Whereas the phó is fashionable amongst prospects, the restaurant’s bánh mì ($7.25) is an in depth second. The Vietnamese sandwich options flaky, housemade bread, and it makes a fast meal. “It’s one thing that’s very easy to seize on the go,” Kathy Nguyen mentioned. “Lots of people are conscious that we make our bread in home. Jason wakes up early to make the bread from scratch.”
Sandwiches include both grilled or steamed pork, hen, pork sausage or pork meatball. The bánh mì đặc biệt ($7.50) combines jambon, head cheese and sliced steamed pork. All bánh mì sandwiches have pate, mayo and a housemade sauce.
Different objects on the menu embody the grilled pork sausage rolls (nem nướng nha trang) ($7.50-$13.75) and spring rolls (gỏi cuốn) (2 for $7).
Viet Kitchen boasts a powerful record of fruit teas like guava, strawberry and kiwi lime ($5.00). There’s additionally quite a lot of boba ($0.75) which prospects can add to their teas. Mango, passionfruit, strawberry and different boba flavors can be found, in addition to varied flavored jellies. Boba, generally known as bubble, are tapioca balls added to tea after it’s been blended with milk.
Kathy Nguyen mentioned their teas are influenced by teas in California the place she used to reside. Viet Kitchen’s menu additionally consists of milk teas ($5.45), smoothies ($7.25) and different drinks. If a buyer requests a drink that’s not on the menu, she mentioned they will make it so long as they’ve the syrup for it.