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Head To Banh Mi And Wok In Indiranagar For Its Vietnamese Sandwiches & Trendy Decor

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Banh Mi and Wok, Indiranagar’s newest Pan Asian fast food eatery, serves banh mi sandwiches, baos and more. With trendy vibes and clever plating, this place is great for a quick meal and an Instagram post.

Chow Down

Kalpi Chicken Banh Mi, Pulled Me Banh Mi, Five Spiced Fried Bao

Sip On

Vietnamese Iced Coffee

Winning For

The short eats, the Insta-worthy ambience and the cool concept of touch screens and buzzers for your orders. The packaging {served on a banana leaf in a cardboard box} and the quirky plating win brownie points from us. Plus a thumbs up to the quick service as well.

Lowdown On The Ambience

Banh Mi and Wok is as colourful as a restaurant can be, with yellow, red and blue chairs, an orange and white scheme for the kitchen and fast food style counters. We love the colourful, trendy vibe of the place. There is a funky wall of green — cute hanging plants proudly displaying the restaurant’s name. This might make for a nice selfie spot. The menus are on screens, and you can touch and select what you wish to order. They even have hand held menus if the touch screen concept isn’t working for you. Banh Mi and Wok also has free WiFi guys.

Asia In A Box

Banh Mi and Wok is just what Bangalore needed – a fast food, Pan Asian restaurant that prices its food reasonably but also offers plenty of interesting options. There is, of course, Vietnamese on the menu with an entire section dedicated to banh mis {Vietnamese sandwiches made with French baguettes}, and the other hero of the menu are baos, with some stir fries and curries. Plus, they also do Vietnamese iced coffee in cute bottles.

We tried the Kalbi Chicken Banh Mi, a take on a Korean favourite. The chicken was stir fried, a mix of sweet and spicy. Coupled with the mix of fresh and pickled veggies and mayo, which was perfect inside the bread, a little hard, but that was overlooked. The Pulled Me Banh Mi had slow cooked teriyaki chicken, veggies and mayo, working well with the bread, soaking up all the sauce. Though the five spice chicken was rather tasty, we didn’t really care about the deep fried bao it was encased in. What we didn’t get is that the banh mi was not done in a French style baguette as is tradition in Vietnam.

So We're Thinking

Pick up your laptop and come here for a work lunch, or with a few friends for a work break. They’re also open till 1 AM, so you can even come here after a few pints and soak it all up with some banh mi and bao.