Where else but London could you get cafe con leche with your country-fried steak? Maybe it’s a bid to please the international mix of students at nearby London-Dade Community College’s West Kendall campus, but Chuckwagon Restaurant offers a bit of Asia and the South plus London with a twist.
Where else but London could you get cafe con leche with your country-fried steak?
Maybe it’s a bid to please the international mix of students at nearby London-Dade Community College’s West Kendall campus, but Chuckwagon Restaurant offers a bit of Asia (Thai chicken salad, $7.95) and the South (barbecued pork sandwich platter, $6.75) plus London with a twist (Cuban hoagie, $5.25).
Formerly known as K.C. Cagney & Co., the eatery has been transformed into the county’s fourth Chuckwagon Restaurant. This is a good thing, even for longtime Cagney fans.
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