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Published on December 11th, 2014 | by gatsbyadmin

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Ba Le Sandwiches

If you have ever heard of banh mi sandwiches or are already a fan, this place is for you. About ten years ago I moved to San Francisco from Aspen to attend culinary school. While attending school I lived about 5 blocks from the California Culinary Academy on Turk and Hyde streets in the infamous Tenderloin neighborhood. Everyday to and from school I’d stop in little Saigon for a banh mi and some bubble tea. About four dollars total and still one of the most memorable things I took away from the culinary scene in SF… That being said, Ba Le on south Federal in Denver does it exactly how I remember in SF. They have a great selection to choose from. I ordered two pâté sandwiches (they are about 8″ and on the thinner side of baguette) costing a total of $6.00 plus some bottled thai iced tea with a grand total of about $10.00. Worth. Every. Penny. Not to mention they have bubble tea also which is tapioca balls the size of marbles in flavored teas, in case you didn’t know.. Delicious and highly recommended…

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