Did you ever have one of those days where you were too tired to move but not too tired to play a mobile game? That happened to me one day. I didn’t have any work that day, so it was fine.
Anyway, I took a break from playing to check my blog’s social media accounts. I happened to see a post on Facebook. “Buy 3 Banh Mi for only Php 499,” it says. It’s a VietYum Banh Mi Bundle.
So I did some research and found the information I needed. I asked my uncle to call for me because I’m 97 per cent introverted.
VietYum’s mission is to provide you with fresh, flavorful, and on-the-go Vietnamese food. Banh Mi, Bun Thit Nuong, Air-Fried Spring Rolls, Fresh Spring Rolls, and All Natural Lemongrass Iced Tea are available.
But after seeing their Banh Mi Bundle post, we decided to go with that. Each Banh Mi is priced at Php 179. They are offering a Php 499 Banh Mi Bundle in honour of World Sandwich Day until November 30, 2021.
Let me now share the sandwiches with you.
Classic Pork Banh Mi, Lemongrass Chicken Banh Mi, and Mushroom Sisig are the three varieties available. We ordered all. Their soft baguette, by the way, is 8 inches long. If you wish to eat it as a snack, one Banh Mi is sufficient for two people. However, I believe this may be eaten on its own as a meal.
I like the Lemongrass Chicken Banh Mi. It’s made with savoury marinated chicken, cilantro, cucumber, pickled radish, and carrots, and it’s slathered in liver patè, mayo, and hoisin sauce.
The Mushroom Sisig is my second favourite. There are four types of mushrooms in this dish: shitake, black fungus, button, and oyster, as well as butter, pickled radish, and carrots, cucumber, mayo, hoisin sauce, and cilantro.
The Classic Pork Banh Mi is delicious, too, but there are bits of grilled and char siu pork that are hard to chew. The classic Pork Banh Mi is made with grilled and char siu pork, cilantro, cucumber, and pickled radish and carrots. It’s also smeared with liver pâtè, Hoisin sauce and mayonnaise.
We had these delivered, as previously stated. They were still warm when they arrived. I recommend eating them right away. If you had something to do and left it on the table, cut the sandwich in half. Then toast them in the oven or the Airfryer. It was fantastic. The bread became a little crunchier. And the filling was deliciously all over the place when you bit into it. It was, indeed, a sloppy but delicious mess.
Are you ready to give VietYum a try? Please check their website https://www.vietyumph.com/ to see which branch is closest to you. I guarantee you that they have all of the branch’s information on that page. As my uncle did, you can call the numbers written there.
They offer both takeout and delivery. Gcash, BPI, and BDO are the accepted payment methods. To be sure, ask the branch about COD.