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Baguette Bros Brings Fusion Vietnamese Sandwiches to Convoy

Plus wings, fries, coffee & beer.

Freshly soft opened on Convoy is Baguette Bros, which is specializing in fusion versions of the tasty Vietnamese sandwiches known as banh mi. While the classic banh mi at the fire-gutted K Sandwiches averaged around $3 a piece, Baguette Bros ring in at $6 to $8 — but the new shop, owned by brothers Tri, Quy and Phu Phan, is stuffing their sandwiches with everything from roasted pork belly to ribeye bulgogi and lemongrass tofu — and each order comes with a side of shrimp chips.

Beyond banh mi, the eatery is offering chicken wings seasoned with fish sauce, honey sriracha or lemon pepper, and hand cut French fries topped with pork belly and bulgogi. Open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, Baguette Bros stocks beer in bottles and serves boba tea drinks and iced coffee, from traditional condensed milk-sweetened Vietnamese coffee to versions made with Nutella and cookie butter.

Baguette Bros

4698 Convoy St #105, San Diego, CA 92111 (858) 256-6251

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