Yeah, bánh mì sandwiches are a trend. And one we hope is around forever because there is almost nothing better than trying to wrap your mouth around a baguette stuffed with fresh cilantro, pickled and fresh veggies, cucumber, spicy mayo, and meat. AutoBanh is a strong contender in this sudden sandwich scene, serving five different versions out of their beautifully painted purple truck. They offer two to three different kinds of pork, a lemongrass grilled chicken, a sweet and spicy Mexican style al pastor, the vegetarian-friendly curry fried tofu, and our favorite, the Southern tinged crispy chicken, which comes with pickled okra and a honey sriracha glaze. You can find this truck every Wednesday at the True Value on East Bay Street 11 a.m.-3 p.m. —Susan Cohen Dish (Winter 2013)

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Freshly made banh mi sandwiches for the adventurous diners.

Price: $$


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