bahn mi in SF part one.

So I’m on a hunt for a shop in SF that will sell me a bahn mi laced with crack like the one near A.’s apartment in Chinatown does. I swear, I could spend years living off nothing but that stuff. I haven’t yet made it to Saigon Sandwich shop, which everyone swears by, but the other day I went to the mission to Yucatasian, which as the name would imply, sells Yucatan food along with Vietnamese sandwiches. Interesting combination. I had a pork sandwich for $3 and while it was good, they forgot to add the crack. Also it was probably only 80% of the size. I’ll go back to try the combo sandwich, but I don’t think it will feed the addiction.

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4 Responses to “bahn mi in SF part one.”


  1. 1 shawdee October 17, 2006 at 7:57 pm

    grad students on crack indeed: the bahn mi at the foodtrucks is surprisingly good! and, satisfying additional grad student quality of life issues, big enough for lunch+dinner at lab and cheap enough to allow for lots of drinks later.

    vivent les colonistes 🙂

  2. 2 winyang October 18, 2006 at 11:21 am

    what is this cracked-out banh mi vendor in NYC called? nothing like a good crack-laced sandwich to kick-start the day. next time you’re in new york, you’ll have to try the ones in brooklyn’s chinatown, as they’re reputedly the best. last i heard, anyway.

    did that pork sandwich you had have paté in it as well? banh mi ain’t banh mi without the mystery meat.

  3. 3 catfoo October 18, 2006 at 2:16 pm

    i could look it up on the internet and find it, but then i would read about the delicious bahn mi and spend the rest of the day craving something i can’t have. looking at a map, it’s approximately at grand and elizabeth, but i will look up at the sign next time i go and report back. i’m headed to new york shortly, and have already planned to do a full scale bahn mi investigation.

    it didn’t have pate, but the pork was pretty mystery-meat-like.

  4. 4 catfoo October 18, 2006 at 2:17 pm

    shawdee — i had no idea the foodtrucks had bahn mi! where was this during my entire undergraduate career?


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