Bánh mì or banh mi refers to a kind of sandwich that consists of a Vietnamese single-serving baguette, also called bánh mì in Vietnamese, which is split lengthwise and filled with various savory ingredients.
Banh mi is one of the greatest examples of fusion food done extremely well – a representation of Vietnam and France, all stuffed into a handheld crusty baguette.
Instead of serving banh mi pate, Banh Mi 37 Nguyen Trai serves Bánh Mì Thịt Nướng, or grilled pork sandwiches.
At Banh Mi 37 Nguyen Trai, you simply stand in line, pay, and wait however long it takes before your sandwich is wrapped up and handed to you in a bag.
The sandwich included, I think about 5 or 6 pork patties, all charcoal grilled, flipped with chopsticks, and coated in a sauce that smelled and tasted nearly like a yakitori sauce.
On top of the pork patties was a generous amount of cucumber chunks, strands of cilantro, green onions, Vietnamese pickles, and finally some sweet chili sauce.
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