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17 Great Cold Noodles in New York for Hot Summer Days

Linnea Zielinski 11 comments

Come warm weather, we're all up for cold noodles: cool, nutty soba; Korean nang myeun in ice broth; tongue-tingling Chinese noodles laced with chili oil—we'll take 'em all. What will we be eating when the thermometer rises to three digits? These are a good start. More

The Great New York Banh Mi Hackathon

Max Falkowitz 19 comments

In the past we've hacked together our own banh mi, stuffing them with the likes of soft shell crab and local tofu. This is that same ethic on a grander scale: a true New York banh mi mashup with fillings from fish balls to falafel to pastrami. The result: 19 banh mi this city can be proud of. More

A Sandwich a Day: Meatball Banh Mi at Banh Mi Saigon

Max Falkowitz 3 comments

The meats at Banh Mi Saigon lean towards the standard or mediocre, which is where these meatballs come in. More

For The Best Vegan Banh Mì In Chinatown, Mash It Up

J. Kenji López-Alt 1 comment

Finding good vegan lunch around our office in Chinatown has not been particularly difficult for Erin and me in our month-long Vegan Experience. Great vegan sandwiches, on the other hand, is a little more difficult. The solution? An easy DIY sandwich hack job. More

Sandwich Hack: How to Make a Soft Shell Crab Banh Mi

Ben Fishner 8 comments

Everything tastes good on a crusty baguette with cucumbers, pickled veggies, mayonnaise, and plenty of cilantro and jalapenos. That's why Eater X, who must remain nameless due to his government job in Chinatown, invented this mashup of a salt baked soft shell crab from Great NY Noodletown stuffed into a vegetarian Vietnamese sandwich from Banh Mi Saigon. More

Lunch Today: Shrimp Summer Rolls from Banh Mi Saigon

Lunch Today Erin Zimmer Post a comment

You know those summer days when you're not in the mood for anything too hot or heavy for lunch, your office AC is busted, and you're still full from the crunchy peanut butter tastings? Well, it was one of those days, so when walking across the street to Banh Mi Saigon, the packaged gỏi cuốn, or shrimp summer roll trio ($5), in the fridge next to the sodas looked light, refreshing, and perfect. More

Sugar Rush: Banh Bo Nuong at Banh Mi Saigon

Sugar Rush Kathy YL Chan 2 comments

The crowds come for the banh mi, but my visits to Banh Mi Saigon on Grand Street are for the sweets. More

Sugar Rush: Che Ba Mau at Banh Mi Saigon

Sugar Rush Kathy YL Chan 2 comments

Banh Mi might be the draw at this much loved Vietnamese sandwich shop, but don't leave without a cup of the Rainbow Drink (Che Ba Mau) for a mere $2.75. Suitable for breakfast, dessert, or a snack, the Che... More

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