It's good, but it's not a banh mi sandwich. Some of the key ingredients are missing, like the smear of pork pate, the jalepeno pepper, pickled carrots & daikon (radish)-which really make the sandwich more or less--etc. Plus there's a special pate they use that's not like normal pate, and same w/the mayo. Without the pickled veggies, it's just kind of another sub sandwich. The local Vietnamese mom & pop place I always go never puts onions in it, but some places, like Lee's, do, but then again, they're more of an Americanized sandwich chain. Majority of places do not. Even though it's not an authentic banh mi, this is still a good looking submarine sandwich.
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It's good, but it's not a banh mi sandwich. Some of the key ingredients are missing, like the...