Little Havana's Versailles Restaurant has been consistently coveted for their Cuban cuisine since they opened in 1971. Today, patrons still visit Versailles for their traditional dishes, most notably their incredibly classic Cubano, which has, according proprietor Felipe Valls, only ever been made one way, exactly as tradition dictates.
In its Eater Elements feature, Eater National breaks down the work and ingredients that have kept Versailles' Cuban sandwich so popular. Learn why the bread tastes so good, the secret behind the sweet ham and the surprisingly complex grilling process that makes Versailles' Cuban sandwiches an iconic Miami treat.
· The Cuban Sandwich at Versailles in Miami's Little Havana [EN]
· All Coverage of Versailles on Eater [EMIA]