72. Turkey and Prosciutto With Fresh Mozzarella at La Sandwicherie

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time of year again when we count down to New Times' Best of Miami 2012 issue in

June. Until then, Short Order will serve up 100 of our favorite dishes in the

305. If you have any nominations of your own, please send them to cafe@miaminewtimes.com.

72. Turkey and Prosciutto With Fresh Mozzarella at La Sandwicherie

"This is not a sandwich; it is a Sandwicherie," co-owner Olivier Farrat says. "We are the best."

Farrat may have plenty to boast about. His sub shop, tucked in an alley between Collins and Washington avenues on 14th

Street, has stuck around through Miami's toughest economic times and despite rivals copying

its style. The ingredients are simple, much like you would see in any

modern-day sub shop, but they are the freshest produce Farrat and company can find.

The fresh mozzarella has the finest texture and purest taste, almost like whole

milk in a ball, and the famous French vinaigrette complements the toppings with

a little bite to contrast its creamy texture. Any sandwich here is

good, but we chose the turkey and prosciutto ($9.95) as a perfect mix of varying

tastes to accentuate the burst of flavor from the toppings. You can get it in

either a long baguette sub style or on a toasted croissant, as many patrons prefer. With another location just opened in Brickell, there is even more opportunity to tantalize your taste buds.

100 Favorites Dishes

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74. Kobe Burger at CG Burgers

75. Brie Mozzarella Sticks at the Local

76. Paleta de Elote at La Michoacana Paleteria

77. Strawberry Fields Roll at I Love Sushi

79. Pork Rillettes at Buena Vista Deli

80. Chicken Fricassee at Le Bouchon Du Grove

81. Bacon & Egg Udon at Gigi

82. Wagyu Gunkan at SushiSamba Dromo

83. Grilled Tiger Prawns at Mare Nostrum

84. The Lokal Burger at Lokal

85. Porchetta Sandwich at Salumeria 104
86. Nitro Ice Cream at Haven Gastro-Lounge
87. Red Burger at Red Restaurant

88. Carnitas Torta at Mercadito's Taqueria

89. Bone Marrow Ropa Vieja at Eating House
90. Mushroom-Crusted Grouper at the River Seafood & Oyster Bar

91. Crispy Pork and Onion Salad at Hiro's Yakko-San

92. Moqueca Brazileira at Pearl Restaurant & Lounge

93. Corvina at Edge Steak and Bar

94. Spiked Frrrozen Hot Chocolate at Serendipity 3

95. Egg Custard Tart With Black Truffles at Philip Ho
96. Soft Pretzels at Mister Collins
97. Serrano Ham Croquettes at Crazy About You

98. The Elena Ruth Sandwich at Sergio's

99. Chow Fun at Chow Down Grill

100. Grilled Artichoke at Peacock Garden Cafe

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