Peruvian sandwiches are a thing of beauty. They may look simple, but the combination of country ham or crispy pork belly on a warm roll with some sarsa criolla just can’t be beat. Mr. & Mrs. Bun in West Kendall continues the tradition of the “sánguche” while adding their own creative touches and a little bit of Miami flair. The husband and wife team scrap the traditional pan francés rolls in favor of their own homemade creation. Stick to the classics here, like their butifarra made with homemade Peruvian-style country ham that’s been marinated for 48 hours. The comforting triple sandwich - a triple-decker egg, tomato, and avocado on homemade pan de molde bread - is also excellent and brings me back to nibbling sanguchitos on a park bench in Miraflores. Simply put, this place makes the best Peruvian pan de molde bread in Miami, and the homemade mayo that keeps the triple together really distinguishes it from anywhere else in town.
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