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Banh Oui? Oui, Oui, Oui!

Tag: Dining

Now open at Cahuenga and Selma is the new sandwich shop called Banh Oui. According to the restaurant's website, "Banh Oui" translates to "Bread Yes." It is a marriage of two languages, Vietnamese and French, and is indicative of the two types of food on offer at this intriguing new establishment. Created by Armen Piskoulian and Casey Felton with the motto of "experience through taste," the menu features items like the Pork Belly Banh Oui, the Chicken Meatball Banh Oui, Lemon Pepper Wings, Vietnamese Caesar Salad, Oui Burger, and Oui Spiced Fries. They offer a line of unique sauces to augment your meal, such as Vietnamese Ranch, Sriracha Ketchup, and their House Dressing.

The Chicken Katsu Banh Oui sandwich from Banh Oui in Hollywood. (Photo by Devin Strecker)

Banh Oui also features Vietnamese Iced Coffee, and on Tuesday nights they have a special on their wings for $5. And for a real taste sensation, don't forget to try their unique Sticky Tofu, tossed in Vietnamese Caramel and topped with Cilantro, Rau Ram, Mint, Fresno Chilies, and Fried Shallots.

The menu board at Banh Oui in Hollywood. (Photo by Devin Strecker)

In addition to serving food for dining in or to-go, Banh Oui also offers catering with lunch boxes for five to twenty people or more. They are also available through delivery via Grubhub, Caviar, and PostMates.

The "Hunger Monster" mural hand painted by local artist MJ Collin at Banh Oui in Hollywood. (Photo by Devin Strecker)

Banh Oui is open Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and Sundays from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Banh Oiu
1552 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
(323) 645-7944

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