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CH Addict | Feb 24, 200604:02 PM     19

So I'm riding the bus down Mission St. and I see an awning with "Vietnamese Sandwiches" on it. I think to myself, "Strange, how did I not notice a banh mi joint in the Mission?"

On the way back from my appointment, I stop in. I see a sign that says "Comida Yucatan," tacos in the window, and pizza! I'm so confused. I walk in and see Vietnamese sandwich meats. Tiny space, a handful of tables all occupied by Hispanic men, and a line at the door. I asked the guys in line if the food was good and they heartily said yes.

Didn't want to wait in line so I ordered a banh mi to go. It's pretty good but one of the types of meat is a mystery to me, didn't like it, and pulled it out. The rest is good. Big, $2.50.

Brief chat w/ the counter lady, she informed me she is half Vietnamese and half Mexican. No printed menu yet, they've only been open 10 days. From the looks on the diners' faces, I will definitely have to return for the Yucatan side of things.

Has anyone tried it yet? Thanks!

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