Tag Archives | Vietnamese subs

Pho Boi Victoria, BC

Pho Boi “A Taste of Vietnam” is a chain of Vietnamese food restaurants with locations in Richmond, Coquitlam, Nanaimo and Victoria. Their Victoria establishment is conveniently situated in the food court at Mayfair Mall. They serve a variety of pho noodle soup dishes, rice plates, and vermicelli bowls, but we came here for one thing […]

Vietnamese Food in Langford at Culis Market Review

There is a definite lack of Vietnamese restaurants in Greater Victoria, BC’s West Shore communities, but we did find one! Located inside Langford’s Reflections building on the corner of Veterans Memorial Parkway and Hoffman Avenue, Culis Market is a convenience store with a mini cafe inside serving Taiwanese-invented bubble tea and a limited selection of […]

DD Mau – VANEATS.ca ‘#GiveMeMAU’ Dining Pass [PREVIEW]

Yaletown is a neighbourhood in downtown Vancouver known for being quite trendy and hip with the young folk. Due to this, there is a high concentration of great restaurants and cafes to frequent at all hours of the day. The newest culinary collaboration by the great team over at VANEATS.ca is with DD Mau, a […]

DD Mau – New Banh Mi Shop In Yaletown [Review]

DD Mau — “we know how to put awesome in a baguette” — is an upscale Vietnamese sandwich shop in Yaletown. Located on Pacific Boulevard, across the street from Urban Fare and Sciue, DD Mau uses quality ingredients to make tasty bánh mì, vermicelli bowls, spring & salad rolls, Vietnamese coffee, smoothies, and lime drinks. […]

Kim Express Vietnamese Cuisine Review

We needed a quick lunch earlier this week while we were working hard at our business and getting our condo ready to put on the market. We didn’t have time to enjoy a leisurely afternoon dine-in meal, so we opted for some quick Vietnamese food take-out. Vietnamese food in Kits is slim-pickings as the cuisine […]

Ba Le Deli & Bakery (Kingsway) Review

Unfamiliar with banh mi? Well, they’re traditional Vietnamese sandwiches served on French baguettes. We’ve had authentic banh mi from street food carts in Vietnam (you can read about it here). If you’re a banh mi fan and live in Vancouver, then you’ve most likely been to a Ba Le location. There are three of these […]

Ba Le Vietnamese (Kona, Hawaii)

We happened upon Ba Le Vietnamese in the Kona Coast Shopping Center one morning while searching for a quick bite to eat before we hit the beach. We were intrigued. The restaurant had a similar logo to the Ba Le locations in Vancouver (Kingsway, Chinatown, and Surrey) – although we’re not certain whether or not […]

Tung Hing Bakery Review – Vietnamese Sub (Bánh Mì) Sandwiches

Tung Hing Bakery was founded almost thirty years ago by Executive Chef Lien, and it was one of the first Chinese/Vietnamese bakeries to open in Toronto, ON, in 1985. Currently Tung Hing has five different bakeries located across the Greater Toronto Area, and luckily for us Vancouverites, there is one location in Vancouver on Kingsway, […]

Kim Penh Xe Lua Vietnamese Restaurant Review

Late night eats and 24-hour establishments are few and far between in Vancouver. That’s where Kim Penh Xe Lua fills the void of Vietnamese restaurants offering middle-of-the-night pho and banh mi. The restaurant, located on West Broadway (near Cambie), is really spartan and tackily decorated – but that was to be expected. We ordered Vietnamese […]

Au Petit Cafe Review

Au Petit Cafe is a little Vietnamese restaurant on Main Street (between East 32nd & 33rd). Many Vietnamese sub joints in Vancouver are true hole-in-the-walls, but this one in particular just seems extra (ghetto) spartan. Nothing really in particular, maybe it’s the ’80s pink decor, but it’s more like just the vibe of the restaurant. […]

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