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100 Montaditos Restaurant Review: Always bustling, this casual-chic midtown Miami cerveceria, which does indeed (as its name says) serve 100 different Spanish-accented mini-sandwiches, is the first U.S. location of a trendy chain from Spain. Even those on a ramen noodle budget can afford to eat out often when prices range from $1-$3 per three-bite treat. Surprisingly, even the cheapest single-ingredient montaditos feature quality meats and cheeses, like Spain’s prosciutto-like Serrano ham, chistorra (Navarre-style sausage), smoked salmon or blue cheese, and the classic proprietary baguette has an appealingly crunchy crust and soft-crumbed interior. For the big bucks, diners get more complicated combinations on whole-grain or double-fermented baguettes: calamari with piquillo peppers and mayo; Brie with cranberries, arugula, and honey-Dijon dressing. Other sandwiches feature proteins like roast beef, shrimp or grilled chicken, and there are numerous tasty vegetarian options, thanks to superior condiments. For dessert: chocolate montaditos, natch. To accompany, imported beers plus wine and sangría.