Hankering for some Vietnamese sub, I stopped by at Ba-le (2148 Mackay) early noon to inquire about their sandwiches. The bread wasn't ready, a proof that they bake their breads in the premises.
Later the same day, I stopped by to get my fix. Grilled pork ($4) wasn't on the big sign-menu, but the waitress suggested that. I obliged. The bread was great, the fixings were decent, the pork was fantastic. But then again, I've never met a pork sandwich that I didn't like. I am not an expert on this sandwich, it is something I just recently started eating, but I must say I've had better sauce elsewhere. Not sure how authentic this is, but I prefer more mayonnaisey taste in the sandwich (or perhaps I am acting like a whitey). Still the sandwich hit the spot, kindly, especially the pork. I am going to put this place in my rotation, but I wonder if I can do better around this environs. Any takes?
Also, has anyone tried their soups?
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