We may have a serious contender here, folks.
With so much buzz about the Vietnamese sandwich craze of late, we've grown a bit bored of the banh mi. But we have to say, this park slope pork shop has an amazing sandwich. It's so worth the trek.
Hanco's, the self service joint on Seventh Ave, knows how to stack a banh mi with flavorful grilled pork (did we detect nutmeg among the spices on the meat?), tangy carrot & daikon slaw, and a mayo spread on a crispy baguette that kinda gives Nicky's something to worry about.
Plus, it cost just $6.50 and was big enough to share. We also liked the cold, rice vermicelli noodle salad ($6) with mint, fried red onions, and peanuts.
350 7th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215(718) 499-8081