We tried a pork bahn mi and a Korean Bahn mi where both were packed with lots of meat, which was tender, moist and had plenty of flavor. Also the French bread was on point, like the real poboy bread. The two sandwiches we had were proper!
The summer rolls are well done with four good size shrimp, a fresh slice of pork, and includes the all important Thai (cinnamon) basil and cilantro to round out the greens in the roll (a few other places leave it out for the sake of dumbing it down and/or being cheap). It's refreshing to find this quality in the roll itself. I'm not a fan of the sweet dark peanut sauce they offer with it, but so many places do it worlds differently from one another, leaving me confused with what is the best sauce for this roll. I generally go for the lighter spicy sauce with more peanut base, but even this type can be all over the place.
Lastly, we got some egg rolls which were good and the nuac mam sauce that they paired with it was adequate.
Overall, we think we'll be giving them another try at some pho or bun bowls since the sandwiches were as good as they were.
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