San Francisco, CA 94102
SF Weekly's Description
San Francisco's most renowned and proletarian example of French-Vietnamese cuisine is served from behind the counter of a bare-bones Tenderloin hole-in-the-wall. Saigon Sandwich's house banh mi packs shredded carrots, jalapeños, pickled cucumbers, cilantro, mayonnaise, and your choice of roast chicken, roast pork, tofu, meatballs, or pté into a crisply crusted French roll. The result is a juicy, spicy handheld meal that's as friendly to your wallet as your tastebuds. Quick, efficient service; cash only.
Tips from foursquare
It's cash only so be sure to stop by an ATM first.
Be daring, try the Vietnamese roasted pork sandiwhces...they're #22 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010.
7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the vietnamese roasted pork sandwich is delicious. Yum!
For $3.75 you can get the roast pork banh mi with pate . Make sure to leave for lunch early, because there’s always a line out the door. The rest of the menu ranges around $3-$5.
SF Weekly's Best Of 2011 Winner - Reader's Poll - BEST UNDER $5 MEAL