Café launches ‘World’s Biggest Banh Mi’ for $ 53 – with a 2-inch-long baguette, pork belly, crackers and a mouthwatering soy frosting
- Australian cafe shares what they claim to be the world’s tallest banh mi
- Vietnamese sandwich originated in Saigon, Vietnam in the late 1950s
- The baguette is garnished with pickled carrots and cucumber, cilantro and cold
- Smoked chicken, pork belly, prime rib, crackers and soy glaze finish the roll
An Australian cafe released what it claims to be the “world‘s largest banh mi,” featuring slowly smoked meats and fresh vegetables.
that of Melbourne Third wave coffee, added the two-foot-long $ 53.90 creation to its menu for a limited time only, sending customers flooding their doors.
Banh mi is a traditional Vietnamese pork bun made with a crispy baguette, fresh vegetables, slowly cooked meats, and a drizzle of seasoning.
Australian cafe released what it claims to be the world’s largest banh mi, featuring slowly smoked meats and fresh vegetables
Originally from Saigon, Vietnam by the late 1950s, the roll became a lunch staple around the world.
The “BBQ Banh Mi” consists of a two-foot-long baguette covered in butter and bacon jam, topped with pickled carrots, cucumber, cilantro and freshness for an extra kick.
Next, the baguette is topped with slowly smoked chicken, pork belly, boneless prime rib and is finished with a dusting of pork crackle and a drizzle of soy glaze.
The ‘BBQ Banh Mi’ consists of a two foot long baguette covered in butter and bacon jam, topped with pickled carrots, cucumber, cilantro and freshness for an extra kick.
What’s in the “BBQ Banh Mi” at Third Wave Café?
- 2 foot long stick
- Bacon jam
- Marinated carrots
- Slow smoked chicken
- Slow smoked pork belly
- Slowly smoked boneless rib of beef
- Pork crackers
- Soy icing
The two-foot-long “Banh Mi BBQ” is only available for a limited time at Melbourne’s must-see cafe, so reserve a table online.
“Oh my lord, this was created for me,” one woman exclaimed on Facebook.
The ‘Banh Mi BBQ’ is only available for a limited time at Melbourne’s must-see café.
The Third Wave Cafe is located at 181 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park, Victoria.