Bun Mee Vietnamese Sandwiches

Hello Good Lunchers,

The good ol’ sandwich – picture it in your mind; everyone knows it, loves it, and it’s a lunch staple.  Well the image you are currently envisioning is nothing like the sandwiches at Bun Mee, the Vietnamese Sandwich Eatery.

Bun Mee is the phonetic spelling of Bahn mi, the Vietnamese word for bread (your language lesson for the day).  Bun Mee combines French and Vietnamese culinary influences to serve innovative sandwiches.  Bun Mee also serves appetizers, rice bowls, salads, sides, and desserts. They are a gourmet sandwich eatery that blends the street food concepts of Vietnam, with flavorful modern interpretations using fresh, local ingredients.  And guess what?!  Good Lunch now delivers from Bun Mee!

Bun Mees delectable eats have been tooted all over town on theHuffington Post SF, Yelp, 7 x 7 SF, GrubStreet, San Francisco Chronicle, and by the SF Examiner.  Patricia Unterman, acclaimed food writer for the SF Examiner states, “The genius Vietnamese conflation of the raw and the cooked is at the heart of Bun Mee’s appeal.  Every single type of sandwich is delicious at Bun Mee.”

To highlight a few of Bun Mee‘s brilliant items:

  • Hanoi-Style Crispy Catfish – Crispy fried turmeric catfish, red curry aioli, shaved onion, pickled carrot, daikon, cucumber, jalapenos, and cilantro in a fresh roll.
  • Bun Mee Combo – Hand carved roast pork, paté de campagne, mortadella, garlic aioli, shaved onion, pickled carrot, cucumber, jalapenos, and cilantro on a fresh roll.
  • Caramel Citrus Rice Bowl – Choice of roast pork, grilled chicken, grilled steak, grilled prawns, or grilled tofu, over daikon sprouts, pickled papaya, avocado slices, orange and grapefruit segments, topped with crispy shallots and cilantro sprigs with a lime vinaigrette sauce served over garlic or brown rice.

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Happy Lunching!

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