Bánh Mì Station, a restaurant dedicated to the country’s favorite Vietnamese sandwich, will soon open its doors at Sylvan Thirty.
The restaurant is set to occupy a 1,400 square foot space at the development in the coming months, designed by Coeval Studio. When it’s finished Bánh Mì Station will offer seating for upwards of 50 diners, including space on an “enclosed arched trellis patio,” according to a press release. Inside, the spot will offer an industrial vibe with French touches intended to “convey the nostalgic feel of a train station.”
The quick-service spot will offer counter service with a self-ordering kiosk. As far as the food is concerned, diners can of course look forward to bánh mi piled high with five-spice pork belly, pickled veggies, jalapeno, and cucumber. In addition to the traditional proteins, options like ginger-turkey meatballs, brisket, lemongrass chicken and smoked pulled pork will also be on offer. Outside of the sandwiches, steamed bao, pulled pork-topped kimchi fries, and Thai curry mac and cheese will round out the menu.
Bánh Mì Station has not announced an official opening timeline, but construction is expected to begin on the space in April. Stay tuned for more details on its arrival.