Sunday, June 5, 2016
El Super Pan Latino Sandwiches & Bar (Atlanta, GA)
Ponce City Market, 675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308, United States
El Super Pan Latino Sandwiches & Bar is an upscale sandwich bar by a quite famous chef in the food & restaurant hall in the hip and expensive Ponce City Market, a completely renovated historical building that is quickly establishing itself as the center of the gentrified Old Fourth Ward. They mainly serve a couple of sandwiches and sides from South America.
I decide to go for the classic, the Cuban Mixto ($12), a mixture of Cuban roasted pork, ham, salami, pickles and yellow mustard on pressed Cuban bread (I opt for without the Swiss cheese). Great flavors, but excessive meat. M gets the Medio Dia ($14), which comes with a massive amount of clover ham on Adobo roasted pork, chicharron, chayote pickles, and pineapple habanero mustard on a submarine roll. Again, very flavorful, but too much meat. We also get two sides: Anchovies & Tomato Bread ($3), which are a couple thin but very tasty slices, and Maduros ($3), which are more hearty than sweet, and a bit greasy.
El Super Pan is overall very tasty, but there is too much meat which also makes it very expensive.