Sodium-filled sam­mie

Banh Mi Boys is set to open at Yonge ’n’ Eg, but be­ware the salt lev­els in duck banh mi

Richmond Hill Post - - Food -

Brothers David, Philip and Peter Chau have made a name for them­selves with their Banh Mi Boys eater­ies, serv­ing up Viet­namese sam­mies, baos and tacos. This spring, they’re open­ing a third shop at Yonge and Eglin­ton. Their duck con­fit banh mi is a de­li­cious choice, filled with leg meat, onion chut­ney, pick­led car­rots with daikon, cukes, cilantro and jalapenos. The calo­ries and fat are rea­son­able for a fill­ing meal, but the sodium gives you three quar­ters of your daily in­take in one sit­ting! Don’t go adding any kim­chi fries on the side.

The orig­i­nal BMB shop and the duck con­fit banh mi

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