“Fresh delicious Vietnamese sandwiches on a warm French baguette for under $4.”
Get your sandwich and lotto at the same place.
I've tried a couple of Banh Mi places, so far this place is ranking up there.
Tried the house special (dac biet). The crunchy/chewy roll was about 8 inches long and stuffed with the classic ham and pork roll. I didn't see any pate but there was a white sauce like mayo and it somehow works! The veggies were perfectly crunchy and pickled. Asking for it spicey gets you a few squirts of Sriracha.
Doesn't get any better, especially at $4 each!
CLOSED!!!. Oldest running shop in Chinatown only recently closed.
A Vietnamese bodega serves up tasty banh mi.. New York’s first ever banh mi shop has been serving quality sandwiches since 1994--albeit alongside cigarette cartons and a lottery ticket machine. Sau Voi offers over a dozen different variations on the traditional banh mi sandwich, like the so-called #16: A combination of barbecued chicken, pate and pickled vegetables. Production of sandwiches from a deli counter with less surface area than a hot dog cart is nothing short of remarkable. The bargains on banh mi at this Chinatown shop are as good as any you’ll find on Canal Street.
Incredible Vietnamese Sandwiches.
Fresh delicious Vietnamese sandwiches on a warm French baguette for under $4. Who could ask for more? Try the ham pate and turkey with vegetables, lemongrass and hot sauce. And if you're looking for a Vietnamese CD or iced coffee or ladies' undergarments this is the place for you.
This is the kind of place that New York City was made for.
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