Banh Mi Adelaide suburban roundup - where is the best?

Banh Mi Adelaide suburban roundup

We saw the popularity of our Iced Coffee review and wanted to create something even bigger and better. We learnt that a true roundup can only be accomplished if everything is reviewed in one sitting. We picked a weekend where all of us (Hayes, Mirko, Jess and Nathan from the Chopping Board, along with Camellia from http://furikakeme.net/) were free and used GoogleMaps to help create our journey to find Adelaide's best suburban Banh Mi.

Our goal was simple, to find the best tasting Roast Pork Banh Mi in suburban Adelaide by ordering the exact same roll from each shop "Roast Pork Banh Mi with all veggies, pate and chili".

Based on our research, we identified over 35 stores outside of the CBD. We narrowed this down to 27 by calling each store to see if they were open on the Saturday we picked for this roundup. To achieve our goal, we would review all 27 suburban locations in one sitting by blind tasting and using a scorecard with points based on bread (5 points for look, feel, taste, texture, crunch, etc), the filling (5 points for freshness, pork crackling and taste, vegetables, etc) and finally overall taste (10 points for overall taste of the Banh Mi). Combine these and you have an final score out of 20.

The price for each Banh Mi is noted, but only provides a subjective rating for our readers.

Adelaide, Banh Mi, Round up
27 Roast Pork Banh Mi

5 different routes to obtain all 27 suburban rolls

The blind test was conducted by Jess' partner Ryan labelling each store with a random number. Our score cards were numbered with rows from 1-27. Only Ryan would know which store he would associate a number to. Each Banh Mi was cut into 5 pieces and placed on a plate with a number from 1-27. The scoring of each roll below is an average of our 5 individual scoring sheets.


Angkor Bakery
Name: Angkor Bakery (Waterloo Corner Rd, Burton SA 5110)
Bread: 3.2/5
Filling: 3.4 /5
Overall: 6.8/10
Comments: OK tasting roll, lots of pate, good crackling. The overall taste of the roll was a bit sweet. Good Chili.

Final Score: 13.4/20 
Price: $4.90

Arndale Bakery
Name: Arndale Bakery (Shp 30 & 33/Centro Arndale, Torrens Rd Cnr Hanson Rd, Kilkenny SA 5009)
Bread: 2.8/5
Filling:  3.2/5
Overall: 6.8/10
Comments: Lettuce in a banh mi...... The pork was crunchy. There was little to no coriander and carrot was not evenly distributed.

Final Score: 12.8/20 
Price: $4.00

Arndale Bakery on Urbanspoon

Banh Mi Cafe
Name: Banh Mi Cafe (2/184-188 Henley Beach Rd Torrensville Adelaide, South Australia 5031)
Bread: 3.4/5
Filling:  3.2/5
Overall: 6.6/10
Comments: Overall taste was below average. Very little or no pate, very plain overall taste and dry chewy pork.

Final Score: 13.2/20 
Price: $5.00

Banh Mi Cafe on Urbanspoon

Banh Mi Nhan Hau
Name: Banh Mi Nhan Hau (Shop 4/140 Grand Junction Road Rosewater, SA 5013 Australia)
Bread: 3/5
Filling:  2.4/5
Overall: 4.8/10
Comments: The roll had great crackling, but overall was average because of a lack of vegetables. No chili.

Final Score: 10.2/20 
Price: $4.00

Banh Mi Thit
Name: Banh Mi Thit (Viet Nam) (2/113-131 Days Rd Croydon Park South Australia 5008)
Bread: 3.2/5
Filling:  3.8/5
Overall: 7.4/10
Comments: This roll was good overall, nothing special. Some areas of the bread was a bit chewy and some were soggy because of the inconsistent pate spread. Nice vegetables and good pork. Lots of onions.

Final Score: 14.4/20 
Price: $4.50

Viet Nam Asian Food Bar on Urbanspoon


Betel leaf Cafe
Name: Betel leaf Cafe (403 Grange Rd, Seaton SA 5023)
Bread: 4.4/5
Filling:  4.5/5
Overall: 8.8/10
Comments: Very good overall tasting roll. Included daikon and cucumber and good pickled carrots. Bread had a very good crunch and the abundance of vegetables made it a great roll.

Final Score: 17.7/20 
Price: $6.00

Betel Leaf Cafe on Urbanspoon

Cafe Saba

Name: Cafe Saba (7/47 The Parade, Norwood SA 5067)
Bread: 3.4/5
Filling:  3/5
Overall: 6.4/10
Comments: Very average roll - below average even. Dry meat, tasteless. Maggi seasoning was a bit heavy in some areas.

Final Score: 12.8/20 
Price: $6.50

Cafe Saba on Urbanspoon

Food Station
Name: Food Station (100 Henley Beach Road Mile End, SA)
Bread: 2.8/5
Filling:  3.5/5
Overall: 6.5/10
Comments: Loads of crispy pork, enough to feed a family! Quite a lot of fat. Carrot and cucumber was nice. However a bit too much mayonnaise.

Final Score: 12.8/20 
Price: $5.00

100 Food Station on Urbanspoon

Golden Snack Bar
Name: Golden Snack Bar (Shp3/ 44 Towers Tce, Edwardstown SA 5039)
Bread: 4.2/5
Filling:  3.7/5
Overall: 8/10
Comments: Well balanced tasting roll, nice pork, crispy and hot chili.

Final Score: 15.9/20 
Price: $4.50

Hang Bakery
Name: Hang Bakery (159 Henley Beach Rd Torrensville, SA)
Bread: 3/5
Filling:  2.4/5
Overall: 5/10
Comments: Too much mayonnaise. Roll looked very good, but overall tasted below average. Crunchy carrot.

Final Score: 10.4/20 
Price: $4.00

Hang Bakery on Urbanspoon


Hoang Vietnamese
Name: Hoang Vietnamese (30B Tapleys Hill Road, Royal Park, SA 5014)
Bread: 3/5
Filling:  3/5
Overall: 5.8/10
Comments: Average roll, red onions, soft pork, lack of good crackilng and roll was not crunchy.

Final Score: 11.8/20 
Price: $4.50

Hove Deli
Name: Hove Deli (361 Brighton Rd Hove South Australia 5048)
Bread: 3.6/5
Filling:  2.6/5
Overall: 5.8/10
Comments: Average tasting roll. Filling was average - needed a bit more in quantity. Bread was crunchy.

Final Score: 12/20 
Price: $6.20

Kilkenny Bakery
Name: Kilkenny Bakery
Bread: 0.4/5
Filling:  0.4/5
Overall: 0.8/10
Comments: FAIL, just FAIL. NO, just NO..... Tomato? Sesame seeds on the bun? What type of bun is it exactly?

Final Score: 1.6/20 
Price: $4.50

Nhu Lan
Name: Nhu Lan (40 D Hanson Rd  Woodville Gardens, SA 5012)
Bread: 4.2/5
Filling:  4.4/5
Overall: 8.6/10
Comments: Perfect crackling, great tasting pork. Crunchy bread and overall very very tasty.

Final Score: 17.2/20 
Price: $4.50

Nhu Lan on Urbanspoon


Pho Linh
Name: Pho Linh (17/41 Bagster Rd  Salisbury North, SA)
Bread: 2/5
Filling:  3.6/5
Overall: 6/10
Comments: Bread was not crunchy, soft and chewy. Weird sweet chili sauce. Average tasting pork.

Final Score: 11.6/20 
Price: $4.50

Pho Linh on Urbanspoon


Cha Phu Xuong
Name: Cha Phu Xuong (Shp 1/ 56 Hanson Rd  Woodville Gardens, SA 5012)
Bread: 3.2/5
Filling:  3.4/5
Overall: 7.8/10
Comments: Crunchy pork, good chili. Seems like a hot-dog roll was used, hence soft and chewy. 

Final Score: 14.4/20 
Price: $4.30

Cha Phu Xuong on Urbanspoon


Roll in Saigon
Name: Roll in Saigon (126 Goodwood Rd Goodwood, SA 5034)
Bread: 3.2/5
Filling:  3.6/5
Overall: 7.8/10
Comments: Good tasting overall, good bread - crunchy. Average pork - some bits were chewy while some bits were hard and dry. Carrot seemed a bit bland.

Final Score: 14.6/20 
Price: $5.30

Roll in Saigon on Urbanspoon


Roll'N on Bower
Name: Roll'N on Bower (90 Bower rd Semaphore Park, Adelaide, South Australia 5019)
Bread: 4.8/5
Filling:  4.7/5
Overall: 9.3/10
Comments: Great tasting roll, tasty pate and perfectly pickled vegetables. Crunchy bread and crackling. This is what a roast pork banh mi should be.

Final Score: 18.8/20 
Price: $6.00

Roll'N On Bower on Urbanspoon


Strawberry Fair Bakery
Name: Strawberry Fair Bakery (1162 South Road 5042 Clovelly Park South Australia)
Bread: 3.2/5
Filling:  3.6/5
Overall: 6.8/10
Comments: Good roll. Overall very well balanced. Hot chili, crunchy and tasty fillings. 

Final Score: 13.6/20 
Price: $4.50

Sunshine Snack Bar
Name: Sunshine Snack Bar (58 Churchill Road Ovingham, SA 5082)
Bread: 2.8/5
Filling:  3/5
Overall: 5/10
Comments: Tasted like teriyaki chicken. Hot chili, pork was a bit chewy. Found a bit of lettuce in there. 

Final Score: 10.8/20 
Price: $4.50

Sunshine Snack Bar on Urbanspoon


Tasty Treat Bakery
Name: Tasty Treat Bakery (6/270 Hanson Rd, Mansfield Park SA 5012)
Bread: 1.4/5
Filling:  2/5
Overall: 3.4/10
Comments: Too much mayonnaise. Everything was bland and no flavour. Soggy bread, chewy and dry pork. Below average.

Final Score: 6.8/20 
Price: $4.50

Tasty Treat Bakery on Urbanspoon


Tay Do
Name: Tay Do (1 Hookings Tce Woodville Gardens South Australia 5012)
Bread: 3.2/5
Filling:  3.2/5
Overall: 5.8/10
Comments: Very garlicky tasting pate. Good cucumber and carrot. Tasted like garlic bread! Crunchy roll, and good pork.

Final Score: 12.2/20 
Price: $4.50

Tay Do on Urbanspoon


Thanh Long
Name: Thanh Long (219 Hanson Rd, Athol Park SA 5012 Australia)
Bread: 3/5
Filling:  3.2/5
Overall: 5.8/10
Comments: Bread was a bit chewy. Pork didn't seem fresh at all - hard and chewy with soggy crackling. Pate/mayo was too sweet.

Final Score: 12/20 
Price: $4.00 

To's Lunch Bar
Name: To's Lunch Bar (370 Prospect Rd, Kilburn SA 5084)
Bread: 3.2/5
Filling:  2.6/5
Overall: 5.4/10
Comments: Too much carrot. Seemed like they threw in mint in this roll. Weird overall taste.

Final Score: 11.2/20 
Price: $4.50

To's Lunch Bar on Urbanspoon


Tristar Bakery
Name: Tristar Bakery (281 S Rd, Croydon Park SA 5008)
Bread: 3.3/5
Filling:  3.3/5
Overall: 7.4/10
Comments: Good overall. Fatty pork with good crackling. Nice Carrot, soggy bread in a few areas. Some of the pork was chewy.

Final Score: 14/20 
Price: $4.20

Vietnam Quickroll
Name: Vietnam Quickroll (1/450-456 Churchill Rd, Kilburn SA 5084)
Bread: 2.4/5
Filling:  2.8/5
Overall: 5.6/10
Comments: This roll tasted a bit like fish - possibly fish sauce or pork marinated differently. Cucumber was cut flat rather than jullienne which resulted in uneven cucumber bites. 

Final Score: 10.8/20 
Price: $4.50

Vietnam Quickroll on Urbanspoon


You Like Rolls?
Name: You Like Rolls? (201 Grange Road Findon SA 5023)
Bread: 2.8/5
Filling:  3.6/5
Overall: 6.8/10
Comments: Lots of fat, good crackling, lots of sauce which made the bread soggy. 

Final Score: 13.2/20 

Price: $4.90

You Like Rolls on Urbanspoon



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Below is a table indicating our final findings listed in descending order of total rating (averaged between 5 votes) for the suburban locations. Just to recap:

Bread: score is out of 5, determined by the crunchiness, look and taste of the bread itself.
Filling: score is out of 5, determined by the taste, amount freshness/crunchiness of the fillings (roast pork, veggies, pate)
Overall: score is out of 10, determined by the overall taste of the Banh Mi
Total: Sum of all scores out of 20.


It was a surprise to all of us when Tay Do, Roll in Saigon and Banh Mi Thit didn't appear in the top 3. These 3 places have been praised by many (including us) as being Adelaide's best suburban rolls for many years.

They seemed to fit into the 'average' tasting category when placed side by side with all 27 Banh Mi. As you can see from the table, a total score between 10-15 meant average tasting rolls, which was basically the majority of this round up.

At the end of the day the feedback from all 5 of us all agreed the top 3 from our round up were clear winners in each category, each having crunchy and great looking bread, fillings were plentiful and tasty, and pork cracking was fresh and crunchy.

There you have it, Roll'n On Bower, Betel Leaf Cafe and Nhu Lan win hands down as the top 3 suburban Banh Mi in Adelaide.

Let us know what you think readers, we'd love to hear your thoughts. What we'd also like to hear are your thoughts on the best Banh Mi in the Adelaide CBD, as we will be following this roundup with that review very soon!




60 comments:

  1. Roll'n on Bower is great. For the city, I think Miss Mai is still the best.

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    1. We have to agree too for Roll'n On Bower after this review. Stay tuned for our CBD roundup! ^H

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  2. Nhu Lan always sensational

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    1. Thanks for dropping by, Nhu Lan is one of my favourites along with Tay Do. Glad to see it up top ^H

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  3. Theres this bakery near the Dentist and Chemist Warehouse on South Rd in the Clovelly Park area - BEST BAHN MI

    Strawberry Fair BAKERY ...

    Bread was fresh, even had that Pate stuff that people rarely put into it..

    The lady who works there is really sweet too :)

    also their orange/poppyseed muffins = awesome!

    insta: @jezery

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    1. Hi Smart Cookie - Thanks for dropping by, Strawberry Fair Bakery was one of those that was reviewed and ranked itself within the top 10. Will have to try those orange/poppy seed muffins next time ^M

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  4. ROLL'N On Bower is the best kept secret if the western suburbs... if you like their rolls (and who doesn't) then try the laksa, cold rolls, chicken and squid salads ...omg [ said in the drooling style of Homer Simpson]

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    1. Might have to give those dishes a try! Thanks for dropping by ^H

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  5. Hmmm, no Convenience on Daws (Daw Park) ??

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    1. Unfortunately it's difficult to get every store that sells Banh Mi into this roundup. Most of our research was done using Urbanspoon, Yelp and Google, Twitter, Instagram and word of mouth. If a store didn't come up via those channels it would miss out most likely. Possibly a second round review?! ^M

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  6. My fav roast pork roll is at Anh's Snack Bar on Findon Rd - they separate the crackle from the meat! Their cold rolls are pretty good too.
    Tay Do - I love their "cold meat" roll over their roast pork roll but have noticed their portions getting smaller.
    Nhu Lan - their rolls are too fatty for my liking but I like their pickled radish.

    Will have to give Roll'n on Bower and Betel Leaf a try.. thanks! :)

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    1. Hi Anonymous, hrmmm Anh's - haven't heard of that one! Gotta love crackling nom nom nom. We will have to give this a go. Tay Do - we were surprised at how they went...but it was a blind tasting! I think that Hayes also has their cold meats and likes them. We did plan on doing cold meat, but 54 rolls was too much! ^M

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  7. Nhu lan is my favorite but you guys should try soonta at James place or the rundle place food court in the cbd.

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    1. Hi Anonymous - thanks for the recommendation. We are planning on doing a city round up in the near future so watch this space! ^M

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  8. Viet Nam Asian Food Bar just off of Days Road at Croydon Park is fantastic! Makes it hard to stop sounding like a wanker, 'best i've had outside of Ho Chi Minh City' etc. The weekday lunch crowd is often lining up outside of the door. Open til they run out on Saturdays.

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    1. Hi Nai, Banh Mi Thit (Viet Nam) did quite well, ranked at number 6 overall. Tough competition and you only realise it when you try them all at the same time ^H

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  9. North Haven Bakery is my fave at the moment. Had Tay Do the other day, still in my top 3, it was my first though. You never beat your first.

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    1. Hi Angus, thanks for dropping by. My first one in Adelaide is no longer open, that was over 20 years ago ^H

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  10. Thanks for this! Where do you reckon Soonta stacks up in this survey?

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    1. Hi Beveridge, CBD round up is coming shortly! ^H

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  11. It would be great if you could include the suburbs for each of these, I've no idea if any of them are anywhere near me.

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion - address details are on the Urbanspoon link, however we'll take it onboard and might make some modifications to add an address. ^H

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  12. I am a regular at Betel Leaf Cafe, rolls are fantastic, the rest of menu is great too.

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    1. Hi, haven't had a chance to sit down to try anything else, might have to return. ^H

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  13. My mum introduced me to Que Huong cafe (Ridley Grove, Ferryden Pk) recently. It's definitely worth a try!!

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion - we'll note that down for a possible round 2 ^H

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    2. I cant agree more. I love these rolls so much and have been trialing all in area and i believe QUE Huong Cafe is best in Adelaide. I do ask for Combination Roll tho

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  14. Golden snack bar! Great people as well as great Rolls.

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  15. Banh mi are supposed to be eaten almost immediate for full flavor and taste. This review is flawed given the time taken to go around and collect the banh mi even if you guys split up and went separate ways.
    How long after ordering the first banh mi was it eaten and judged?

    Having said that, still a good review and keep up the good work.

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    1. Thanks for your comment - we totally understand about these conditional factors that may affect the quality of the Banh Mi and were part of our planning process.

      We carefully planned each route to have a 1 hr drive back to home base with cooler bags, and all rolls were cut within 15 minutes. Our test was complete within 1 hour.

      I'm sure if this was done by another group, they may have come up with another method. There will always be improvements to any process - but for us, we believed our approach was the most appropriate. ^H

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  16. If you're near the Banh Mi Cafe again anytime soon, grab the Lemongrass Tofu one. That's the true star on their menu for me, and I've sampled the lot of them.

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    1. Cheers for the heads up, and thanks for dropping by. ^H

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  17. 1. Do you even know what a Vietnamese BBQ pork roll is supposed to taste like to even compare
    2. You cut it into five pieces..everyone knows the top & bottom of the rolls taste like crap & doesnt have the full ingredients so how can that be judged?

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    1. Thanks for taking time to read and comment, in response I'm guessing you are indicating that none of these Banh Mi in Adelaide taste like Vietnamese BBQ pork rolls? This roundup was to identify the best in Adelaide, I think this was achieved.

      As with the 5 pieces being cut - this was all part of the plan for the scoring, the criteria included the filling and the bread (if you took time to read) so having an evenly distributed Banh Mi was going to score more. Each of us took turns eating the ends and the middle and we all knew some was going to be bad, however the high scorers actually had evenly distributed ingredients. ^H

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  18. For the CBD, Soonta is the best by far.

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    1. Stay tuned - CBD round up will be coming up shortly ^H

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  19. Oriental Express (or Yum Yum Asian or Tin Tin depends which sign you read) at Castle Plaza Edwardstown still KILLS all of the ones listed - get on it!

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    1. Hi, thanks for your comment. We'll note that down for a possible round 2. Also, I guess you've tried all of the 27 places we reviewed? ^H

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  20. Yum yum asian - average. Golden snack bar nearby is on another level to it. Just had one and the crackling is excellent. Carrot could be more pickled, but had good pate and meat to veg ratio.

    Can't wait for the CBD reviews. Soonta is the one everyone talks about.

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  21. YUM YUM ASIAN, CASTLE PLAZA. OM NOM NOM COMBINATION ROLLS.


    ..They are yum yum to eat and only $5.

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  22. Wow, these banh mi look amazing! Thanks for giving us your review, now i know where to get my banh mi from but i was just wondering when was the survey conducted?

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    1. Thanks for reading, this roundup was done on the Saturday 8th March. ^H

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  23. Great review. Roll'N on bower is definately the best... do you do reviews on cold rolls and laksa? I think they would also win that taste test , hands down

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  24. I just tried the Soonta roast pork roll in James place. There was no meat pate so the mayonaisse dominated and the chili they used was pickled. There wasnt a lot of veges in the roll compared to the place across the road but the pork was very nice. Good flavours and it tasted like it was fresh and not prepared a day or two earlier. This is the only place Ive seen where they have wholemeal rolls on offer so a welcome change.

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  25. Great article. Interesting you said Roll In Saigon's carrot was bland. I thought the same last week, but a fortnight before it was much more pickle-y. The pickled daikon is fab, though. Any chance of a best laksa taste test?

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  26. Great review. Where did you get that Google map from? Very handy.

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    1. Hi Chris, thanks for dropping by. The Google map was created after we did our research to find the most popular banh mi destinations open on Saturdays. We then plotted our own addresses onto it and that's it. Basically if you get a spreadsheet with names and addresses you can upload it to Google map and it'll turn out like that. ^H

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  27. You actually lost all credibility giving Hang's a 10.4/20.

    Absolutely disgusting review.

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    1. Don't feed the trolls.....

      but... you show me your review of 27 banh mi establishments and I'll play along.... ^H

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  28. Very surprised Hang Bakery got such a low rating. Maybe you got a bad one. I find them very tasty, with nice veggies, good amount of coriander and chilli. The bread is also always fresh and crispy. Very hard to order just one.

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    1. We too were surprised that a few other favourites were so low on the list that day. But that's what counts - on that day. Just like the Grand finals or the olympics etc ^H

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  29. FULLARTON BAKEHOUSE HAS THE BEST BANH MI. WE TRAVELLED FOR 25 MINUTES TO TRY ROLL'N BUT AM AFRAID TO SAY IT DID NOT STACK UP AGAINST FULLARTON ROAD BAKEHOUSE @ 1/383 FULLARTON RD FULLARTON SA. TRY THEM...AM SURE YOU WILL RATE THEM A 20/20!

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  30. Im a bit surprised when To's lunch bar got that low position, I found their rolls very nice, veggies tasty, the pork very nice and cracking.

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  31. When is the CBD review coming? I'm hanging out for it as a new resident to SA and working in the CBD, I've really not got much of a clue what's good and what's not just yet!

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  32. I have tried many rolls in area and Que Huong Cafe is by far the best . I have combination roll. Tough area for competition and it smashes it.

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  33. Please all get to Que Houng Cafe in Ferryden Park Ridley Grove . Best rolls in area.Go the Combination roll

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  34. You guys should review CT Bakery in Croydon amazing rolls

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  35. You missed Two of the best in Toms Deli and K's snack bar! No point doing a ratings system if your going to miss two of the top shops!!!

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  36. This review is bullcrap

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  37. After reading this review, a work mate and myself immediately went down to Roll'n on Bower to try the pork rolls out, as we are Bahn Mi enthusiasts.

    We often go to HOANG bakery on tapley hills road as it's right beside our work, but this morning we decided to venture out and try Roll'n Bower as HOANG bakery lets us down every time we go there due to its inconsistency and the lack of meat they put in the meat rolls.

    SO pleased we went to Roll'n on Bower as it's by far the best Bahn Mi we've tried ever!!! Super crunchy roll, beautiful meats and vegetables! and the staff are super friendly (not like the HOANG staff who comment on our large arms!!! :( )

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