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Posted by reviewer on 2010-03-15
I passed this place many times but never around lunch time to try it. I am a huge fan of vietnamese traditional sandwiches and have found a few good places in the city.
I ordered a traditional sandwich and also a chicken spring roll, since I love sprin
Posted by Jojo on 2009-08-19
The restaurant is a good option for people who work in midtown. It's not fabulous nor authentic, but it tastes good!
Posted by slimgirlthatlikesfood on 2009-08-04
Im a fish-eating vegetarian so passed this place many times assuming they didnt have anything i'd eat. I finally reviewed their menu and saw a tuna sandwich or wrap - EXCELLENT. No mayo but their is a sauce that is used instead. Great flavor and the amoun
Posted by UWS Restaurant Hound on 2009-06-25
In a desert of good lunch places, this place truly stands out as a favorite. Both the sandwiches and lunchboxes boast really fresh ingredients, ample portions, and fantastic flavor. For under $10, you get a great lunch. Perhaps it's not authentic, but
Posted by anonymous on 2009-02-17
I have never had a Vietnamese sandwich before and judging from some reviews I still haven't. I can only judge them by how I liked it and I really did. The first time I went I had the banh mi and I have since had the BBQ Pork sandwich as well. I thought th
Posted by rocky on 2008-10-31
Look, I know we're not in Chinatown, we're midtown, so I'm not comparing Boi's sandwiches to real Vietnamese sandwiches, but instead taking them at simple face value.
That said, they're not so good. The Bahn Mi sandwiches are WAY too bready.
Posted by LT on 2008-05-07
The sandwiches are decent and the prices are what they are, considering this is midtown and not Chinatown. If you work in midtown and are lucky enough to have a 2 hour lunch, then better to go to Chinatown to get the real stuff. But for me, this isn't b
Posted by Yearning for Vietnamese food on 2008-04-02
Vietnam was a French colony for many years, and baguettes are sold by baguette street vendors in Vietnam, and cafe au lait is part of their culture. I agree with Woodstock: The menu may not be entirely authentic, but I welcome an unusual alternative to t