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Posted by Paige on 04/26/2013
I was walking around Chinatown yesterday when I stumbled upon this very shop. After some hesitation I went inside. I sat down and was happily surprised by their free and yummy tea. It wasn't green tea but it was good. I ordered their chicken sandwich at the table and it was fantastic. You can taste the French influence in their food for the better. It's kind of how you taste French influecne in New Orlean's Creole and Cajun combos. The BBQ style chicken, fresh veggies, cilantro, and baguette worked great together. Will go again for sure.
Posted by Queen TEE on 12/15/2011
#5 grilled pork bahn mi is probably my favorite, but the other ones are all great as well. So are the green tea waffles, the pork in puff pastry, the grilled chicken/pork over rice, and the pork summer rolls here are cheaper and tastier then many of the restaurants in the area. If you don't see what you want out, they will make it for you to order. The service can be brusque if it is busy, but I find that part of the efficiency of the place. After you go there for a while they will remember you and are very friendly, which doesn't happen at every business in this neighborhood.
Posted by hester st neighbor on 02/20/2010
the vietnamese iced coffee is EXCELLENT! The sandwiches are pretty good too. they use very fresh ingredients. the order takers are pretty rude. but its probably because im chinese. but you should really try the food its good.
Posted by bingo on 03/30/2009
I got the bbq pork sandwich, which is much different than the ones served at Sau Voi. The meat is bright red, which made it look raw, but it wasn't. The bread was not good at all. I can't believe that this is fresh bread. It was like weeks old bread that was toasted. Crumbled like a cracker. Sandwich was okay.
Posted by Jacquelyn on 01/22/2009
I've walked by this place for 3 years and never stopped in. I finally went one cold night with my boyfriend and we're both so glad we did. He had the Vietnamese Meat Ball Baguette & I had the Vegetarian Chicken Baguette. Both were out of control delicious from fresh hot n crusty bread (and it was the end of the night!) to the fresh crisp veggies, the sandwich was finger lickin from start to finish. I reluctantly took home their cream puffs (not a big fan) and was surprised at how light and tasty they were...more cheesy less sugary sweet. Perfect for a unique meal on a tight budget.
Posted by sa on 01/08/2009
i find that most of these sandwiches can be purchased at any vietnamese restaurant and for cheaper, more fillings. paris sandiwch is good but its just a sandwich shop with nothing really unique about it. if you just want a place to sit and quicky grab a sandwich then by all means this is the place to do it. theyre pretty quick making it so no real need to wait. but if you want to have nice seating, that is not possible
Posted by J on 10/24/2008
The sandwiches are great and authentic - some of the best I have had in New York. The grilled pork baguette is especially amazing. And it's all cheap too!