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Seattle Deli

Delis Sandwiches Vietnamese

Buzzing canteen serving up Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches, papaya salads & other specialties.

Contact Information

+1 206-328-0106

225 12th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144 United States
  • Group friendly
  • Takes Credit Cards
  • Takeout
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81079 review-0 0 http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-0 10 10 10 0 0 0 2016-09-17T18:37+0000
16395 review-surprised-place-isn-rated-higher surprised-place-isn-rated-higher http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-surprised-place-isn-rated-higher 17016 10 10 10 0 0 0 I am surprised this place isn't rated higher. Best sandwiches and whatever odds and ends Vietnamese food you can get. I practically grew up this place and still love it to this day. <p>I am surprised this place isn&rsquo;t rated higher. Best sandwiches and whatever odds and ends Vietnamese food you can get. I practically grew up this place and still love it to this day.</p> 2016-08-27T07:00+0000

I am surprised this place isn’t rated higher. Best sandwiches and whatever odds and ends Vietnamese food you can get. I practically grew up this place and still love it to this day.


16407 review-like-banh-mi-che-vermicelli like-banh-mi-che-vermicelli http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-like-banh-mi-che-vermicelli 4378 6 6 6 0 0 0 We like their Banh mi, Che and vermicelli boxes, didn't really care for their hot table items or bubble tea.  I think you get faster service if you speak Vietnamese.  They've got a lot of items for such a small shop.  You can get hum bao, fried bananas, egg rolls and more!  Weekends are busier but there's street parking available. <p>We like their Banh mi, Che and vermicelli boxes, didn&rsquo;t really care for their hot table items or bubble tea.  I think you get faster service if you speak Vietnamese.  They&rsquo;ve got a lot of items for such a small shop.  You can get hum bao, fried bananas, egg rolls and more!  Weekends are busier but there&rsquo;s street parking available.</p> 2016-08-21T23:57+0000 [{"url":"https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dotfeedback-images/d30e8687-768f-477b-a6a7-fa7835d384fd","uri":"/review-like-banh-mi-che-vermicelli/attachments/41489","mediaType":"image/jpeg","id":"41489"},{"url":"https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dotfeedback-images/d9744672-db96-4cad-9655-583ac4d30105","uri":"/review-like-banh-mi-che-vermicelli/attachments/41490","mediaType":"image/jpeg","id":"41490"}]

We like their Banh mi, Che and vermicelli boxes, didn’t really care for their hot table items or bubble tea.  I think you get faster service if you speak Vietnamese.  They’ve got a lot of items for such a small shop.  You can get hum bao, fried bananas, egg rolls and more!  Weekends are busier but there’s street parking available.


16406 review-banh-mi-places-int-district banh-mi-places-int-district http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-banh-mi-places-int-district 17022 6 6 6 0 0 0 I've been to a few of these banh mi places in Int'l District and this one is not quite as good as Saigon Deli, which is like half a block, or less, away. The bread was a tad softer than Saigon, which I prefer it crunchy. They put too much of one ingredient (I think it was cucumber) that overpowered a lot of the other vegetables and even some of the meat. It was way too spicy for a sandwich that shouldn't have been mild at worst. I had to take a break from eating it like every bite. It's not like it was significantly worse, but it was worse than Saigon Deli, in my opinion. I'd eat there if Saigon Deli was closed for some reason, but otherwise, I have no incentive to go. <p>I&rsquo;ve been to a few of these banh mi places in Int&rsquo;l District and this one is not quite as good as Saigon Deli, which is like half a block, or less, away. The bread was a tad softer than Saigon, which I prefer it crunchy. They put too much of one ingredient (I think it was cucumber) that overpowered a lot of the other vegetables and even some of the meat. It was way too spicy for a sandwich that shouldn&rsquo;t have been mild at worst. I had to take a break from eating it like every bite. It&rsquo;s not like it was significantly worse, but it was worse than Saigon Deli, in my opinion. I&rsquo;d eat there if Saigon Deli was closed for some reason, but otherwise, I have no incentive to go.</p> 2016-08-16T23:57+0000

I’ve been to a few of these banh mi places in Int’l District and this one is not quite as good as Saigon Deli, which is like half a block, or less, away. The bread was a tad softer than Saigon, which I prefer it crunchy. They put too much of one ingredient (I think it was cucumber) that overpowered a lot of the other vegetables and even some of the meat. It was way too spicy for a sandwich that shouldn’t have been mild at worst. I had to take a break from eating it like every bite. It’s not like it was significantly worse, but it was worse than Saigon Deli, in my opinion. I’d eat there if Saigon Deli was closed for some reason, but otherwise, I have no incentive to go.


16397 review-vietnamese-banh-mi-ok-great vietnamese-banh-mi-ok-great http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-vietnamese-banh-mi-ok-great 2220 8 8 8 0 0 0 Vietnamese banh mi was ok, not as great as I thought. Bought 2 bbq pork banh mi, one for me and one for the homeless guy in front of the store, and also got some deli. Banh bot loc was good, and chuoi chien was ok. For best banh mi, i'd prefer from Curbside <p>Vietnamese banh mi was ok, not as great as I thought. Bought 2 bbq pork banh mi, one for me and one for the homeless guy in front of the store, and also got some deli. Banh bot loc was good, and chuoi chien was ok. For best banh mi, i&rsquo;d prefer from Curbside</p> 2016-08-13T07:00+0000

Vietnamese banh mi was ok, not as great as I thought. Bought 2 bbq pork banh mi, one for me and one for the homeless guy in front of the store, and also got some deli. Banh bot loc was good, and chuoi chien was ok. For best banh mi, i’d prefer from Curbside


16405 review-backup-bahn-mi-place-saigon backup-bahn-mi-place-saigon http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-backup-bahn-mi-place-saigon 17025 8 8 8 0 0 0 This is my backup Bahn Mi place if Saigon Deli is too crowded.  The Bahn Mi is very good here too, but I'm just partial to Saigon Deli.  I get the grilled pork to bring to Seahawks games.  Much better value and tastier than the options in the stadium. <p>This is my backup Bahn Mi place if Saigon Deli is too crowded.  The Bahn Mi is very good here too, but I&rsquo;m just partial to Saigon Deli.  I get the grilled pork to bring to Seahawks games.  Much better value and tastier than the options in the stadium.</p> 2016-08-10T23:57+0000

This is my backup Bahn Mi place if Saigon Deli is too crowded.  The Bahn Mi is very good here too, but I’m just partial to Saigon Deli.  I get the grilled pork to bring to Seahawks games.  Much better value and tastier than the options in the stadium.


16396 review-good-7-street-20min-walk good-7-street-20min-walk http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-good-7-street-20min-walk 17028 10 10 10 0 0 0 A good 7 street(20min) walk from the International district bus/rail stop. Most baguette sandwiches in the 2-2.50$ range. Che in the 2$ range. Yummy food. Was a good bite to eat before heading off to the airport. <p>A good 7 street(20min) walk from the International district bus/rail stop. Most baguette sandwiches in the 2-2.50$ range. Che in the 2$ range. Yummy food. Was a good bite to eat before heading off to the airport.</p> 2016-08-06T07:00+0000

A good 7 street(20min) walk from the International district bus/rail stop. Most baguette sandwiches in the 2-2.50$ range. Che in the 2$ range. Yummy food. Was a good bite to eat before heading off to the airport.


16404 review-best-authentic-banh-mi-international best-authentic-banh-mi-international http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-best-authentic-banh-mi-international 17032 8 8 8 0 0 0 Best authentic banh mi I've found in international district or Seattle. Keep in mind a $3 banh mi sandwich will have low quality meat and overall low quality but for the price, what can I say. The employees are pretty nice and there is a parking lot so overall a frequent stop to stock up for our hiking trips. I'm personally a fan of the BBQ pork banh mi but they have 6 different types which I don't remember exactly. They also have a lot of desserts and other food too. <p>Best authentic banh mi I&rsquo;ve found in international district or Seattle. Keep in mind a $3 banh mi sandwich will have low quality meat and overall low quality but for the price, what can I say. The employees are pretty nice and there is a parking lot so overall a frequent stop to stock up for our hiking trips. I&rsquo;m personally a fan of the BBQ pork banh mi but they have 6 different types which I don&rsquo;t remember exactly. They also have a lot of desserts and other food too.</p> 2016-08-05T23:57+0000

Best authentic banh mi I’ve found in international district or Seattle. Keep in mind a $3 banh mi sandwich will have low quality meat and overall low quality but for the price, what can I say. The employees are pretty nice and there is a parking lot so overall a frequent stop to stock up for our hiking trips. I’m personally a fan of the BBQ pork banh mi but they have 6 different types which I don’t remember exactly. They also have a lot of desserts and other food too.


16403 review-cash-great-food-quick-service cash-great-food-quick-service http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-cash-great-food-quick-service 17036 8 8 8 0 0 0 CASH ONLY. great food, quick service. there's no where to sit, so don't expect to sit down...it's a take-out only place..most food is ready-serve, but you can order sandwiches etc to go, as well. i come in for bun all the time, and it is super convenient as a packed lunch ready to go the next day. great addition to the community. <p>CASH ONLY. great food, quick service. there&rsquo;s no where to sit, so don&rsquo;t expect to sit down&hellip;it&rsquo;s a take-out only place..most food is ready-serve, but you can order sandwiches etc to go, as well. i come in for bun all the time, and it is super convenient as a packed lunch ready to go the next day. great addition to the community.</p> 2016-07-31T23:57+0000

CASH ONLY. great food, quick service. there’s no where to sit, so don’t expect to sit down…it’s a take-out only place..most food is ready-serve, but you can order sandwiches etc to go, as well. i come in for bun all the time, and it is super convenient as a packed lunch ready to go the next day. great addition to the community.


16402 review-awesome-little-spot-grab-manner awesome-little-spot-grab-manner http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-awesome-little-spot-grab-manner 17040 8 8 8 0 0 0 Awesome little spot to grab all manner of Vietnamese treats. Their convenient-to-90 location has made it a mainstay for grabbing lunch for hiking trips.  I always get the spring rolls and the giant fried sesame balls, my buddy swears by their banh mi, and their coffee packs a serious punch. <p>Awesome little spot to grab all manner of Vietnamese treats. Their convenient-to-90 location has made it a mainstay for grabbing lunch for hiking trips.  I always get the spring rolls and the giant fried sesame balls, my buddy swears by their banh mi, and their coffee packs a serious punch.</p> 2016-07-26T23:57+0000

Awesome little spot to grab all manner of Vietnamese treats. Their convenient-to-90 location has made it a mainstay for grabbing lunch for hiking trips.  I always get the spring rolls and the giant fried sesame balls, my buddy swears by their banh mi, and their coffee packs a serious punch.


16401 review-main-place-family-getting-banh main-place-family-getting-banh http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-main-place-family-getting-banh 17046 8 8 8 0 0 0 This is the main place where my family and I have been getting banh mi at for years.  I always ask for the toppings on the side.  They toast it for you if you're eating it soon, but I usually bring it home and save it for later.  They also have hot lunch boxes and che, but I've never tried any of those and usually come here just for the banh mi.  I've tried the cafe sua da and it's good & strong. Parking is really hard because it's limited and trying to find a spot on the hill is hard, so usually I park in the plaza across the street and walk over, lol. <p>This is the main place where my family and I have been getting banh mi at for years.  I always ask for the toppings on the side.  They toast it for you if you&rsquo;re eating it soon, but I usually bring it home and save it for later.  They also have hot lunch boxes and che, but I&rsquo;ve never tried any of those and usually come here just for the banh mi.  I&rsquo;ve tried the cafe sua da and it&rsquo;s good &amp; strong. Parking is really hard because it&rsquo;s limited and trying to find a spot on the hill is hard, so usually I park in the plaza across the street and walk over, lol.</p> 2016-07-20T23:57+0000

This is the main place where my family and I have been getting banh mi at for years.  I always ask for the toppings on the side.  They toast it for you if you’re eating it soon, but I usually bring it home and save it for later.  They also have hot lunch boxes and che, but I’ve never tried any of those and usually come here just for the banh mi.  I’ve tried the cafe sua da and it’s good & strong. Parking is really hard because it’s limited and trying to find a spot on the hill is hard, so usually I park in the plaza across the street and walk over, lol.


16400 review-acutely-aware-prior-food-inspectors acutely-aware-prior-food-inspectors http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-acutely-aware-prior-food-inspectors 7393 8 8 8 0 0 0 I am acutely aware of prior food inspectors' findings here at Seattle Deli. And I don't kerr at all. Maybe it's the old iron Asian stomach thing, but I've never gotten sick here and the food is not only inconceivably cheap and fast, but it's pretty decent too. My old reliable is chicken banh mi. It's hard to muck up banh mi; after all, it's just a baguette sandwich with meat/tofu, cilantro, pickled carrot/daikon, and mayo, or some variation of. They have shelves and shelves of prepared rice rolls, Vietnamese desserts, both pastry-style, and refrigerated. They also have a hot table with cooked foods but nothing that I like to get here (I'd rather hit the other Vietnamese delis within walking distance for hot foods like that.) Their fish chips are pretty ridiculous, though. They are larger and sweeter than the Chinese kind and the large freezer bags of puffiness are too delicious to ignore. Try 'em, even if you've had fish chips before and were like meh. If you drive a postage stamp with wheels, you can shimmy into their parking lot. I don't bother; I just park down the street and walk because getting your car out of the lot sometimes takes longer than getting your food order--and 10 other people's food orders. <p>I am acutely aware of prior food inspectors&rsquo; findings here at Seattle Deli. And I don&rsquo;t kerr at all. Maybe it&rsquo;s the old iron Asian stomach thing, but I&rsquo;ve never gotten sick here and the food is not only inconceivably cheap and fast, but it&rsquo;s pretty decent too. My old reliable is chicken banh mi. It&rsquo;s hard to muck up banh mi; after all, it&rsquo;s just a baguette sandwich with meat/tofu, cilantro, pickled carrot/daikon, and mayo, or some variation of. They have shelves and shelves of prepared rice rolls, Vietnamese desserts, both pastry-style, and refrigerated. They also have a hot table with cooked foods but nothing that I like to get here (I&rsquo;d rather hit the other Vietnamese delis within walking distance for hot foods like that.) Their fish chips are pretty ridiculous, though. They are larger and sweeter than the Chinese kind and the large freezer bags of puffiness are too delicious to ignore. Try &rsquo;em, even if you&rsquo;ve had fish chips before and were like meh. If you drive a postage stamp with wheels, you can shimmy into their parking lot. I don&rsquo;t bother; I just park down the street and walk because getting your car out of the lot sometimes takes longer than getting your food order&ndash;and 10 other people&rsquo;s food orders.</p> 2016-07-15T23:57+0000

I am acutely aware of prior food inspectors’ findings here at Seattle Deli. And I don’t kerr at all. Maybe it’s the old iron Asian stomach thing, but I’ve never gotten sick here and the food is not only inconceivably cheap and fast, but it’s pretty decent too. My old reliable is chicken banh mi. It’s hard to muck up banh mi; after all, it’s just a baguette sandwich with meat/tofu, cilantro, pickled carrot/daikon, and mayo, or some variation of. They have shelves and shelves of prepared rice rolls, Vietnamese desserts, both pastry-style, and refrigerated. They also have a hot table with cooked foods but nothing that I like to get here (I’d rather hit the other Vietnamese delis within walking distance for hot foods like that.) Their fish chips are pretty ridiculous, though. They are larger and sweeter than the Chinese kind and the large freezer bags of puffiness are too delicious to ignore. Try ’em, even if you’ve had fish chips before and were like meh. If you drive a postage stamp with wheels, you can shimmy into their parking lot. I don’t bother; I just park down the street and walk because getting your car out of the lot sometimes takes longer than getting your food order–and 10 other people’s food orders.


16399 review-seattle-deli-vietnamese-food-heaven seattle-deli-vietnamese-food-heaven http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-seattle-deli-vietnamese-food-heaven 17055 8 8 8 3 0 3 Seattle Deli is Vietnamese food heaven! As soon as you walk in, you are surrounded by displays of baked goods, desserts, noodle dishes, sticky rices, snacks, and hot foods. I crave homestyle Vietnamese food, and so I get very excited every time I come here. My favorite foods to order are the banh mi sandwiches, banh ba ti so (savory meat pies), egg rolls, banh bao (steamed buns), banh cuon (rice roll cake), nem chua (sweet and sour fermented pork). They also have a huge selection of che, which are Vietnamese soup-like desserts that range from coconut jellies to sweet mung beans. Prices are cheap for the variety of ready-to-eat foods and tasty selections. Banh mi sandwiches range from $2.50-$3.00. They even sell plain fresh baguettes for 50 cents a piece. It is unfortunate that there were recent health code violations at Seattle Deli that cannot be overlooked. I have to confess that the last time I recently stocked up on pre-made goodies here, I ended up with a tummy ache for a few days after eating the food. The service is friendly. They are very busy and sometimes it can get crowded, so make sure you decide what you want and flag down the worker to put your order in quickly. There is a small lot and ample street parking, and we have always been able to find a spot just fine. Overall I still enjoy the variety of ready-to-go Vietnamese food and drinks at Seattle Deli. I would come more often if they were able to find a better solution to ensuring overall freshness and cleanliness of the deli items, for the sake of our health. Cash only, so don't forget to bring your stash of dollar bills. <p>Seattle Deli is Vietnamese food heaven! As soon as you walk in, you are surrounded by displays of baked goods, desserts, noodle dishes, sticky rices, snacks, and hot foods. I crave homestyle Vietnamese food, and so I get very excited every time I come here. My favorite foods to order are the banh mi sandwiches, banh ba ti so (savory meat pies), egg rolls, banh bao (steamed buns), banh cuon (rice roll cake), nem chua (sweet and sour fermented pork). They also have a huge selection of che, which are Vietnamese soup-like desserts that range from coconut jellies to sweet mung beans. Prices are cheap for the variety of ready-to-eat foods and tasty selections. Banh mi sandwiches range from $2.50-$3.00. They even sell plain fresh baguettes for 50 cents a piece. It is unfortunate that there were recent health code violations at Seattle Deli that cannot be overlooked. I have to confess that the last time I recently stocked up on pre-made goodies here, I ended up with a tummy ache for a few days after eating the food. The service is friendly. They are very busy and sometimes it can get crowded, so make sure you decide what you want and flag down the worker to put your order in quickly. There is a small lot and ample street parking, and we have always been able to find a spot just fine. Overall I still enjoy the variety of ready-to-go Vietnamese food and drinks at Seattle Deli. I would come more often if they were able to find a better solution to ensuring overall freshness and cleanliness of the deli items, for the sake of our health. Cash only, so don&rsquo;t forget to bring your stash of dollar bills.</p> 2016-07-09T23:57+0000

Seattle Deli is Vietnamese food heaven! As soon as you walk in, you are surrounded by displays of baked goods, desserts, noodle dishes, sticky rices, snacks, and hot foods. I crave homestyle Vietnamese food, and so I get very excited every time I come here. My favorite foods to order are the banh mi sandwiches, banh ba ti so (savory meat pies), egg rolls, banh bao (steamed buns), banh cuon (rice roll cake), nem chua (sweet and sour fermented pork). They also have a huge selection of che, which are Vietnamese soup-like desserts that range from coconut jellies to sweet mung beans. Prices are cheap for the variety of ready-to-eat foods and tasty selections. Banh mi sandwiches range from $2.50-$3.00. They even sell plain fresh baguettes for 50 cents a piece. It is unfortunate that there were recent health code violations at Seattle Deli that cannot be overlooked. I have to confess that the last time I recently stocked up on pre-made goodies here, I ended up with a tummy ache for a few days after eating the food. The service is friendly. They are very busy and sometimes it can get crowded, so make sure you decide what you want and flag down the worker to put your order in quickly. There is a small lot and ample street parking, and we have always been able to find a spot just fine. Overall I still enjoy the variety of ready-to-go Vietnamese food and drinks at Seattle Deli. I would come more often if they were able to find a better solution to ensuring overall freshness and cleanliness of the deli items, for the sake of our health. Cash only, so don’t forget to bring your stash of dollar bills.


16398 review-coming-place-expected-mainly-like coming-place-expected-mainly-like http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-coming-place-expected-mainly-like 11113 8 8 8 0 0 0 I have been coming to this place more often than I expected, mainly because I like their fresh rolls and salads better then the competition on S. Jackson street ( you guys probably know it - also S. Deli haha). I find the  ingredients in the rolls fresher and crispier, and the peanut sauce better. So far all the fresh rolls I have tried - shrimp, tofu or chinese sausage-- have been wonderful!. I have tried the lotus root salad and green papaya salad. I'm not a big fan of the latter but the lotus root salad was really packed with flavor. In addition, the cashier has always been nice and friendly. However, banh mi-wise, the other S. Deli is a tad better. The flavor of the grilled pork at the other place is better, but the banh mi here is above average as well! The rice pastries, sweet desserts, and overall ambiance at this place is also more pleasing in my opinion. This place should definitely be on your list for cheap, fast, flavorful, (not sure about the sanitation though haha), and filling vietnamese food. My GF loves this place and I am glad that I leave this place without hurting my wallet and making my GF happier. By the way, some of the items go on sale when it is near closing time. <p>I have been coming to this place more often than I expected, mainly because I like their fresh rolls and salads better then the competition on S. Jackson street ( you guys probably know it - also S. Deli haha). I find the  ingredients in the rolls fresher and crispier, and the peanut sauce better. So far all the fresh rolls I have tried - shrimp, tofu or chinese sausage&ndash; have been wonderful!. I have tried the lotus root salad and green papaya salad. I&rsquo;m not a big fan of the latter but the lotus root salad was really packed with flavor. In addition, the cashier has always been nice and friendly. However, banh mi-wise, the other S. Deli is a tad better. The flavor of the grilled pork at the other place is better, but the banh mi here is above average as well! The rice pastries, sweet desserts, and overall ambiance at this place is also more pleasing in my opinion. This place should definitely be on your list for cheap, fast, flavorful, (not sure about the sanitation though haha), and filling vietnamese food. My GF loves this place and I am glad that I leave this place without hurting my wallet and making my GF happier. By the way, some of the items go on sale when it is near closing time.</p> 2016-07-04T23:57+0000

I have been coming to this place more often than I expected, mainly because I like their fresh rolls and salads better then the competition on S. Jackson street ( you guys probably know it - also S. Deli haha). I find the  ingredients in the rolls fresher and crispier, and the peanut sauce better. So far all the fresh rolls I have tried - shrimp, tofu or chinese sausage– have been wonderful!. I have tried the lotus root salad and green papaya salad. I’m not a big fan of the latter but the lotus root salad was really packed with flavor. In addition, the cashier has always been nice and friendly. However, banh mi-wise, the other S. Deli is a tad better. The flavor of the grilled pork at the other place is better, but the banh mi here is above average as well! The rice pastries, sweet desserts, and overall ambiance at this place is also more pleasing in my opinion. This place should definitely be on your list for cheap, fast, flavorful, (not sure about the sanitation though haha), and filling vietnamese food. My GF loves this place and I am glad that I leave this place without hurting my wallet and making my GF happier. By the way, some of the items go on sale when it is near closing time.


16394 review-week-po-okay-really-solopreneur week-po-okay-really-solopreneur http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-week-po-okay-really-solopreneur 17064 10 10 10 0 0 0 You can find me here at least once a week, because I'm po'. Okay, I'm not really po' but as a solopreneur, I'm on a budget. Unfortunately being po' still doesn't give me enough incentive to improve my culinary skills and I'm too old for the ramen noodle diet, so I come here for lunch. The BBQ pork banh mi is always freshly made, with carrots, cucumbers, cilantro, daikon radish, jalapenos and a generous heap of juicy grilled pork on a warm, buttered baguette. All for $3.75! YUM. Though the complex is a bit sketchy and away from the main Chinatown/ID area, it's totally worth the drive out of the way. Pick up a few banh mis and go on a picnic! CASH ONLY but there's an ATM here <p>You can find me here at least once a week, because I&rsquo;m po&rsquo;. Okay, I&rsquo;m not really po&rsquo; but as a solopreneur, I&rsquo;m on a budget. Unfortunately being po&rsquo; still doesn&rsquo;t give me enough incentive to improve my culinary skills and I&rsquo;m too old for the ramen noodle diet, so I come here for lunch. The BBQ pork banh mi is always freshly made, with carrots, cucumbers, cilantro, daikon radish, jalapenos and a generous heap of juicy grilled pork on a warm, buttered baguette. All for $3.75! YUM. Though the complex is a bit sketchy and away from the main Chinatown/ID area, it&rsquo;s totally worth the drive out of the way. Pick up a few banh mis and go on a picnic! CASH ONLY but there&rsquo;s an ATM here</p> 2016-06-28T23:57+0000

You can find me here at least once a week, because I’m po’. Okay, I’m not really po’ but as a solopreneur, I’m on a budget. Unfortunately being po’ still doesn’t give me enough incentive to improve my culinary skills and I’m too old for the ramen noodle diet, so I come here for lunch. The BBQ pork banh mi is always freshly made, with carrots, cucumbers, cilantro, daikon radish, jalapenos and a generous heap of juicy grilled pork on a warm, buttered baguette. All for $3.75! YUM. Though the complex is a bit sketchy and away from the main Chinatown/ID area, it’s totally worth the drive out of the way. Pick up a few banh mis and go on a picnic! CASH ONLY but there’s an ATM here


16387 review-coworker-ordered-spring-rolls-place coworker-ordered-spring-rolls-place http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-coworker-ordered-spring-rolls-place 17066 10 10 10 0 0 0 Coworker ordered spring rolls from this place and they were delicious! So good I had five of them (:/)! I'm definitely gonna have to check them out for myself especially because I can't be bother to make spring rolls for 2 and maybe I can score some other goodies! <p>Coworker ordered spring rolls from this place and they were delicious! So good I had five of them (:/)! I&rsquo;m definitely gonna have to check them out for myself especially because I can&rsquo;t be bother to make spring rolls for 2 and maybe I can score some other goodies!</p> 2016-06-23T23:57+0000

Coworker ordered spring rolls from this place and they were delicious! So good I had five of them (:/)! I’m definitely gonna have to check them out for myself especially because I can’t be bother to make spring rolls for 2 and maybe I can score some other goodies!


16386 review-seattle-deli-absolute-forever-prices seattle-deli-absolute-forever-prices http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-seattle-deli-absolute-forever-prices 17072 10 10 10 0 0 0 Seattle deli has been my absolute go-to since forever. Even though the prices have slowly climbed up in the past few years, sandwiches are still about $3. Who can beat that! I usually get a banh mi thit nuong (grilled pork sandwich) and maybe a few egg rolls at .50 a piece. My family usually comes here to get the plain baguettes to eat at home, also .50 each. Seattle deli has never failed me. If you're getting sandwiches to go, ask them to not toast it and put the vegetables on the side! <p>Seattle deli has been my absolute go-to since forever. Even though the prices have slowly climbed up in the past few years, sandwiches are still about $3. Who can beat that! I usually get a banh mi thit nuong (grilled pork sandwich) and maybe a few egg rolls at .50 a piece. My family usually comes here to get the plain baguettes to eat at home, also .50 each. Seattle deli has never failed me. If you&rsquo;re getting sandwiches to go, ask them to not toast it and put the vegetables on the side!</p> 2016-06-17T23:57+0000

Seattle deli has been my absolute go-to since forever. Even though the prices have slowly climbed up in the past few years, sandwiches are still about $3. Who can beat that! I usually get a banh mi thit nuong (grilled pork sandwich) and maybe a few egg rolls at .50 a piece. My family usually comes here to get the plain baguettes to eat at home, also .50 each. Seattle deli has never failed me. If you’re getting sandwiches to go, ask them to not toast it and put the vegetables on the side!


16385 review-places-seattle-banh-mi-variety places-seattle-banh-mi-variety http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-places-seattle-banh-mi-variety 6356 10 10 10 0 0 0 This is one of my go to places in Seattle for banh mi and variety of other delicious Vietnamese food. I always try to stop by here when I'm up in Seattle. It's a quick in and out places to grab a quick meal. <p>This is one of my go to places in Seattle for banh mi and variety of other delicious Vietnamese food. I always try to stop by here when I&rsquo;m up in Seattle. It&rsquo;s a quick in and out places to grab a quick meal.</p> 2016-06-11T23:57+0000

This is one of my go to places in Seattle for banh mi and variety of other delicious Vietnamese food. I always try to stop by here when I’m up in Seattle. It’s a quick in and out places to grab a quick meal.


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.


16383 review-179th-reviewer-probably-little-say 179th-reviewer-probably-little-say http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-179th-reviewer-probably-little-say 9704 10 10 10 0 0 0 As the 179th reviewer, there is probably little else I can say other than I have been going here for 10 years and I am never disappointed.  One time I forgot my wallet and the woman who takes my order every time simply said to pay her later.....now that is service. <p>As the 179th reviewer, there is probably little else I can say other than I have been going here for 10 years and I am never disappointed.  One time I forgot my wallet and the woman who takes my order every time simply said to pay her later&hellip;..now that is service.</p> 2016-05-31T23:58+0000

As the 179th reviewer, there is probably little else I can say other than I have been going here for 10 years and I am never disappointed.  One time I forgot my wallet and the woman who takes my order every time simply said to pay her later…..now that is service.