Vietnamese baguette sandwiches, called Banh Mi, have attracted a loyal fan base and it will be the sought after because of the unique and delicious flavours. The uniqueness of these sandwiches not only lies within the french influenced baguette, but it’s also the flavor packed, savory Viet fillings that what makes the marriage of the two main ingredients a true love affair. The promotion will take place from 12th -18th September 2011 at the Governor’s Terrace. The Terrace will be pungent with the aroma of the various leftovers would be tossed into the sandwich to finish them up (like a po' boy). A range of tangy and appetizing items will be on the menu during the promotion. Items such as grilled Shrimps, Pork with Black Pepper and Roasted coconut, Sweet spicy ground pork are some of the items.
“The contrasting flavors and textures of the sandwich and the combination of flavours in every bite make this a popular item. If you have never had a Bánh Mi sandwich, you must seek one out. Creaminess from the mayonnaise, freshness from cilantro, a bit of sweet and sour from the pickled vegetables, some coolness from the cucumbers, and a bit of salty heat from the grilled pork and peppers, give this sandwich a shot next time you are in the mood for something wonderful , and you can only get it at MLH” States Chef Indika
MLH’s Viet style french baguette; with a combination of rice and/or wheat flour, resulting in a very light, crackly crust and not overly dense bread, will use the following condiments for the filling pickled julienned carrot, pickled radish, sliced cucumber, cilantro leaves and stalks, mint, and other fresh and organic ingredients.