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Saigon Sandwiches

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  • Vietnamese, Sandwiches
  • 560 Larkin St, San Francisco CA94102 37.78298 -122.417404
  • (Btwn Turk & Eddy St)
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  • (415) 474-5698
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User Ratings (Based on 4 reviews)

4.285
Food 4.4 Value 5.0
Service 4.5 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(415) 474-5698
Notes:
Cash Only
Hours:
Daily: 7am-5pm
Serves:
Lunch
Features:
Cheap Eats, Wheelchair Friendly, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Saigon Sandwiches

    Posted by Mellow on 12/24/2013

    Sooooooo Good....

    I come from a town where the lowly sandwich is raised to " haute cuisine". This small hole- in - the- wall has more flavor packed into the FINEST french bread that bakers of paris can produce than some 7 course meal in a fancy SF restaurant. The roast pork has zero fat and is sweet. Throw $5 on the counter and say keep the change and they will know you- because you will be back again and again.

  • Saigon Sandwiches

    Posted by cynthia c on 01/05/2013

    best sandwich in the city and cheap too

    i wanted a chicken sandwich stop by saigon and it was the bomb... i go there 2-3 times a week...

  • Saigon Sandwiches

    Posted by Dan on 07/22/2008

    great take-out lunch

    fantastic cheap and delicious food. I arrived at 12-05 and was served a brilliant spicy roast pork baguette. Mind you, by the time I took it out, there was a queue of maybe 20 people stretching out of the door, so I am clearly not the only person who thinks that it is great.

  • Saigon Sandwiches

    Posted by Polly Enmity on 09/08/2006

    Yummy Sandwiches!

    Who knew that Vietnamese food tasted so good on a baguette? Saigon Sandwiches does it up right: your choice of meat, accented with plenty of jalapenos, cilantro, pickled daikon & carrots. Lotsa fish sauce all over the whole big mess. The baguettes are nice and crispy, the meat is succulent, and it's CHEAP. I'm talkin' about a meal that costs about $3. I love banh mi, and these totally win for the best in town.

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