Jason Sakran and Jeremy Spencer did so well selling bánh mì from their Street Hero tent at the Marion Square farmer’s market that they decided to launch a brick and mortar operation. Their version of the traditional Vietnamese sandwiches edged out the rest of the local competition in the City Paper’s side-by-side Battle of the Bánh Mì, and the bread — a sublime baguette made with a blend of wheat and rice flour — was the deciding factor. Bon Bánh mì keeps the offering simple: your choice of six bánh mì with fillings ranging from a fairly traditional country pâté and Vietnamese ham to the fusiony egg and Canadian bacon. You can have the same fillings wrapped in a tortilla for tacos or served over lettuce and veggies as a salad. Don’t skip a cup of refreshing black jasmine tea. It’s the perfect accompaniment to one of the light, crisp, and perfectly balanced sandwich. —Robert Moss, Dish (Winter 2013)
The slate of banh mi fillings at this sandwich bar includes red curry beef short rib, country pâté and Vietnamese ham, five spice pork, and ginger lemongrass chicken.
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