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Hi guys! This is David of David's Been Here.com and I hope you're hungry because today I'm teaming up with Triposo to show you the top 5 Cuban sandwiches in Miami. Triposo is a travel app that I've used in my travels to find hotels, restaurants, sights and activities. I love that I can create my own city guides and that it works offline so I don't have to worry about data charges. Today I'm using it in my hometown of Miami to search for the best Cuban sandwiches in the city! As you know Miami has a huge Cuban-American community, and here, people take their Cuban sandwiches very seriously. First stop is Versailles, the most famous Cuban restaurant in the world. It's is a family-owned restaurant since 1971 and it's located on Calle Ocho. For decades Versailles has been ground zero for the Cuban-American exile community and a gathering point for anti-Castro protests. This is also the place to come for classic Cuban cuisine. Nicole Valls, a 3rd generation owners explains what a Cuban sandwich is and how they put theirs together. I personally like eating my Cuban sandwich with a cafesito, a very strong Cuban coffee! Next up were heading to El Rey de las Fritas, also on Calle Ocho. A frita isn't like a typical Cuban sandwich, but it is a sandwich and its Cuban so I'm into it! Angelina the owner tells us that a frita is a burger with Cuban flavors. Their ingredients are a secret! They also add onions and fries on top! Follow me as I continue along Calle Ocho to Sarussi Subs, which is also mentioned by the Triposo App as having an awesome Cuban sandwich. Sarussi Subs has been around for over 50 years and has been featured on Travel Channel's Man v. Food. You better come hungry to this place because I hear their Cuban sandwich is enormous! Now we head to nearby Downtown Miami to see what's cooking at Sparky's Roadside Barbecue. Here they call it the Expatriate Sandwich. Hans the owner explains to us that the secret to their Cuban sandwich is that they cure, roast and saute the pork! Last but not least my Triposo app is recommending Cane a Sucre, which means Sugarcane in French. This place puts a French twist on the classic Cuban sandwich. Mark the manager breaks down the ingredients they use. The biggest difference is that they use a French baguette and aioli. Now you've experienced Miami's top 5 Cuban sandwich spots. You can get this and many more mini guides on the Triposo Travel App. Get Triposo today in the app store or in the Google Play store for iOS or Android.

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