This UWS Vietnamese spot serves bún bò bơ with sizzling butter beef, bánh mì filled with charbroiled pork belly that’s a top contender for the best ones in the city, and the banh chung chien appetizer - a deep-fried rice cake brick made of ground mung bean that’s filled with pork and comes with a tangy soy dressing. It’s a sticky appetizer that - with one of their entrees or bánh mì - makes for a filling meal that costs under $30.
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