I was not expecting much, but the bbq pork banh mi was amazing. The banh mi was huge (I had to save the other half for dinner), the mayo was tasty and there was a decent amount of pork. The pickled veggies were tasty, not...More
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I had intended to visit the Bahn Mi Saigon Bakery on previous visits to New York but had never made it. This time, I finally got to try what has been described as New York’s Best Asian Sandwich. Located at 198 Grand Street in Chinatown,...More
I visited here after a mention in the Rough Guide book of New York. I had a shredded pork bun and I wasn't disappointed, it was packed full of fresh vegetables and herbs and delicious marinated meat. In fact it was so good I queued...More
Again I got the Curry Chicken. I had the choice to have it spicy or not. The spicy is not too strong. Not at all. The sandwich is huge for $5.75. Good to get there early because seating is limited.
This place must be famous for its sandwich which I realised later. I am not a great fan of sandwich so I tried some Vietnamese noodles and I never had such a bland food in my life. I would never recommend this place to anyone.
Really cheap and quick sandwiches. The food quality was good and the area was clean. It was nice to actually to be able to sit inside to get away from the heat.
Very clean restaurant with pretty good open space. They only take cash. I got the BBQ pork bahn mi. It was okay but considering it's only $4.50 it's better than any other I've tried in Manhattan and Brooklyn. The bahn mi has ground pork, with...More
The sandwiches are fantastic. Simple as that. It's a basic place. It does great food. Look here's the perspective - last night I ate at gramercy tavern and that was excellent but was 60 bucks for a starter and a main. Today I ate for...More
Service was a bit rude, and I did experience good service elsewhere in Chinatown, so it is not warranted. The place is always packed with long waiting lines, so perhaps the lady was feeling stressed. The bahn mi was good, but not better than the...More