A great little restaurant catering to locals, etc. 5 spicy chicken and the combo were our choice sandwiches economically friendly and a bustling lunch crowd.
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I had the pork belly option and it was quite good. The pork was tender and juicy, the veggies were fresh and plentiful. It wasn't super flavorful or spicy so some siracha definitely helped but overall I would definitely go again. Disclaimer: This was my...More
I got the Saigon peanut bowl and it was very fresh but lacked flavor! Also one piece of the the chicken was slightly overdone and a little chewy. Too bad! I think they could improve with a little effort as the ingredients were fresh but...More
What's distinctive about Vietnamese sandwiches (bánh mì) is the pickled carrot and radish. The content of the sandwich doesn't matter - it could be pork, chicken, pâté (never steak, though - Saigon ain't Philly!) - but the nước mắm fish sauce with which to pickle...More
We passed by this restaurant and saw delicious corns with spicy sauce on them so we decided to try. Banh mi was not crunchy. I donot like pork with fat and skin in my banh mi. They advertised broiled corns but I thought they were...More
This is a fun little restaurant with good sandwiches that are a take on the Vietnamese Bahn Mi. They offer a spicy and non-spicy version of each of their sandwiches, so it's even good for people who are a little less adventurous. The prices are...More
I wanted a quick bite, nothing too fancy. That's easier said than done in that part of Fillmore. I had the Lemongrass Pork with House Mayo Banh Mi. It was brought to my table. It was not large, pretty tasty. It cost over $9, which...More