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Cafe Bunn Mi
Vietnamese Restaurant$
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417 Clement St San Francisco, CA 94118
417 Clement StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94118
(415) 668-8908
$Vietnamese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Vietnamese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Sandwich Shop
Takeout Restaurant
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This casual Inner Richmond spot offers a modern take on Vietnamese dishes. Cash only.- Google
"Definitely get the duck or the pork belly bun mi."
"Hands down my favorite Vietnamese sandwich place in San Francisco."
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Arga Ankan
a month ago
Delicious and cheap vietnamese food. We were recommended this place by the man in Woot Bear, and it didn't disappoint. Thanks for delicious food on our visit from Scotland
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Victoria P.
9 months ago
I came here during The Bold Italic's Clementime, though I didn't eat anything because I was going to have dinner with my roommates at a Thai place nearby. I decided to come back here recently on my own to try their tofu bowl with vermicelli noodles. For $8, it was a satisfying meal. The fish sauce was tasty, and the fried tofu came with a dried chili paste that went well with the fish sauce. I'd love to come back again and try their fish bang mi and sweet potato fries. The cafe has a few tables that can accommodate for a group of four, as well as bar seating that faces the street. The food comes out quickly, so it's a great place to go to if you're extremely hungry, or need to go.
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Staci Hoell
a year ago
The best Vietnamese sandwiches in San Francisco! The Buddha tofu sandwich is a great option for vegetarians, but I hear that the grilled pork sandwich is the way to go for omnivores. The sandwiches are $5 - so cheap. I love the papaya salad too! It is cash only, be prepared.
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Ingrid H
a year ago
Very low-key Vietnamese Cafe with bun/rice places, pho and the star attraction - the bun me sandwiches. Bun mi sandwiches are french-vietnamese sandwiches served on a toasted french roll that is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Thinking of the crunch sound that the bread makes when you bite into it is making my mouth water. Definitely get the duck or the pork belly bun mi. Nice family-run business.
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Jen Chou
7 months ago
My absolute favorite Vietnamese sandwich place in the city. Get the crispy duck bunn mi. You will not regret it. The duck is super flavorful and extra crispy. The sandwich is ENORMOUS and even though I always tell myself that I'll just eat half, I always end up finishing it. Yes, it is that delicious. My other favorites are the BBQ chicken pho and the bun rieu. The BBQ chicken pho is basically a bowl of plain pho with a side of 2 extra large pieces of chicken. The chicken is so flavorful and juicy, especially the skin! And the bun rieu always hits the spot when I'm craving some noodle soup.
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Max Tsui
10 months ago
So after experiencing Dinosaur and falling in love with Vietnamese sandwhiches, I was told to try this place. It was cheaper, ,and it was way better, packed with more intense flavors and authenticity. However, it is cash only but worth it!
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Jenny Dorsey
a year ago
Favorite Vietnamese joint in SF to date. The BBQ Lemongrass Pork Pho is a fantastic and flavorful take on traditional pho, the Fish Banh Mi is moist and not greasy, the Bun Bo Hue is delightfully aromatic. Quick and friendly service, inexpensive pricing, big portions too!
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Veasna Hang
a year ago
Cafe Bunn Mi serves up Vietnamese food in a non traditional way, which in this case is a good thing. It really does feel more like a French Cafe than a Vietnamese restaurant, especially with their focus being on their Banh Mi selection. You'll get non-traditional fillings such as Crispy Duck and Pork Belly (with HB egg), both of which I found delicious. They also serve up noodles soups, try the Bun Rieu because its rare to find a decent Bun Rieu in SF, and this one is not bad at all.
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