Had lunch recently at Media Noche, a recently opened Cuban restaurant in the Mission near 19th and Valencia. Counter service - you order and get a number flag, and they bring your order out to you.
I had the Cubano ($12.50), which is a classic Cuban sandwich with roasted marinated pork, pickles, ham, Swiss cheese, and mustard within two slices of Cuban bread, pressed and grilled. Haven’t been to Tampa or Miami to try them there, so can’t speak for authenticity, but this was a good sandwich. Roast pork was tender and flavorful, and it was well grilled, the bread was compressed and crispy. I applied a little of their greenish hot sauce which was quite potent.
Also had a guava pastelito, which is a puff pastry with a guava filling. They had two types on a plate on display at the counter - one with cheese and one without. I just got the regular one without cheese ($4.50), which was pretty good. Guava filling was maybe a little too sweet for my taste. The pastry was good and flaky.