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Ba Xuyen


BrooklynSunset Park

$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight DinnerCheap EatsLunch

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Ba Xuyên is our go-to spot in Sunset Park for a banh mi—and it's also one of the best versions of the Vietnamese sandwich in the city. They make 11 different kinds, most of which you’ll see in pictures behind the counter, but our favorite is the classic #1 with crispy bread, plenty of vegetables, and pork in various forms (ham, paté, pork roll, etc.). Our second favorite is the #7 (the sardine variety), which pairs well with a durian shake. This is mostly a takeout spot, but there are a couple of tables in the cafe-like space.

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