A hard to spot Vietnamese Sandwich shop is tucked behind trees on the hilly Hyperion with no visible sign. They open at Noon – 3pm everyday. The Deli (Cold Cut) Sandwich is unconventional: instead of the usual pickled carrot and daikon radish garnishes, it’s pan fried dried orange daylily and carrot in a limey fish [...]
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A new coffee shop has opened inside the LA Country Museum called C+M (Coffee + Milk). Since I work nearby there these days, I’ve been coming here for lunch a lot after their debut. They baked their pastry every morning, and the menu changes daily. The interior is brightly lit as it’s walled by floor [...]
Even though I’m satisfied with Saigon Sandwich, I’m curious about how Bun Mee, a chic, design Banh mi place in the upscale Pacific Height neighborhood, a drastic different from where the former locates. Cute interior. Bun Mee Combo 6.75 Grilled lemongrass Kurobuta pork, paté de campagne, mortadella, garlic aioli, shaved onion, pickled carrot & daikon, cucumber, [...]
Cheap (around $3), delicious and big Banh mi at a tiny deli called Saigon Sandwich at the rather sketchy neighborhood of Tenderloin (lots of bums and crazy people).