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CUISINE: Vietnamese | Sandwich

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Brick and mortar restaurant in DC closed in 2015. Opened multiple locations in NYC.


18-Hour Beef Bánh Mì (Affirmed in Part, Remanded in Part)

The brisket was “rather good” and the “fat, rendered almost to jelly, was left in, which made for a particularly rich sandwich.” However, it tasted “more Eastern European than Vietnamese.” The bread suffered from “the same authenticity problem” and read more like a “hoagie roll” than a baguette. Overall, it was a “decent pot roast hoagie” and not an authentic bánh mì. For the full review, see In re BONMi, 25 Catt. 2 (2013).