Miami’s Chilean population may be on the smaller side (think in the tens of thousands versus hundreds of thousands), but this spot has provided a consistent food homebase for the community for decades. And we’re glad they’re around as the menu provides a great introduction to this lesser known cuisine, which has a strong sandwich tradition. The most classic options are the chacarero, a steak and green beans sandwich with avocado and mayo; the lomito, a pork loin sandwich with avocado and mayo; and the barros luco, a steak sandwich with melted provolone. That avocado and mayo combo is a popular addition known as Italiano style. And while you’re here, make sure to try Chilean pisco, the national spirit of Chile. Don’t confuse it with Peruvian pisco. Differences in terroir, grape varietal, distillation, aging, and bottling processes make this a unique product all its own.
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