The Vietnamese iced coffee at Tan Dinh Deli is worth going out of your way for. It’s the best out of all the banh mi delis in the area, and the stuff is so strong it could probably resurrect King Tut if someone splashed a little on his tomb. Grab a banh mi to go along with it - the charred bits on the grilled pork won’t disappoint.
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