16384 review-best-banh-mi-shops-seattle best-banh-mi-shops-seattle http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-best-banh-mi-shops-seattle 17077 10 10 10 0 0 0 ONE OF THE BEST BANH MI SHOPS IN SEATTLE! Let's be quite honest: Banh Mi is something you can't really mess up on, and thus when it comes down to it it's all about the price.  Here, you can get Banh Mi for $2.50, which I would say is the cheapest price you can get in Washington.  In California, you might be able to get it for $2, while in Vietnam it's about $1.50. The place doesn't only just serve Banh Mi, but there's other comfort Vietnamese foods as well, such as the semi-raw cured pork, the pork belly with eggs (similar to the Taiwanese version), bitter melon (hated this when I was growing up, so it's definitely an acquired taste), and some noodle dishes.  I had some of their coconut milk and jelly desserts (to-go), and that was alright. There is a parking lot here and available street parking in the area, so it's pretty convenient.  The only one not-so-convenient thing is that this place is CASH ONLY---silly Asians who don't want to deal with transaction fees haha. <p>ONE OF THE BEST BANH MI SHOPS IN SEATTLE! Let&rsquo;s be quite honest: Banh Mi is something you can&rsquo;t really mess up on, and thus when it comes down to it it&rsquo;s all about the price.  Here, you can get Banh Mi for $2.50, which I would say is the cheapest price you can get in Washington.  In California, you might be able to get it for $2, while in Vietnam it&rsquo;s about $1.50. The place doesn&rsquo;t only just serve Banh Mi, but there&rsquo;s other comfort Vietnamese foods as well, such as the semi-raw cured pork, the pork belly with eggs (similar to the Taiwanese version), bitter melon (hated this when I was growing up, so it&rsquo;s definitely an acquired taste), and some noodle dishes.  I had some of their coconut milk and jelly desserts (to-go), and that was alright. There is a parking lot here and available street parking in the area, so it&rsquo;s pretty convenient.  The only one not-so-convenient thing is that this place is CASH ONLY&mdash;silly Asians who don&rsquo;t want to deal with transaction fees haha.</p> 2016-06-06T23:57+0000

ONE OF THE BEST BANH MI SHOPS IN SEATTLE! Let’s be quite honest: Banh Mi is something you can’t really mess up on, and thus when it comes down to it it’s all about the price.  Here, you can get Banh Mi for $2.50, which I would say is the cheapest price you can get in Washington.  In California, you might be able to get it for $2, while in Vietnam it’s about $1.50. The place doesn’t only just serve Banh Mi, but there’s other comfort Vietnamese foods as well, such as the semi-raw cured pork, the pork belly with eggs (similar to the Taiwanese version), bitter melon (hated this when I was growing up, so it’s definitely an acquired taste), and some noodle dishes.  I had some of their coconut milk and jelly desserts (to-go), and that was alright. There is a parking lot here and available street parking in the area, so it’s pretty convenient.  The only one not-so-convenient thing is that this place is CASH ONLY—silly Asians who don’t want to deal with transaction fees haha.