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Binh Minh Sandwiches
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7821 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97206 USA
7821 Southeast Powell BoulevardUSOregonPortland97206
+1 503-777-2245
$Vietnamese Restaurant, Sandwich Shop
Vietnamese Restaurant
Sandwich Shop
Takeout Restaurant
Authentic Vietnamese Sandwiches
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Counter-serve sandwich source turns out Vietnamese banh mi in a bare-bones interior.- Google
"Sandwiches are excellent and the beef stew is fantastic!"
"Small, family run Banh Mi sandwich shop and bakery on SE Powell near 82nd."
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JP Freeman
a month ago
I love banh mi sandwiches
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Mike Perkins
a year ago
Small, family run Banh Mi sandwich shop and bakery on SE Powell near 82nd. This place seriously kills Best Baguette's bread with soft on the inside, crispy on the outside house made french baguettes and fresh ingredients that just make for a better sandwich than rock hard bread and chewy meat. I always get the number 10 (grilled pork) and have yet to try the soups, which seems to be a traditional favorite. Nice assortment of pastries, steamed BBQ pork buns, and homemade desserts for a ridiculously cheap price. Very small place so seating is limited, but its never that busy since most get orders to go. Very friendly owners and they make your sandwiches fast, (although they are kinda small sandwiches for the average appetite) so you might wanna get two or a couple other things, but the bright side is you wont be breaking the bank, as most items are no more than $4.
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Kristina Kern
3 years ago
The sandwiches I've consumed from Binh Minh Bakery are good or better than Best Baguette. I can't speak for other patrons. My sandwiches were not dry and the service was not cold. I know it sounds awfully like a Quizno's ad, but just because Binh Minh's toasts their baguette, but makes for a better sandwich. I like how the bread crackles. Binh Minh's sandwiches are a little less expensive (not that $3.00 is pricey) and a little bit smaller than Best Baguettes.
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Erik OBanion
5 years ago
The vegetarian bahn mi from Binh Minh, is absolutely AMAZING. Here's a tip: If you're eating them at the restaurant it's great if they toast the bread (they aren't as good un-toasted). But if you're bringing them home to eat I would highly suggest you have the sandwich made...but not toasted. Toast it at home for a few minutes in your oven or toaster oven. Otherwise, if you have them toasted at the restaurant and bring them home to eat they will be overly crunchy (the texture of the bread will resemble a cracker, rather than freshly toasted baguette). But that's not a complaint. It's just like if you make put the bread in the toaster, and eat it when it comes out of the toaster. You don't toast bread, wait a few hours for it to get cold and dry, then eat it; because that's a recipe for croutons not toast. If you're super hardcore, you can even scoop the insides of the sandwich out and put it on a plate whilst toasting the bread (because the vegetarian sandwich isn't usually hot inside when made at the restaurant).
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Tony Dicken
9 months ago
Terrific food, fast service. Best banh mi of my life so far.
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Mike Kennedy
a year ago
Delicious! I've made the rounds of the bahn mi sandwiches around 82nd Ave and this is the best one.
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Kyle Smith
9 months ago
Amazing prices amazing food.
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mike purvis
6 months ago
Their baguette is the best ever


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