After having had Banh Mi in Vietnam in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, I was starting to crave some Banh Mi. I stopped in today and had a sandwich. The ingredients were fresh, it had a full taste. Made me feel as if I...More
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I ordered the combination sandwich, which they said is their most popular. I've had much better banh mi elsewhere. It's a storefront with no place to sit down, and a bit of a dive. Takeout only.
I live in Rockland. Banh mi sandwiches here run about $8. Kim's are WAY cheaper and WAY better. I regret I'm too far away to eat there more frequently.
Kim's sandwiches is one of the places I miss the most. The food is incredibly cheap ($3 a sandwich) and delicious too! In addition, Kim and her daughter are lovely!! Stopping by just to chat with them is also worth the visit! I can only...More
I 'discovered' Kim's about five years ago and have been a regular ever since. For years I drove by and wondered what the Vietnamese Iced Coffee mentioned on their sign board was like. I finally went in one day and ordered that coffee and a...More
Are you hungry? Do you like tasty sandwiches? Are you in the market for pork buns or syndicated Asian television shows on DVD? If you answered “yes” to any of the following questions you should definitely check out Kim’s Sandwich shop. $3 nets you an...More
I can't bring myself to eat anywhere else when I'm in Portland at lunchtime. The sandwiches are unbelievably amazing. They don't make their own bread, but with the careful toasting, you almost can't tell. You can't beat the price, but I would pay twice as...More
Kim's is a weekly favorite for our entire family. Located in a warm and friendly asian grocery shop the counter at Kim's offers a long list of Veitnamese sandwiches all for under $3! They are served on a toasted roll, filling and super tasty. Kim's...More