Wednesday, 18 June 2014


Vietnamese banh mi - Viet sub in Mississauga-
Wonder Where to buy Vietnamese sandwich BANH MI in Mississauga?

This is something that must check out! You don’t want to end up stepping into a wrong store for Banh Mi

BANH MI SAIGON – Saigon Bakery
  • Address: 1133 Dundas street East, Mississauga
  • Opening hours: 12 pm- 5 pm
  • Phone: (905) 615-0062
  • Price: $3
This store has been around in Dundas East Mississauga for over 10 years. Definitely a first choice for Banh mi – Vietnamese sandwich to try. Not surprisingly, its rated as the best Viet Sub in Mississauga
It’s freshly baked and made to order in a selection of cold cuts, pate, sausage or grilled meats all priced starting at $3 which was used to be at $2.50. The price has been elevated since its sold to new store owner.
If you would like to order more than two items, make sure you come early and order first as the fact that sandwich here is sold out very quick. If you don’t believe, let’s try to come around Noon then you see its frequently long line up from outside store.
BANH MI TAN DINH – Tan Dinh Bakery

  • Location: 3415 Dixie Road in Mississauga ON, inside the Grand Chinese market
  • Phone: (905) 624-9099
  • Open hours: 11PM – 5 or 6
  • Price: $2.50
  • Freshly made to order in a selection of cold cuts, pate, sausage or grilled meat
  • Friendly staff and affordable price
  • Bread here is tender, crisp, not crunchy
  • Big bun with vegetable, ham, pate, etc
Banh mi Vietnam - Viet Sub in Mississauga-

  • Location 888 Dundas Street E
  • Mississauga, ON L4Y 4G6
  • Phone number(905) 275-0988
  • Price: $2.50- $3

Such a bargain compared to other choices above. Price is amazing with more variety of menus.

Friendly staff which nicely interacts with customers

This is the place they make their own bread, which is crisp outside and moist inside.

Freshly made to order and dessert iced (3 colour iced and other varieties) are available to order.

Menu: banh mi –Vietnamese sandwich with a lot of more variety compared to the other two above, deserts, sugar cane drinks, Vietnamese coffee, readymade Vietnamese dishes such as Pho, steam rice with different kinds of combination, and etc

It’s like a convenient and mini grocery store where you can find plenty of great Vietnamese readymade dishes.

Beyond the list above, there are some Viet Sub scattered in different areas which I don’t recommend as the banh mi is not tasty at all.

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