Papo Llega Y Pon is a sandwich counter in Allapattah that serves a great and simple pan con lechon. Both the small and medium size clock in under $10 - and the small (about six or eight inches, we’d guess) was plenty for us during a quick lunch break. It’s a simple sandwich: shredded lechon, diced white onions, a little mojo and hot sauce, and soft Cuban bread. Places like this are becoming harder and harder to find in the City of Miami, so pay them a visit and whisper “thank you” into your sandwich.
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