Stopped by Herrara's in the Transportation building as I had never been there and was craving a quesadilla. I'm not sure what kind of pork they were using but it was a bit suspect. The whole thing was unweildy and oozing of grease and cheese. Included pico de gallo was bland and the sour cream had actually been watered down to the point is was fluid. Uhhh, no thanks.
Finally got a chance to stop by Chacarero for a steak/chicken combo with everything, extra hot sauce. Perhaps my bread was a bit old as it wasn't especially soft. I thought the sandwich in general was quite good but not nessarily a destination sandwich. I would go there about once a month if I worked in the area. Their hot sauce, which I need to further investigate, was freaking awesome and worth the trip alone. Spicy but not over powering. About $7 and change for the large combo. What is the difference between "original" and "B-B-Que" options for the sandwiches there?
Stopped by Miami Cafe in the South End again yesterday for two cubanos. I really like them now, but they could use some more roast pork. Very nice people too. $5/sandwich.