Though you probably won't find Vietnamese employees in their kitchen, the signature Baguette does taste quite authentic to us. Menu is straight-forward, Banh Mi with various fillings as options.
If you have been to Vietnamese eateries, Banh Mi would be no stranger to you.
The well-known Vietnamese street food is being eaten all over the world.
But unlike other Vietnamese restaurants that offers full range of the cuisine, the Banh Mi Kitchen comes with a simple menu that specialize only in Banh Mi.
There are more than a handful of options for the fillings and ingredients to go with.
You also get the choice to pair the sandwich with Vietnamese coffee or sugarcane for a small fee.
Though a bit on the pricey side, we find the generous amount of premium ingredients and fillings would justify for its price tag.
The lemongrass grilled pork neck is especially aromatic thanks to its smoky flavor; with the pate and sauces drenching that brings out the refreshing experience.
The Baguette (bread) itself is flaky, not too tough, but also doesn't crumble all over the place.
Overall, we think this place is a worth a visit. It is also fully air-conditioned, with simple, cozy interior and some tables.
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