Why are we telling you to drive to Redland? Because it’s where the best pan con minuta we’ve ever eaten is. Reyes is a big open-air straw hut that sells local produce, honey, and fresh juices. But you’re coming here for Cuban food. Everything is hyper-local. The minuta is from a nearby fish farm, and you can thank Redland pigs for your lechon. Plus, portions are huge. They give you so much shredded vaca frita, it’s hard to close the styrofoam box it comes in. But we’re willing to make the drive again for that pan con minuta. The minuta is meaty, the onions are vinegary, and the potato sticks are crunchy. End your meal with some dulce de leche cortada with sugary milk curds that squeak when you bite them.