New Castro Vietnamese Spot 'Bunn Mike' Opens Its Doors

Photo: Liu J./Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on December 18, 2017.

If you've got Vietnamese food on your mind, a recent opening is need-to-know. Called Bunn Mike, the new arrival is located at 2175 Market St. (between Sanchez & 15th) in the Castro.

This newcomer—located inside the Myriad food court—features house-made, traditional banh mi sandwiches, San Francisco's Dynamo Donuts, and Vietnamese hot or iced coffee. 

On the menu, expect to see banh mi with five-spice chicken, grilled pork, and the "traditional" with pâté. Each sandwich comes with house-made pickled veggies and homemade Vietnamese mayo. 

Donuts come in flavors like maple bacon, chocolate rose, spiced chocolate, and a rotating selection of seasonal varieties. 

Coffee is supplied by Oakland's AKA Coffee roasters. (You can check out the full menu here.)

With a five-star rating out of six Yelp reviews, the new addition is on its way to developing a local fan base.

Dylan G., who reviewed the new spot on December 5th, said Bunn Mike offers "a delicious banh mi served true to form, with perfectly crunchy bread and high quality pate. Mike wears his passion on his sleeve. Have him serve you up a Vietnamese iced coffee."

"Great banh mi sandwiches," added Yelper Matt P. "This is a cool little multi-restaurant food court area on Market. Good stuff.”

And Brittany W. said: "My husband and I dropped in the Myriad to grab a drink and decided to grab a bańh mì at Bunn Mike. It did not disappoint!"

Bunn Mike is open daily from 11am–8pm.

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