Fusion cuisine combines the best of both worlds, much like when Jupiter crashes into Mars next year. Let flavors collide with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $9 for $18 worth of French-Vietnamese food for two
- $14 for $30 worth of French-Vietnamese food for four
The menu includes classic Vietnamese pho soups ($6.95–$7.95), bahn mi sandwiches filled with grilled meats or tofu ($6.50–$6.95), and French-inspired baguette sandwiches ($6–$6.50). These Groupons are valid for dinner (5 p.m.–9 p.m.) Monday through Friday, or any time on Saturdays.
Jennifer Richardson of KEZI 9 News recently wrote an article about Bon Mi, explaining that it’s owned by a Korean and French couple, which pays tribute to the historical intermingling of French cuisine and Vietnamese cuisine, particularly French cuisine’s introduction of bread to Vietnamese dishes. Bookended by baguette halves, the restaurant’s traditional bahn mi sandwiches come stuffed with sliced grilled meats, pickled veggies, housemade aioli, and asian dressings. The menu showcases café standards such as a ham-and-gruyere sandwich on a baguette or a croissant alongside Vietnamese pho soup swimming with noodles and bits of steak.
95% of 265 customers recommend
“Love their sandwiches and pho both. Service is fast/friendly.”
“Full size banh mi looks like a great bargain, and that's what most other customers opt for. Pho is good, but unless you're super hungry, you're probably better off...”
“Full size banh mi looks like a great bargain, and that's what most other customers opt for. Pho is good, but unless you're super hungry, you're probably better off just getting a sandwich OR soup, and not both with a combo - we ended up taking a lot home. Red hot pork seemed really popular, but I enjoyed the tofu banh mi quite a bit, if you're into that sort of thing.”