Snap(shot) Judgements are posts that will appear with no real regularity. It’s primarily a way for us to get thoughts and photos up as soon as possible, especially when we have no plan to write a feature-length column on the subject. Here, Gary visits a couple of places in San Francisco’s Little Saigon for some bánh mì and phở.
If there’s one Asian cuisine that JP and I like with equal fervor, it’s gotta be Vietnamese. It’s not unheard of for us to have bánh mì for breakfast whenever one of us is visiting the other. After all, if they serve a terrific cup of coffee with your meal, why can’t a sandwich filled with all manners of pork be breakfast? That’s exactly what brought us to Little Saigon on the first morning of our Bay Area trip, in search of a bite before the drive up north to Santa Rosa. Then, on the final day of the trip, we made a return visit to the neighborhood in search of some phở before our flight home. On both counts, we were successful.
By the way, both places we went to while in Little Saigon were at the recommendation of Yvo at The Feisty Foodie. You should check her blog out – it’s good and she’s cool.