Updated： November 06, 2018
First In Japan! EBIS BANHMI BAKERY Serving Authentic Banh Mi Sandwiches Has Just Opened In Ebisu!
From the baking of the bread to the authentic mix of ingredients for the sandwiches' fillings, everything was learned by the chefs on location in Vietnam.
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Ebis Banhmi Bakery
From the same company operating some great vietnamese restaurants (Chopsticks, Binmin and others) in Tokyo comes a new shop specilizing in Banh mi sandwiches in Ebisu. This store makes their sandwiches from scratch! Baking their own breads in-store.
About The Bakery
It is very rare to find breads baked according to the original Vietnamese way. In order to reproduce this particular bread, a team went to the Northern part of Vietnam in the city of Vinh Phuc to train at the famous Hung Yen Bakery. There they stayed for two weeks, learning in the most faithful way how to make the sandwiches from the highly-esteemed Vietnamese shop.
The baking of the bread was only part of what was learned. The team also had the opportunity to learn from some locals with great expertise about the recipes and ingredients needed to assemble an authentic banh mi sandwich. The delicious sandwiches for you to enjoy capture the spirit of these kind people and essential elements of Vietnamese culture.
About The Banh Mi
Banh mi means bread in the Vietnamese language. It comes from the influence France had historically in the country. Bread became a mainstream food, but unlike the bread we find in Europe or Japan, the banh mi has the particularity of being particularily soft on the inside while having a hard crust. Inside this bread, many ingredients are added to make a delicious banh mi sandwhich. Ingredients include ham, liver pate, grilled meat, deep fried fish, etc. Ingredients vary depending on the region and shops. Ebis Banhmi Bakery uses a variety of authentic ingredients and also makes vegetable sandwhiches.
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