Banh Mi opens at SM Clark

PAMPANGA. Taste authentic Vietnamese sandwiches at Bahn Mi Kitchen at the second floor bridgeway of SM City Clark. (Contributed Photo)

A RESTAURANT offering authentic Vietnamese sandwiches is now open at SM City Clark (SMCK).

Banh Mi, a Vietnamese word for baguette, opened its second store in Central Luzon at the second floor of SMCK.

Banh Mi Kitchen offers healthy and delicious Vietnamese sandwiches including The Classic Banh Mi, Protein Monster, Wagyu Tapa, Vegetarian Satay and Lemongrass Chicken among others.

Owners Kevin and Marion Patawaran said their sandwich recipes are innovative, fresh and great tasting.

Banh Mi was founded by Ramoncito Santos who was looking for a product that was new, simple and easy to create in Vietnam. He experienced oddly delicious combination of flavors and fresh ingredients with local cuisines.

Upon his return to Manila, he decided to turn the idea of traditional and innovation into a product.

The first banh mi flavors were served in a crunchy bagutte on June 21, 2016 in its flagship store at SM Megamall.

Since then, Banh Mi Kitchen has expanded to become the fastest growing banh mi franchise in the Philippines.


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