Vietnamese 'banh mi' - one of the best sandwiches in the world

The Travel magazine has ranked the 6 most delicious sandwiches in the world, one of those is Vietnamese “banh mi”.

Arepa, which originates from Venezuela, is considered one of the very first sandwiches in the world, and very popular in other South African countries such as Colombia, Puerto Rico, Panama, and Dominica Republic. The dough is made of corn flour so as to light enough for a light meal at any time in a day. The filling includes chopped beef, beans, cheese, onion, and avocado. Or it could be enjoyed as a dessert with chocolate.
Submarine sandwich or “sub” for short, is a kind of baguette bread but smaller, filled with different kinds of meat, lettuce, tomato, onion, olive oil, and vinegar. The common meat used in this bread is Italian ham, American ham, turkey, and bacon.
Banh mi, one of the most popular sandwich, is the specialty of Vietnam. It is the combination of the French baguette and Vietnam local spices and flavors. “Banh mi” is usually filled with pate, or meat with vegetable, herbs, and chili sauce. “Banh mi”, like arepa, can be eaten at any time of the day. It can be a full breakfast, a quick lunch, a light dinner, or just a snack in the afternoon after a day of studying and working. According to The Travel, this is the perfect combination of European and Asian food, turning it into one of the best sandwiches in the world.
Sandwich reuben is one of the most popular in United States, especially in New York. It has the flavor of cabbage, Swiss cheese, and beef wrapped in buckwheat bread.
Croque-monsieur, is a kind of French sandwich. A right croquet-monsieur to the locals, has to have gruyere cheese. The cheese is mixed with béchamel sauce to make a salty cheesy creamy sauce. It is then spread onto the sandwich and eaten with ham. The sandwich also can be fried a little bit to make the cheese stretching and the bread crispier.
Going for a day tour in Hanoi with Mr Linh’s Adventures and enjoy not only “banh mi” but also other Vietnamese food.
 
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