Three $8 Vouchers for American-Latin-Asian Fusion Cuisine or Sandwich Meal at Better Than Mama's (Up to 38% Off)


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Dine on flavorful banh mi sandwiches, mac and cheese, tortas, tacos, and salads

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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Dine-in and carryout. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $15 for Three vouchers, each voucher valid for $8 worth of food and drink ($24 value)
  • $10 for One sandwich, drink, and choice of soup, salad, or chips ($14.50 value)

Guests can choose from a menu with a myriad of selections including an array of salsa and dips and featuring a Korean cheesesteak sandwich that includes Korean BBQ, kimchi and Better Than Mama’s own gochujang sauce.

Banh Mi: A Refreshing French Connection

Banh mi is more than just a sandwich; it’s a cultural amalgamation. Check out Groupon’s study of the tangy street food turned icon.

In Vietnamese, bánh mì simply means “bread,” and that’s where the iconic sandwich begins: a light, crispy baguette about half a foot in length, sliced down the center. Within its fluffy embrace, two other traditionally French ingredients—pâté and mayonnaise—meet the bold, refreshing flavors of Vietnamese cuisine. Classically, a cool and crunchy blend of cucumber, cilantro sprigs, pickled carrots, daikon radish, and thin slices of jalapeños or bird’s-eye chilies unite the dozens of protein options. Roasted pork belly, sausage, and shredded chicken are especially popular, and marinated tofu or seitan can often be found in restaurants or at Buddhist festivals. Fans of New Orleans cuisine may rightly recognize some textural similarities to the po’ boy: both are different evolutionary paths taken by the simple French baguette sandwich, which landed in Vietnam during French rule in the late 19th century.

The pile of ingredients sounds like it might make for a messy sandwich, but if the bread is fresh and malleable, it’s not hard to get a stratum of each ingredient in one neat bite. To keep their bread from becoming forbiddingly crusty, many banh mi shops bake their own loaves throughout the day, which they often sell alongside their sandwiches for customers who want to improvise their own filling combinations at home.

Customer Reviews

Everything is good!
Kathy B. · August 20, 2015
Great staff, Great food, and great service!!
Karen H. · August 20, 2015
The mushroom-brie soup, which they offer on most days, is fabulous!
Mary N. · August 20, 2015

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