Today I had lunch at one of my favorite lunch spots near my work: The Broadway Cafe. It’s a TINY little restaurant on the south end of Broadway that has about six tables and a make-shift kitchen in the back. The owners are so sweet and friendly and know me by name now—although I try not to go too often because I don’t ever want to tire of eating there.
I ordered my usual, a Vietnamese Sandwich (Banh Mi) with Pork. It comes on a soft and flaky French roll, piled with salty, seasoned shredded pork, white onions, lettuce, tomato, cucumber slices, shredded carrot and cilantro sprigs. It was so good.
All the other hot dishes (pho, teriyaki, curry, etc.) look great, but I’m so addicted to the sandwich that I have never ordered anything else. I think I should work on expanding my horizons.