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Banh Mi is the Vietnamese word for bread. In Vietnamese cuisine, banh mi also refers to a type of baguette that serves as a bun for sandwiches filled with savory and fresh flavors. The banh mi was introduced to Vietnam in the mid-19th century, becoming a staple street food in Saigon as early as 1950.

As opposed to the traditional banh mi —which commonly dons an assortment of cold cuts, pate, butter, and fresh vegetables— we offer a modern spin, showcasing braised, grilled, and fried meat (and vegetarian!) options with a combination of savoury sauces and fresh cucumber, pickled carrots, and cilantro.

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Banh Mi Boys first opened its doors to Toronto in 2011. Working out of a small mom-and-pop shop at Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue, three brothers armed with history and knowledge of Vietnamese cuisine began offering savoury hot meats in perfectly-toasted baguettes. It wasn’t long before word-of-mouth got around and what had initially started as a slow-moving venture led to bustling and eager line-up’s out the door.

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Banh Mi Boys first opened its doors to Toronto in 2011 . Working out of a small mom-and-pop shop at Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue, three brothers armed with history and knowledge of Vietnamese cuisine began offering savoury hot meats in perfectly-toasted baguettes. It wasn’t long before word-of-mouth got around and what had initially started as a slow-moving venture led to bustling and eager line-up’s out the door.

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Banh Mi Boys first opened its doors to Toronto in 2011. Working out of a small mom-and-pop shop at Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue, three brothers armed with history and knowledge of Vietnamese cuisine began offering savoury hot meats in perfectly-toasted baguettes. It wasn’t long before word-of-mouth got around and what had initially started as a slow-moving venture led to bustling and eager line-up’s out the door.

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Banh Mi Boys first opened its doors to Toronto in 2011 . Working out of a small mom-and-pop shop at Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue, three brothers armed with history and knowledge of Vietnamese cuisine began offering savoury hot meats in perfectly-toasted baguettes. It wasn’t long before word-of-mouth got around and what had initially started as a slow-moving venture led to bustling and eager line-up’s out the door.

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