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543 Geylang Road
Singapore 389498

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm


10:00am - 10:00pm

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What’s even better is that each bahn mi costs just $4.50, which is a steal considering other sandwich places will probably charge you $7-$8 at least. Run by Vietnamese, baked by Vietnamese, you know you are getting an authentic bani mi sandwich here with a considerably serving of meats and vegetables stuffed within it.
✨ Bahn Mi Thit by Star Baguette
📍 543 Geylang Road, Singapore 389498
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The Baguettes daily baked and toasted when we place orders.
There are 5 options to choose from chicken, pork, beef, ham and egg.

We tried the pork and ham.
The hearty crust with softer interior,fill with pork slices, cucumber and vegetables.
And watch out for the green chilli, spicy but its 👍 good.

💰$4.5 for a la carte and $5.5 for set meal comes with drink.

📍Banh Mi Thit by Star Baguette
543 Geylang Rd

Loved the baguette, crispy and fresh! The filling was also flavourful: the fragrance of the coriander, sweetness of the sauce and spiciness of the chilli came together really well. Best part it’s only $3.80!

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Probably the cheapest banh mi you can get at $3.80! The beef is the most worth it. Pork was more like ham slices. $4.80 with drink.


Beef Banh Mi - Each banh mi is first buttered with egg-based margarine and slathered with an interesting sweet-savoury sauce. 

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/banh-mi-thit-by-star-baguette/


Visited this establishment that serves to Banh Mi along Geylang Road in a pretty unpretentious environment with all the right vibes.

Went for the Pork Banh Mi, which features a baguette that is baked fresh in-house, pickles, pork pate, ham and other condiments. Felt that the bread was light and crisp, lightly toasted and buttered for a slight richness while the overall sandwich was more on the meaty side, with the pickles providing a rather light hint of sourness to refresh the tastebuds from the meatiness. Patrons can opt for spiciness here, where chili padi would be added in — the chili padi is immensely spicy, giving the sandwich a real fiery kick that even most spicy eaters would feel the tingle on their taste buds. A pretty good Banh Mi, and one that is certainly affordable at $4.50 in a set with drink; a deal that is undeniably value-for-money and pretty delicious.