Add:93-C Xiangyang Rd N.
Open only two months, this little sandwich shop with a cute logo is the brainchild of a Vietnamese owner who wanted to bring delicious, authentic Vietnamese food to Shanghai. With a home kitchen, several recipes like the shiu mai (meatballs) and the skin pork terrine are from the owner's mother, and have the sweet taste of home. The selection is small, but the five sandwiches offered seem to be representative of popular Vietnamese sides. Banh-Mi also has a Vietnamese roll (30 yuan) that can be paired with a Vietnamese white or black coffee to make a full meal. Imported Vietnamese beer is also sold, at 32 yuan a bottle, but the drinks that scream to be tasted are the lychee ice slush (25 yuan) and Sam Bo Luong ice slush (18 yuan), the names of which give you a taste of southeast Asia before the first sip.