Saigon Sandwich / San Francisco

560 Larkin St Btw Eddy & Turk San Francisco 94102
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 07:00 - 17:30

The ONE and ONLY SAIGON SANDWICH (San Francisco, California, USA). Saigon Sandwich has received impressive coverage in the NEW YORK TIMES, Los Angeles Times, Chef's Feed video on Virgin America Airline flights, USA TODAY, Huffington Post, Esquire Magazine, Food & Wine Magazine, Travel+ Leisure Magazine, Playboy Magazine, 7x7 SF Magazine, ABC 7 A-List, NBC Bay Area, Eater SF "Most Iconic Sandwiches," SF Bay Guardian, TripAdvisor, Best of Yelp (2000+), Foodspotting, ZAGAT's Best SF Sandwiches and much more! From Hawaii, to Seattle, to Philadelphia, to Miami, to Washington DC, to New York City and London, people have traveled to San Francisco's famous Saigon Sandwich. See links below.

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Tips from the Net @ Saigon Sandwich
Cristina Jimenez en
It always and I mean always has a line and I've bought it more than 3 times but I always like Lee's combo better. The longer bread allows for a better meat ratio. Here it's just all stuffed into a small french roll. GooglePlace - July 2017
David Wang en
Phenomenally delicious bánh mì for incredibly good prices. Cheap and huge and delicious. The early opening time is a great bonus as well. GooglePlace - July 2017
Pearson Brennan en
Quintessential bahn mi. First bahn mi I ever had came from here back in my culinary school days. I think they cost $2.00 back then. I think they cost around $4.00 now. Pretty damn reasonable​ if you ask me GooglePlace - June 2017
Riam Chantree en
Amazing banh mi. I always make a stop when I fly to the Bay area. That bread alone plus the sauce and the right texture with the combination filling. Makes me wish I was in SF right now GooglePlace - May 2017
Carol Porter en
Saigon Sandwich Shop makes delectable, crunchy, spicy (you control the level) roast meat sandwiches on fresh French rolls for exceptionally affordable prices. They also offer a nice assortment of other Vietnamese food and treats. They've been around for many, many years -- a testament to their quality and value. My family picked up sandwiches from Saigon Sandwich Shop often when we lived in San Francisco. When we moved from San Francisco to the peninsula, we stopped at Saigon Sandwich Shop every time we visited the city -- despite the difficulties of parking in the area. On occasion, we craved the sandwiches enough to make a special trip. It's well worth it! My favorite is their roast pork sandwich prepared their usual way. GooglePlace - March 2017