Quoc Huong Banh Mi Fast Food
Vietnamese Restaurant$
Today Closed
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5150 Buford Hwy NE Doraville, GA 30340, United States
5150 Buford Highway NortheastUSGeorgiaDoraville30340
(770) 936-0605
$Vietnamese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Vietnamese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Fast Food Restaurant
Today Closed
Monday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmThursday ClosedFriday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
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Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches plus pho noodle soups, bubble tea & smoothies from a quick-serve spot.- Google
"They have amazing banh mi too!"
"It definitely took me a boat load more condiments to get the pho to my liking."
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Mashien Lai
a month ago
Delicious pho broth, barely needs seasoning. They have amazing banh mi too!! will be back again soon!
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Tony P
6 months ago
Best bahn mi in Atlanta. I tried Lee's and although their bread is a little better, they barely put any pate and meat in their's. Quoc Huong has a good selection of Vietnamese dishes . Their Pho is great. Vietnamese rice with pork and egg dishes are good too. I've tried a lot of Vietnamese restaurants in Atlanta but I keep going back to Quoc Huong. It is the best in Atlanta.
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Stephen T
7 months ago
Craving Banh Mi? You're in luck, this place is the bomb! With Banh Mi prices starting at $2.50, you'll be very impressed with how much food you can get for under $10. Not to mention the authenticity of it. I absolutely love the banh mi here and the pho is done pretty well here. Let's start with the outside of this place though. The parking lot for this place is in Asian Square I believe. It's probably not to code. Be careful driving in this parking lot as it might not be safe for low riding cars. Second thing to note, don't judge the restaurant by the way it looks on the outside (or the inside either). No frills and thrills, just great food! Our server is always quick. She's impeccably fast at serving and during lunch time even when the restaurant is filled at max occupancy, you can expect this woman (always the same one for me) to be flying around the restaurant shouting Vietnamese and taking orders left and right. Anyways, very important note: BRING CASH!!!! THIS IS A CASH ONLY PLACE! There's a bank of America right down the street if you need an ATM. As per food, you can't go wrong with Banh Mi Thit Nuong and P9. Banh Mi Thit Nhuong (Grilled Pork Vietnamese Sub sandwich) is only $3. It'll be one of the best $3 you've ever spent. P9 is a fairly safe Pho (Viet Soup) for non-adventurous folks who like steak but not all the other crazy parts of the cow. I love this place and wish they could open a second restaurant inside Atlanta. We're lacking some great authentic Asian food like this outside of Buford Hwy.
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Nam HT Nguyễn
a year ago
Tasty banh mi and other Vn snacks in this little restaurant. Price is cheap and you can always ask for special order on your banh mi. Check it out!
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T Man
a month ago
I stop here just to order Banh Mi, they are really good. Found out they only take cash, I decided not to eat here anymore. 3 stars is very generous. Their cash business so they can hidden their earnings from Federal. That is really smart business incomes, why not all stores doing like they do?
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Paul Bennett
5 months ago
Cash Only. $2.5 sandwich, $6.5 pho. Excellent dollar-to-nom-nom ratio.
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quynh truong
2 months ago
I loved this place. Best sandwich I ever had
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Bon Bongiovanni
a year ago
Pho Tom was exactly what i was hoping for, the big spicey bowl is authentic, fresh, filling and fast. My man got 2 sandwiches because he expected them to be small at only $2.50 each, however they were both large and bursting with flavor and completely satisfying.