Baoguette Cafe (East Village)

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So the new trend is Vietnamese sandwiches these days.  In New York I wouldn't doubt that it was probably started by David Chang in his Ma Pache restaurant.  Not sure where to begin why this sandwhich is so wrong.  Vietnamese sandwiches are supposed to be cheap, fresh, and flavorful.  This sandwich was the opposite of all of that.  First of all New York isn't known for its fresh vegetables which is a must in Vietnamese sandwiches.  The veggies weren't crunchy and the pickling is overly sweet.  The bread is soggy and stale.  The meat was bland and minimal, especially for a sandwich that costs almost $9.  Its a pretty horrible representation of a Vietnamese sandwich.

Verdict:                   Worst Vietnamese sandiwch I've ever had.

Address:                  Baoguette Cafe
                                       37 St. Mark's Pl
                                       New York, NY 10003

Type:                         Vietnamese, sandwiches

Chomp worthy:  nothing

Pass:                            everything

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