuban sandwich.

Photo via Cuba Libre Restaurant/Instagram9101 International Drive, Pointe Orlando
Cuba libre doesn’t just have good food, they serve up the whole experience. Try their twist on a cuban sandwich.

Photo via Cuba Libre Restaurant/Instagram

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Los Autenticos Cuban Cafe

7339 E. Colonial Drive
Los Autenticos claims to have the best Cuban sandwich in Orlando, and from the looks of it, they might be right!

Photo via Los Autenticos Cuban Cafe/Facebook

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Rey’s Cuban Cafe

7800 S. US Highway 17-92, Casselberry
Rey’s offers a large variety of meals steeped in Cuban tradition and flavors and their sandwich is a standout.

Photo via Rey’s Cuban Cafe/Instagram

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Great Harvest Bread Co.

101 Lake Ave.
Great Harvest has taken the classic Cuban and created a twist featuring their own home-made bread. Customers can swap out for their favorite bread of choice.

Photo via Great Harvest Bread Co./Facebook

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Sobik’s Subs

4049 S. Orange Blossom Trail
Sobik’s is another restaurant that features a Cuban sandwich on their menu, amidst a variety of other food. And they certainly turn out a good-looking Cuban.

Photo via Sobik’s Subs/Facebook

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Zaza New Cuban Diner

Multiple locations
Zaza has five shops across Orlando, Lake Mary and Altimonte Springs. The owners are the third generation serving Cuban American cuisine, much to Central Florida’s delight.

Photo via Zaza Cuban Diner/Instagram

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Cubabana’s Cafe

6760 Aloma Ave., Winter Park
A small Ma & Pop shop in Winter Park, Cubabana’s offers Cuban meals to enjoy for any meal- breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Photo via Cubabana’s Cafe/Facebook

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13586 Village Park Drive
The Padrino family brought their recipes from Cuba and have used them to build a Florida restaurant chain. Their Orlando menu features many Cuban traditional dishes, but makes room for this American-made sandwich.

Photo via Padrino’s Cuban Restaurant/Instagram

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Old Cuban Cafe

1672 N. Goldenrod Road
The Old Cuban Cafe has their main store on Goldenrod, as well as an express café on S. Goldenrod, and another branch on East Colonial. No matter where you are, you’re close to their amazing authentic Cuban sandwiches.

Photo via Old Cuban Cafe/Insta

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Cafe Pinar

730 Sand Lakes Road
Pinar opened in 2014 to serve authentic Cuban cuisine to Orlando, and seven years later they’re still standing. Stop by to try some of their amazing food, including that oh-so-good Cuban.

Photo via Cafe Pinar/Facebook

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Valisa Bakery

1654 N. Semoran Blvd.
Sweet treats, savory meals, and fresh baked bread- there’s not a lot more we can ask from a restaurant, and Valisa has it all covered.

Photo via Valissa Bakery/Website

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903 Mills Market

903 S. Mills Ave.
Mills Market is not marketing Cuban-specific food, but they are marketing delicious, comforting food, and the Cuban sandwich makes that list any day of the week.

Photo via 903 Mills Market/Instagram

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El Cubanito Subs

2301 N. Forsyth Road
Customers can either head over to their brick-and-mortar store, or follow their social media to find out where their food truck is to try their delicious Cubans.

Photo via El Cubanito Subs/Facebook

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Cuban Sandwiches To Go

1605 Lee Road
Cuban Sandwiches To Go have had almost three decades of experience creating their signature sandwich. Head over to Lee Road to check them out.

Photo via Cuban Sandwiches To Go/Facebook

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900 W. Lancaster Road
Talk about a good price- a Cuban sandwich at Cubanela only costs $6. 49. What can beat that?

Photo via Cubanela/Facebook

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20 places in Orlando to get amazing Cuban sandwiches (2024)


What is the most popular Cuban sandwich? ›

Pan con lechón is a traditional sandwich originating from Cuba, but it's also very popular in Miami. This pressed sandwich is made with Cuban bread, lechón roasted pork, butter, onions, and mojo sauce.

What is the world's most famous Cuban restaurant? ›

Versailles Restaurant, known as the World's Most Famous Cuban Restaurant, has been serving Cuban cuisine and culture to the local and international community for over five decades. Soon after it opened its doors in 1971, Versailles became the gathering place and unofficial town square for Miami's Cuban exiles.

What do Cubans call Cuban sandwiches? ›

In Cuba, there is a popular street food called “sandwich mixto”. The sandwich consists of roasted pork, ham, pickles, cheese, and mustard served on Cuban bread.

What is the best bread for a Cuban sandwich? ›

Cuban bread is a soft white bread made with lard. Look for it in Latin bakeries or groceries. If unavailable, use any not-too-crusty, soft white rolls, preferably with some lard or fat baked into them.

What are the 3 most popular foods in Cuba? ›

What are the most popular Cuban foods?
  • Ropa Vieja. Ropa Vieja, which translates to "old clothes," is a classic Cuban dish made from shredded beef stewed in a tomato-based sauce. ...
  • Cuban Sandwich. ...
  • Moros y Cristianos. ...
  • Lechon Asado. ...
  • Tostones. ...
  • Picadillo. ...
  • Arroz con Pollo. ...
  • Yuca con Mojo.
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What city is famous for its Cuban sandwiches? ›

The Cuban sandwich is at the center of a long-running friendly rivalry between Miami and Tampa. As part of that rivalry, the "Historic Tampa Cuban Sandwich" was designated the "signature sandwich of the city of Tampa" by the Tampa City Council in 2012.

What are 4 unique Cuban foods? ›

The Flavors and Heritage of Traditional Cuban Cuisine
  • Rice, Beans & Plantains. Like the origins of most native cuisine, ingredients are often determined by what's abundant and available. ...
  • Mojo Criollo. ...
  • Ropa Vieja. ...
  • Pescado, Gambas y Camarones. ...
  • Cuban Mix Sandwich, Cuban Toast & Pork. ...
  • Cuban Coffee. ...
  • Rum.

What state has the best Cuban food? ›

The Cuban influence on Florida cuisine can't be overstated; from croquetas to pastelitos to Cuban rice and beans, dishes from Florida's southernmost island neighbor appear on restaurant menus all throughout the state.

Who makes the best Cuban? ›

The 10 best Cuban cigars
  1. The Montecristo N°4. There's a reason why Montecristo N°4 is still the world's best-selling Havana. ...
  2. The Churchill of Romeo y Julieta. ...
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  4. The Cohiba Lanceros. ...
  5. The Upmann Magnum 50. ...
  6. The Partagas 8-9-8. ...
  7. Hoyo de Monterrey Hoyo de San Juan. ...
  8. Ramon Allones Specially Selected.
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Who invented Cuban sandwich? ›

Those in the first US Cuban community, in Tampa, believe that their ancestors are responsible for the invention of this sacred sandwich. They agree with all of the traditional ingredients; but if you're from Tampa, your Cuban sandwich has the added element of salami. Those in Miami say different.

What's the difference between a Cuban sandwich and a Cubano? ›

The Cuban sandwich, better known as a Cubano, begins with soft, slightly sweet Cuban bread. Heaps of heavily seasoned pork roast and sliced ham alternating between layers of Swiss cheese and sour pickles. The sandwich is cemented together with yellow mustard and a garlic butter schmear.

What is a Miami Cuban sandwich? ›

This pressed sandwich is a South Florida staple, and features sliced Cuban roast pork, sliced sweet ham, Swiss cheese, dill pickle chips, and yellow mustard, served on buttered and pressed Cuban bread.

What bread is closest to Cuban? ›

If you live near a Latino bakery, you will probably be able to find Cuban breads. Lacking these, the best substitute for pan cubano is the long, soft French or Italian breads you find at the supermarket (a high-quality bakery baguette is too crusty). Challah or brioche makes a good substitute for pan suave.

What is on Panera Cuban sandwich? ›

Cuban sandwich (artisan ham, shredded pork, Emmental Swiss, mustard, sweet & spicy pickles,artisan ciabatta) - Picture of Panera Bread, Gambrills - Tripadvisor.

What is the difference between a Cuban sandwich and a Tampa Cuban sandwich? ›

Tampa's version includes salami, and it might have a swipe of mayo, depending on who's making it. Each city uses differently-shaped bread. Those are about the only substantive differences. Now, most food historians agree the sandwich was invented in Tampa's Ybor City, but that's not the end of our story.

What is the most popular Cuban dish? ›

One of the most popular entrees in Cuban cuisine is ropa vieja. This stewed shredded beef dish is slow cooked in fresh tomatoes, onions, peppers, garlic and wine to create a mouthwatering meal. And following its origins, the dish is accompanied by white rice, black beans and sweet plantains.

What are the two types of Cuban sandwiches? ›

The difference between the two Cubano variations is minimal. Both Miami and Tampa versions share the classic Cubano structure discussed above of Cuban bread, ham, Cuban roast pork, Swiss cheese, and pickles, but the Tampa version features a layer of Genoa salami, the Miami version does not.


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