I don't know what they put in the "banh mi" but it does taste like the one I used to eat in Vietnam. The staff are nice. There are places I would travel 30 km back and forth just for the sake of eating their food and this is one. I didn't have coffee there because it's not my thing, but from the pictures of the filter-dripping coffee, it looks like they do go out of their way to make the experience as authentic as possible. I have actually recommended this place to many people and they do agree on the quality of the food.
Had lemon grass chicken satay salad for lunch. My salad is fresh but full of flavour. Was initially worried about chicken could taste a little bit dry but the texture is perfect. Love the vermicelli as well, made out of rice so not as heavy as flour based noodles, which is cooked just right. it would be raw and hard if under cooked but break into pieces if over, or too sticky if left out for too long. Will certainly be back to try out beef and tofu. The only shortfall is the amount of chicken I get is fairly minimum, sure other customers would need to buy something else for lunch if the same amount served.
Really enjoyed the lemongrass chicken bahn mi. They were happy make one without mayo and pate for me. There was a good amount of chicken inside and it was delicious.