Where to get our favorite Vietnamese sandwiches in Houston.
Chelsea ThomasJanuary 26, 2023
Luloo’s Day & Night is a casual all-day eatery in Garden Oaks from the team behind Blood Bros. BBQ.
Gianni GreeneJanuary 27, 2023
Where to get our favorite Vietnamese sandwiches.
Duy Sandwiches is an all-vegetarian Vietnamese restaurant and grocery in Chinatown.
Bánh Mì Bon is a bright and cheery Vietnamese cafe in Westchase.
Thim Hing, a cash-only spot in Chinatown, exports what appears to be a metric ton of bánh mì every day.
The first bite of a bánh mì at Khang Vietnamese Sandwich Cafe in Alief will change you.
Kim Tài is one of the few remaining original Vietnamese restaurants in Midtown.
Laredo Taqueria off Washington Ave. is where you should go for tacos, regardless of the time of day.
Chelsea ThomasDecember 15, 2022
Head to Huynh, which is just east of downtown, for a lunch of Vietnamese classics like pho, vermicelli bowls, and banh cuon.
If you only have fifteen minutes for lunch, you can rely on Pho Saigon in Midtown.
Cali Sandwiches & Pho is a casual Vietnamese spot in Midtown.
Thien An Sandwiches in Midtown is a dependable spot for a quick lunch, basically Houston’s version of a Vietnamese diner.
Supreme Gumbo is Cajun/Creole spot in the Heights.
Gianni GreeneDecember 15, 2022
Gatlin’s BBQ in Garden Oaks serves consistent, juicy barbecue and Southern-style sides.
Pondi Bake Lab is a bakery and cafe above Pondicheri serving Indian street food and pastries.
Vibrant is a coveted all-organic cafe in Montrose.
Fifth Vessel Coffee is a cafe and bakery in downtown Houston.
Cochinita & Co. serves incredible cochinita de pibil tacos out of Kickin’ Kombucha cafe in the East End.
Reggae Hut is a cozy spot in the Third Ward that has been serving Caribbean dishes for the last 25 years.
Brothers Taco House in EaDo is a breakfast taco nexus for anyone working in or around the downtown area.