Baguette Bros.

A fusion Vietnamese Banh Mi restaurant located on Convoy next door to China Max was thought to be from LA or SF by design. Maybe the logo reminded me of the old fashion SF look like Boudin Bakery. But nope! Baguette Bros is owned by three brothers born and raised in San Diego.

Some food are better when they stick to tradition but sometimes we have those who dare to push the envelope. Kogi food truck mixed Korean and Mexican food together to make a tasty taco or fries. Baguette Bros offer their Banh Mi with a mix of Korean, a Bulgogi Banh Mi. They have a bit of Thai chicken Banh mi, and one of their popular item is the Belly Flop, a pork belly banh mi. My favorite from Baguette Bros are their fries!! The Bulgogi Fries and Pork Belly fries topped with an egg. Packed with a lot of flavors. Also, in case you were wondering, yes they serve beer there, bottled beer ranges from domestic to imports. The service was great too, super welcoming, attentive, like being a guest in their house for dinner. 

Meet Johnny, when you see him, just say "Hi Johnny." He would probably trip out and wonder how you know his name. 

Meet Johnny, when you see him, just say "Hi Johnny." He would probably trip out and wonder how you know his name. 

Bulgogi Banh Mi

Bulgogi Banh Mi

Bulgogi fries, can you tell I have a thing for Bulgogi?

Bulgogi fries, can you tell I have a thing for Bulgogi?

Pork Belly fries. 

Pork Belly fries. 

Special thanks to Amie for this very late birthday dinner, it was only 2 months ago!! haha. But like I've always said, "better late than never." 

Special thanks to Amie for this very late birthday dinner, it was only 2 months ago!! haha. But like I've always said, "better late than never."