Updated: November 06, 2018
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Tokyo's Best Banh Mi and Where to Find it!

Banh Mi's are perfect anytime of the day and anytime of the year. The mix of fresh daikon, cilantro, meat makes it super addictive. And it's a super cheap way to grab a bite. Perfect for foodies and people on the cheap alike!

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Bánh mì Sandwich

This tiny restaurant is a take-out corner, but there are also some small benches to sit on when the weather permits. This place is tucked away in the smaller streets of Takadanobaba (or just "baba" for locals), and is a well-kept secret. Shhhh!
This is their monthly banh mi, spicy pork and it's so tasty! It's made with lemongrass paste, and a spicy sauce, you probably will get another one!
Large sandwiches are 550 YEN, and the small sizes are 330 YEN! What a deal!

Banh Mi Banh Mi

This restaurant feels very much like a fast-food chain, but their banh-mi's are quite delicious! This restaurant is in Shibuya, a few minutes from the station.
This banh mi is their summer specialty, a spicy beef banh mi with coriander and lemongrass! Yum! They have loads of different flavors to try from, and even have vegetarian-friendly options!

Banh Xeo Saigon

This restaurant has branches all over Tokyo, with different types of restos, from more street food type of restos, to pho restos.
You can have their famous banh mi's for around 500 YEN, and you can have them as take-out or eat them there.

BANH MI XIN CHAO

This tiny restaurant is about a 10 minute walk from Takadanobaba station and is held by some Vietnamese students. Their restaurant is tiny, but there are a few seats inside to sit, or you can take it to go.
Their sandwiches are delicious and authentic! ....and cheap! Their sandwiches are around 500-600 YEN, and sets aren't so much more expensive. If you want to encourage some young people for their initiative and good food, this is the place to go!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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