The Butcher Shop's pan con lechón uses house-made bread.
Photo by Zachary Fagenson
The Butcher Shop's pan con lechón uses house-made bread.

The Butcher Shop

The Butcher Shop serves one of Miami-Dade's best pan con lechón sandwiches, served on Cuban rolls baked daily. They create a sandwich that, when pressed, crisps into an impossibly thin crust, akin in texture to the Indian lentil crackers called papadum. The interior holds its juice, propped up by a shot of doctored mojo sauce called "mojito," which is also available in a squirt bottle on the counter where customers sit.

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