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Banh Mi Saigon
Vietnamese Restaurant$
Today 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
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198 Grand St New York, NY 10013
198 Grand StUSNYNew York10013
(212) 941-1541banhmisaigonnyc.com
$Vietnamese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Vietnamese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Fast Food Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Sandwich Shop
Bakery
Today 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
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3.8
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4 star
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2 star
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Classic Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches in a bare-bones counter-service shop with limited seating.- Google
People talk about vietnamese sandwich, jewelry store, chinatown, pickled carrots and pickled vegetables
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Jessica L
reviewed 5 months ago
Can't tell if I like this banh mi place better than Saigon on Broome St. They're both really good! The bread is crispy and the roast pork with a honey type of glaze is so delicious. It's a pretty large sandwich and I can only eat half at a time.
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Victor Felix-Diaz
reviewed a month ago
It's good. Not amazing. For $5, a good quick meal.
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Leo O
reviewed 8 months ago
Came here with 2 buddies and I tried their equivalent of Banh Mi Nem Nuong grilled minced pork with sweet glaze from Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich Deli. I had also tried their Banh Mi Pate pate supreme. pork liver pate, vn salami, vn ham equivalent a few days prior. The reason for the 4 stars is because they were more consistent with delivering excellent sandwiches on 2 different occasions. Banh Mi Nem Nuong grilled minced pork with sweet glaze: I have to preface that I've never tried this type of sandwich back in CA so I can't compare it to back home but according to my friend, it's much better back at home. In any case, I liked this a lot. Everything was well balanced. The glaze wasn't too sweet and I had no issue with the seasoning or pork. I think mincing up the pork allows for more of the flavor to come through. Banh Mi Pate pate supreme. pork liver pate, vn salami, vn ham: The pate here is really good!! However, I definitely prefer Saigon Vietnamese' pate more. The pate here is less flavorful and feels like it's missing a component. I think the Saigon Vietnamese pate adds 2 different types of pate together. If they do it here, it wasn't strong enough and one pate overpowered the other. The store is really nice. Spacious and lots of bar stool seating. From the outside, you would expect the place to be air conditioned, but boy was I wrong. I was deceived!! I wish this store had AC, would make the experience more enjoyable. I would recommend this place and I would come here again.
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Zhila Shariat
reviewed 4 months ago
Really great banh mi spot - the bread they use makes the perfect banh mi. Hilarious that there is a jewelry counter in the front of the shop. So good!
Ethan Wiseman
reviewed 3 months ago
Great food. The food is relatively cheap. Not the cheapest for Viet type, but $5 for a sandwich is cheap. Great customer service as well.
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Desmond Chow
reviewed 8 months ago
You can't get any cheaper and more authentic than Banh Mi Saigon. You can eat here with $5 in your pocket and the sandwich is better than a subway sandwich. I always get the classic with the pate. This is a good sandwich for lunch or dinner. It's filling and made fresh on the spot.