in the Junction… a good Bánh Mì ?

near by Bánh Mì Shops?

Can you find these Vietnamese sandwiches in the Junction or near by? The Junction has a good selection of  offerings in the organic and roasted nut areas, as well as a great pizza and house and Italiano restaurant.  It also has a good number of other types of restaurants.

Yet does it lack or more to the point lose from not having a greater selection of international eateries?

from wikipedia…

is a Vietnamese baguette made with both wheat and rice flour, but more popularly known as a type of sandwich traditionally made with this type of baguette.[1] The sandwich is made up of thinly sliced pickled carrots and daikon (do chua),cucumbers, cilantro, chili peppers, pâté, mayonnaise and various meat fillings or tofu. Popular bánh mìfillings include roasted or grilled pork, Vietnamese sausage, chicken, head cheese and ham.

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More importantly, the woman who works at (possibly runs?) that place at Dupont and Edwin is the only person who checked to see if I needed help when I was knocked off my bike getting right-hooked at that corner, despite there being a ton of traffic there. Therefore, you should ALL go to her restaurant.

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