|Address:||5150 Buford Hwy NE, Doraville, GA 30340, USA|
|Working:||9AM–8PM 9AM–8PM 9AM–8PM Closed 9AM–9PM 9AM–9PM 9AM–9PM|
Craving Banh Mi? Youre in luck, this place is the bomb! With Banh Mi prices starting at $2.50, youll be very impressed with how much food you can get for under $10. Not to mention the authenticity of it. I absolutely love the banh mi here and the pho is done pretty well here. Lets start with the outside of this place though. The parking lot for this place is in Asian Square I believe. Its probably not to code. Be careful driving in this parking lot as it might not be safe for low riding cars. Second thing to note, dont judge the restaurant by the way it looks on the outside (or the inside either). No frills and thrills, just great food! Our server is always quick. Shes impeccably fast at serving and during lunch time even when the restaurant is filled at max occupancy, you can expect this woman (always the same one for me) to be flying around the restaurant shouting Vietnamese and taking orders left and right. Anyways, very important note: BRING CASH!!!! THIS IS A CASH ONLY PLACE! Theres a bank of America right down the street if you need an ATM. As per food, you cant go wrong with Banh Mi Thit Nuong and P9. Banh Mi Thit Nhuong (Grilled Pork Vietnamese Sub sandwich) is only $3. Itll be one of the best $3 youve ever spent. P9 is a fairly safe Pho (Viet Soup) for non-adventurous folks who like steak but not all the other crazy parts of the cow. I love this place and wish they could open a second restaurant inside Atlanta. Were lacking some great authentic Asian food like this outside of Buford Hwy.
Dee Dee C
This place is super busy, like super. I felt like I was in a fast food place in Vietnam. Loved that. From the chit chat, hustling and bustling, to the loud Vietnamese award show on the tv, this is what I think Vietnam must be like. While Quoc Huong Banh Mi Fast food serves up some fast, cheap (only $2), and delicious banh mi, their banh mi pales in comparison to Lees Bakery. Yep I said it. Do something! #TeamLeesBakery The banh mis here are very good, but the bread is not as warm an crispy as Lees. Also the pho broth is not as flavorful. It definitely took me a boat load more condiments to get the pho to my liking. Last, this place in my opinion is a bit more suspect in the food handling process than Lees Bakery. Yes, another comparison to Lees. They are the standard. Get over it. Like I said Im Team Lees Bakery for now, but I will definitely back again to try some of the other dishes that Quoc Huong Banh Mi Fast Food offers. They have awesome deals, and a varied menu, and you get hearty portions for cheap. Who can beat $5.50 for a huge bowl of noodles?! Not nobody. Final verdict: Di (English translation: go)! Oh, just make sure you bring cash, no credit cards are accepted.
This place shines as a self proclaimed fast food joint. Super quick, super cheap, and super delicious. Bring cash since they dont take credit or debit, but dont worry because their prices are easy on the wallet. Ingredients taste fresh and there is a spread of condiments on the table. I suggest the fermented pepper paste. Bread is crusty on the outside and soft on the inside. Sometimes they come a bit chewy, but not often. They also have Pho and other standard Vietnamese foods. I was short on cash one day thinking I had more money in my pocket. The woman working behind the counter told me to come back and not to worry about it. This has become my new Banh Mi spot. Get there before 2 pm on the weekends, because they might run out of bread. Dont be afraid to sit next to a stranger on the big table since its communal seating.
If I lived in Atlanta I would eat here far too often. This is a gem of a restaurant. Crazy fast service and food. Huge portions, great classic eats and A-mazing prices! This place has dial the classic Vietnamese menu and produces on point! SO good! Kitschy decor, air conditioned space in a strip mall. Makes it all that much better for some reason. Combine your meal with a bubble tea and its pure heaven. Pro Tip: Come with your cash, thats the only way to pay.
Ive tried to eat their famous Bahn Mi twice with no luck. This past Wednesday I finally had success and was extremely happy. The restaurant itself is low on atmosphere with little decor and basic seating. However, the grilled pork Bahn Mi sandwich is the best Ive ever eaten. It was simple, the ingredients were extremely fresh, and the portion was generous. I also ordered a hot tea and the entire meal was only $4. This is a must for foodies in Atlanta.
Best banh mi weve found in Atlanta. Very authentic...scant English spoken and prwrty basic but clean dining room -- cash only. The grilled pork is awesome with good char. You cant beat it @ $3 ea, and buy 5 get 1 free. So good weve been going once a week since we found it. Pho is good too, and equally cheap at $6.50/bowl. Havent tried any rice plates or appetizers yet, but Im sure theyre great too.
A great hole in the wall place for a quick bite while saving a few bucks - its about $3.50 for each sandwhich. They also serve a few soup and rice dishes but they are definitely known for their Banh Mi which is good, not great. This is a cash only place. If you eat in the service is pretty bad but I can overlook that since the Banh Mi was pretty good.
A great little whole in the wall type place. Nothing fancy, dont expect much on atmosphere but what they lack they make up on great food, good service, and wonderful price. Bahn mi are the best here and at 3.50 a piece great price too. Bubble tea heres are tasty also. Just dont come too late otherwise they may have already run out of bahn mi and pho.
This is the best Banh Mi Ive had. Ive eaten at Lees Bakery and a couple other Vietnamese places in town. Ive even made my own (and it was pretty darn good), but for the price, this place is unbeatable. The bread is just so much vastly better than Lees, this is now the only place Ill go for Banh Mi. I cant wait to explore the rest of their menu.
Banh Mi sandwich was quite good. Will have to come back for the pho. Only problem is the cash only policy. Last time had to run out again in search of an ATM, A couple on the other side of the road. Edit on 3 aug: best banh mi place, I keep cash these days just in case I end up here... Chicken and pork banh Mi are amazing
Incredible, authentic Vietnamese food in a dumpy strip mall location. They serve all the staples : Bun, Com, Pho, Banh Mi, etc. You name it, theyve got it. Service is quick and the food is cheap. Dont go for the decor, because youll be disappointed. Buy if steaming bowls of noodle soup is what youre after, this is the spot.
Good Việt bánh mi thịt. Quality has gone down a bit. Rushed, crowded at lunch time. Usually run out of bánh mi by late afternoon. Preparation sloppy when busy. Sometimes they drop the bread on the floor, pick it up and continue to serve. Noodle broths get salty the closer it is to closing time. Servers are sullen at times.