The classics stand out at this contemporary Vietnamese restaurant.
Using a 100-year-old family recipe learned over the course of several visits to the proprietor of Bánh Mì Phuong street stand in Hoi An, a city on the south central coast of Vietnam, the owners here offer up roughly half a dozen variations on the iconic sandwich. Try the oxtail sandwich when it's available.
Already addicted to the "Bánh Mi" sliders – pork, cucumber, and pickled carrots stuffed inside steamed Peking buns, we tried the PhoNatic Roll. Its contrast in texture is due to pork cake and pickled carrots wrapped in crispy eggroll skin. For your noodle fix, try the Mì Hoành Thánh Thap Cam with hearty wontons.
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