The Vietnamese bánh mì sandwich was born in the fusion of the traditional local cousine and the ingredients brought in during the French Colonization. Initally it was mostly popular among students and the poor however it quickly started to spread and became a widely recognised street food. Its popularity lies in the fresh ingredients and its simplicity.
We would like this traditional food to become popular in Hungary too. That's why we opened our first bistro in the summer of 2017 in the downtown of Budapest, starting with only 6 sandwiches. Thanks to our continuous expansion we could move from the tiny kitchen to a slightly bigger one and today we are serving 12 different sandwiches and some Vietnamese specialties to our guests at any time of the day.