The Banh Mi Vietnamese sandwich is huge ass at Chicken House. It takes a long time to make though. The guy gave me a menu and told me to call ahead next time.

I got the Pork Roll and Pate sandwich ($5). Those white steamed slices that look like tofu are the Vietnamese pork roll. They also put thick cuts of fatty ham. Not much in terms of pate richness or pickle tangy-ness. But the biggest Banh Mi I’ve ever seen. The bread scratched up the roof of my mouth. Bah Me!

The Chicken House is small and cramped. Everyone seemed to get their fried chicken and fish pretty quickly. The guy hanging in front asked if I was going to put his picture on Facebook.

Chicken House – 270 W 36th St (btwn 7th & 8th Ave) New York 10018

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