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Snout and Co.?

equinoise Oct 11, 2011 12:19 PM

Any opinions on this food truck, advertising both Cuban and Southern American cuisine?

I liked the Cuban truck that used sit at 90th and Aurora, which I think has since moved away.

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    forkit Oct 11, 2011 02:00 PM

    I just ate there and had a half a South Carolina style barbecue pork and a half Cuban sandwich. Of the two I liked the Cuban ($7) best and the pork sandwich ($6) wasn't as flavorful as I might have hoped although it had a generous amount of tender meat. (Those prices are for whole sanwiches.)

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    1. re: forkit
      bwalton Oct 11, 2011 02:32 PM

      I had the Seattle Cuban (red onion and mango sauce $7). It was an average sandwich. If I want a Cuban sandwich, I'll go to Paseo to get a thousand times more flavor for an additional $1.50

      1. re: bwalton
        GreenYoshi Oct 11, 2011 02:33 PM

        So, do they sell real Cuban sandwiches or Paseo style "Cuban" sandwiches?

        1. re: GreenYoshi
          bwalton Oct 11, 2011 02:40 PM

          I don't know what qualifies as 'real' Cuban, but Snout & Co. use a pressed flatbread and the pork was dry.

          1. re: GreenYoshi
            forkit Oct 11, 2011 05:12 PM

            Mine was pressed and had pork and ham.

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