**Sadly, this restaurant is now closed**
Pal Cabron was the perfect way to celebrate “National Sandwich Day” (11/3/10), but of course I’d eat this cemita EVERY day if I could!
A cemita is a Mexican sandwich that originated in the city of Puebla. Lucky for me, my friend Bricia owns TWO Cemita shops right here in L.A. (links below). Pictured above: La Cabrona w Quesillo cheese: Beef & Head Cheese
Pal Cabron doesn’t just sell sandwiches (it’s so much more)! A clayuda (or Tlayuda) is sort of like an Oaxacan pizza. I first tried it a few months back with the awesome StreetGourmetLA (aka Bill Esparza). I’m now addicted to the stringy Queso Oaxaca cheese. Pictured above: Clayudas Combinada
Thankfully, my friends Julie and Brent joined me for this Pal Cabron FEAST, which included trying out several new drinks from Natura Bar next door. I’m not a fan of sugary drinks (any sweets really), so I really loved the subtle, fresh flavors.