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Lan Huê

Perfect For:Lunch


900 S Jackson St Ste 211, Seattle
Earn 3X Points

You can find this bakery at the bottom of an office building on Jackson, and what puts their bánh mì up there with the city’s best is the bread. Their rolls are hard and crusty but extra soft in the middle, making for the perfect vehicle for sweet grilled pork. We appreciate that Lan Hue is open from 8am-7pm, which makes it an ideal drop-by stop for a quick lunch, early dinner, or even just an eggy bông lan trứng muối or coconut bánh dứa trứng muối to snack on in the morning.

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