BROOKLYN - Delicious, juicy and unique sandwiches are a hidden secret for many Brooklyn residents, and there's one that's standing out above all the rest.
The New York Eater recently released a list of the 10 craziest sandwiches across the city, but you'll only find one of its picks in Brooklyn.
To sink your teeth into the borough's craziest sandwich, head over to Puebla de Los Angeles Deli, a little bodega on 5th Avenue in South Slope that offers the Cemita Cubana.
The Cemita Cubana is made on seasoned bread with beans, lettuce, tomato, avocado, Oaxaca cheese, sausage, ham and milanesa beef.
The owners say the sandwich is from their hometown of Puebla, Mexico.