Ideal for: Banh mi lovers
Cost: Super Inexpensive (sandwiches start at $3)
Experience: I walked into this restaurant that is located in a seemingly quiet strip mall on a Monday afternoon. As I walked in, I was quickly greeted. The picture menu makes it easy to know what to expect. This place says it offers banh mi and bubble tea. I had my sights set on the bbq pork banh mi and an avocado bubble tea. When I attempted to put in my desired order, I was quickly and politely steered towards the grilled pork banh mi. He said he wanted me to have a good sandwich, so I’ll come back in the future. I had no problem with that; however, I did have a problem with not being able to get my avocado milk bubble tea for a second. I don’t know if they just didn’t feel like making the tea which I realized was fine because Atlanta has a crap ton of other bubble tea spots. No harm, no foul. I happily took my sandwich with me. He (I am assuming that was Mr. Huy himself) was right. The sandwich was awesome!
my banh mi and my mom
Seating: a few tables inside (very bare), a few tables outside (could be problematic due to the arms )
Pros: Delicious banh mi, owner keeps it real about what he does best
Cons: May not have bubble tea
Verdict: Worth a try!