Bánh Mì Như Lan, Saigon
There was no way that we were going to Vietnam without getting some bánh mì. We were given this place (365 Hai Bà Trưng, 829-2590) as a recommendation, and it was just a couple of doors down the street (10.78997°N, 106.68921°E) from Phở Hùng. I liked this one - even though the bread was a bit soft, it featured scallion segments rather than cilantro, and also had some delightfully spicy chili pepper slices inside to go with just a touch of mayonnaise. It made for a great afternoon snack, and was only 20,000 Dong (US$1).