Best of Halifax

Best Sandwich

Indochine Banh Mi

Kelly Neil
Gold winner, Indochine Banh Mi.

Gold Winner Indochine Banh Mi

Silver Winner Pete’s, Halifax

Bronze Winner Italian Market

We’re a far cry from the baloney and cheese-slice sandwiches you grew up with. Think more along the lines of citrus mayo, pickled carrots, fresh cilantro and chili, those just a few of the reasons Indochine’s sandwich scores big. A serious love for the Vietnamese bahn mi is what pushed Liz Smith to open her South Park Street restaurant back in 2010, and it’s the kind of love you can taste in every bite. Don’t forget to wash it all down with a bubble tea; ice-cold infusions with tapioca balls floating on the top. With a second location now open on Barrington Street, the banh mi empire can only grow as more people become aware of this sandwich revolution.

Comments (0)

Add a comment

Add a Comment


Did you vote in advance polls for the 2021 federal election?

Get more Halifax

Our Thursday email gets you caught up with The Coast. Sign up and go deep on Halifax.