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  • Vietnamese, Sandwiches
  • 254 W 108th St, New York NY10025 40.8026871 -73.9670482
  • (Btwn Broadway & Amsterdam Ave)
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  • (212) 510-8725
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

4.405
Food 4.4 Value 4.7
Service 4.8 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 510-8725
Notes:
Delivery Fee ($2) (Other Areas & East Side) Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Daily: 11am-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
95th to 125th St

User Reviews

  • Quick & Quality Sandwich

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/04/2013

    Best food ever!

    Great environment, good service no mistakes.

  • Quick & Quality Sandwich

    Posted by Davey Boy on 12/04/2012

    Very good place

    Decided to try this place because I love Viet food and was surprised to see there was one nearby. Because I was a new customer, they delivered to me, even though I was a couple of blocks out of bounds, and delivery was fast. Food was excellent (their fried chicken fingers were DELICIOUS!). Ban mih was pretty good, and the Viet iced tea was also as good as I've ever had. Polite on the phone, fast delivery, tasty food, decent prices. This place gets an A from me.

  • Quick & Quality Sandwich

    Posted by Danny on 09/08/2012

    Delicious

    I just had a delicious QQ Sandwich at this little Vietnamese sandwich shop. A QQ Sandwich is ham, meatballs, paté, cilantro, pickled slaw, and mayo on French bread. The flavors and textures of this big sandwich melded together nicely. The man behind the counter couldn't have been friendlier. I hope this place survives; I'll surely be back.

  • Quick & Quality Sandwich

    Posted by SamTuts on 03/03/2012

    Finally!

    People, this is the only banh mi place on the upper west. Hell, it's probably the only one above 14th street. Oh yeah, and it rocks! I've gotten four sandwiches from them in the past two days (one to stay, one to go), and I'll probably be back tomorrow. After that I'll probably have to take a break, but you know I'll be back next week! The classic banh mi is excellent. If you want something a bit more filling, go for the QQ sandwich (banh mi with Asian meatballs). This place had better do amazing business, because they have zero competition for miles!

  • Quick & Quality Sandwich

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/25/2012

    Wow! Banh Mi

    I've been reading about these sandwiches for a while, but don't like to go downtown too far :) This is a great little place that should be on your radar if you live in the neighborhood. I've had the pork sandwich twice now; the meat is nearly fat-free and tasty and the pickled carrots and radish are great. I asked for extra corainder and didn't notice a difference. The 2.5 for atmosphere reflects the fact that they have only a few stools. It's really best for takeout, and I have not tried delivery yet, but the guys are super friendly.

  • Quick & Quality Sandwich

    Posted by anonymous on 02/09/2012

    The Banh Mi drought is over!

    Don't be fooled by the name--this is a Banh Mi establishment, and that couldn't make me happier. It's on W. 108th St. just east of Broadway, heading toward Amsterdam. Primarily a take-out place; although you could eat at the small window bar, it's doesn't have atmosphere per se. But on to the food: I'm a big banh mi fan, and have long rued its limited availability in the 'hood...or really anywhere in NYC. Quick and Quality offers a darn fine version. Excellent french rolls--fresh, light but slightly chewy, and just the right filling-to-bread ratio. I sampled the "QQ sandwich" - a combination of the classic ham/pate/pork plus an excellent pork meatball. The basics were great, but the meatballs made it memorable - nothing like the italian version--very light and well spiced, asian-style. There was an ample helping of pickled carrot/daikon/cucumber, and a slightly-sweeter-than usual dressing (very tasty), plus a few sprigs of cilantro, and at the customers choosing, jalapenos. My only niggle, and it's minor, would be to ask for more cilantro and hot pepper next time. The menu has some other items (salad, wings, fries, calamari), but the star here is the banh mi, and it's well worth a visit. At $5.95-6.75, it's a steal (these are big sandwiches), and one of the best take-out options in the neighborhood.

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