Lan Huê is an assembly line-style banh mi shop and bakery in a frustrating part of the ID that has no crosswalks. Unfortunately, the sandwiches are also frustrating: tough, dry pork, hard bread, and no excitement. Look elsewhere for your banh mi - here’s hoping wherever it is, it’s easier to get across the street.
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