1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza
Singapore 082001

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11:30am - 06:00pm



11:30am - 06:00pm

11:30am - 06:00pm

11:30am - 06:00pm

11:30am - 06:00pm

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Pate, pork ham, stew pork, chicken floss.

It’s yummier and more filling with the addition of an egg. Love that they are generous with the pickled daikons and carrots. Bread is crusty, not too heavy and the stew pork and ham both taste good. I just wish it is more saucy and has more meat. 🤭

Nevertheless, it is still one of the tastier yet affordable banh mi around.

Bami Sai Gon contains of pork ham, stew pork and chicken floss. What I love about this banh mi is the crispy baguette. This store makes their own baguette, and they are really fresh with crispy, crackle crust.
Definitely worth trying again. 😀
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Still hungry .....

I have seen quite a few good reviews about this place and a love a good toasted baguette.

Overall the experience was a let down .

The serving portion was small for the price .

I expected the baguette to be better given that it was made in house but it turned out rather dense .

The baguette was not toasted well enough .

The ingredients were few .

I am still hungry 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣......:

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Bun was warm and toasted on the outside, and fluffy on the inside. Chicken filling was also well marinated, tender and really tasty. A steal for such a delicious and authentic bahn mi!


A small place tucked away on the second level of tanjong pagar plaza serving fresh and tasty $5 and below banh mi. The baguette I got for my Bami Saigon ($5) was so crisp, it was like snowing bread flakes all over me. Great find in cbd!

To me, the hallmark of a good banh mi is the crusty-fluffy perfection of its baguette. Bami Express' version had that familiar pull-bite to it, but I felt it could have been toasted a little longer for that delightful shattering crisp, like in Saigon.

Taste-wise, it was spot on. A simple combination of a lovely fried egg, chicken floss, pickled vegs, pâté, mayo and piquant Viet chilli sauce worked nicely to spark wonderfully complex flavours.

Other combinations include the Saigon (roast pork & pâté), Chicken, Meatball, Fish, and a Vegetarian version. To complete the experience, go for their sets (from $5.50-$7) with either fresh spring rolls or Viet coffee, or both.