If you want an actual Cuban sandwich, grab a Medianoche, or midnight sandwich. While it features similar ingredients as a Cubano, it does have a softer exterior, a.k.a. an egg dough bread reminiscent of Challah.
Medianoches were often served at midnight in Cuba, hence the name.
If you’re looking for a traditional Indian dish you can find in the States and India alike, try Goan Fish Curry, which expertly combines Indian and Portuguese cooking styles.
But Cacio e Pepe does. With a mixture of cheese and pepper, this pasta dish offers up a simple blend of creaminess, spice, and a little central Italian comfort.
That’s the meat left behind on the tuna’s skeleton. Instead, order up Tuna Nigiri, one of Japan’s most popular sushi dishes. It’s simple, which means each flavor shines and you’ll get a better cut of tuna than you would in a roll.
Put your chopsticks away; Nigiri is meant to be eaten by hand.
Sopes on the other hand are traditional Mexican street grub. The small pinched disks of fried masa, or corn flour dough, are ready to be topped with whatever your heart desires.