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Old 09-02-2016, 05:20 PM   #176
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^^^^ BA LE!?!?!?

Sorry but your opinion doesn't matter anymore. Ba Le is probably the worst Vietnamese sub ever
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Old 09-06-2016, 08:20 PM   #177
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Banh Mi Saigon was legit. i went there and I was quite happy, clean operation, fast and quick. Bit more meat + other stuff (special viet bun) than Au Petite, and yes, it's bigger than Au Petite.

i would rate it tad bit better.
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Old 09-06-2016, 09:12 PM   #178
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Read this thread and decided to try Banh Mi Saigon due to the hype on here.

Damn. Good stuff. Yeah as others have posted, there's a bit more meat compared to Tung Hing. Got the Special $4.75. Will definitely go back.

Didn't realize it was the lady that use to work with her husband at night market selling those 6-colouor jelly coconut milk drinks.
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Old 09-06-2016, 09:54 PM   #179
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Someone should just organize a Viet Sub Revscene meet/tour, drive from one to the other and try them all.

Finally had a chance to go to Banh Mi Saigon. Got a chicken sub, quick and tasty, less than $5 ... but how come it's not toasted and warmed up? Everything was cold including chicken. I love it when they use grilled lemon grass flavored chicken in their sub. Give it a 7.5/10. I was expecting it to be lightly toasted ... is traditional Viet sub not toasted?

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Tried two places downtown, kinda stupid since I grew up and still live by Kingsway and Fraser but first I went to One Saigon and it was about the same as I get in the neighborhood but then Viet Sub by the library..... First it was 4.75 each and so I got $9.50 out to get two but then they asked for 9.81.



In the heat of the moment I thought maybe there's tax on top? Put my exact change back in my pocket like a dummy and gave him a 20. Never seen sub prices at such an odd number. I've eating these things since they were $2 and they always were in increments of quarters. Anyways still laughing at how my mind was obliterated by 31 cents lol

On to the actual sub, it was not good. I had a meatball one which has always been saucy everywhere else but here it was really dry. Same with the special, which was dry until the last 2 inches that had the fish sauce on it.

In that area I would stick with One Saigon
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