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Posted by Anonymous on 04/29/2008
The bahn mi sandwiches are off the hook. You cant beat it for $3.75. There is not much as far as atmosphere and there are only a few tables to sit and eat. However, if you are in the mood for some cheap eats that really hit the spot, check this place out.
Posted by abinky1 on 12/26/2007
Probably the best banh around! Sandwiches were flavorful and very fresh. You can have it as spicy as you like or not at all. I would go here as an alternative from fast food Chinese. The sandwiches were huge and a great value. They also have great salads and malay jan. There are 3 small benches towards the back of the jewelry/crystal store if you decide to eat in, but the majority of customers take out. The lack of atmosphere is made up in the outstanding quality of the banhs.
Posted by Kyle on 11/22/2007
If you have been searching for a yummy Vietnamese Sandwich look no further! Bahn Mi's top all others I have eaten in the city. Whether you go for the chicken, pork or veggie all are excellent, cheap and you can't beat the uniqueness of the locale.
Posted by bklyngrl on 07/16/2007
ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS. The only other place with HUGE delicious viet sandwiches like this, that i've tasted, is Bale in Hawaii. I ate it every single day and never tired of it...but in nyc....it was never the same...UNTIL i found this place! Great price (considering it's NYC. P.S. i've only tried the Pork one.
Posted by Seth on 05/23/2007
It seems more and more Vietnamese sandwich places are popping up, some even in midtown, but this remains the best in my eyes. Currently, I've tried at least 4 other places and they are always a lesser sandwich, both in size and in the quality of the ingredients. As others have mentioned, I had to give the atmosphere a low score since it is just a take out shop and gets reallly crowded at times. Yes, it really is in the back of a jewelry store, but it's really not as bad as it sounds. I generally just buy the pork Banh Mi, but the vegetarians I know also rave about the Buddhist version. My family has hired me as their delivery man to NJ, but I never get a tip...sigh
Posted by Anonymous on 05/22/2007
Simply the best bahn mi I have ever had. Not to mention it is enormous in size and cheap to boot.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/08/2007
The sandwiches are great, I gave everything a five just to bump up the score, although it doesn't really deserve a five in atmosphere because it's take-out only is in the back of a jewelry store. Regardless, the sandwiches are delicious, and cheap ($3.25 for a pork sandwich, which is the tastiest). Highly recommended