Bahn Mi sandwiches are comprised of strips of cold cuts or roast pork, pickled carrots and radish, cilantro, and fresh jalapenos if desired, all served on a toasted baguette. Chinatown's iterations of the popular sandwich usually run about $4 each.
Baoguette's sandwich is a little more expensive, but I feel justifiably so at $6 because:
1) Food is so cheap in Chinatown, and
2) They put A TON of roast pork in their sandwich!
Check out the photo below...
A closer look at the inside...note the thin layers of pork cold cuts (which taste like pate).
What's pictured is the classic "Baoguette" Bahn Mi, but they have other fillings too such as grilled pork chop topped with egg, Curry Beef, Spicy Catfish, BBQ Chicken, and Veggie. If you haven't done so yet, definitely try a Bahn Mi sandwich...they're quick, cheap, and delicious!
Baoguette (with Pho Sure)
120 Christopher St. in the West Village
Baoguette stand alone
61 Lexington Ave in Murray Hill
9 Maiden Lane by Wall St.
241 3rd Ave in Gramercy Park
37 St Marks Place in the East Villlage