Recession? San Francisco’s Little Saigon Invites You to Lunch

San Francisco’s newest, littlest neighborhood, Little Saigon, would like you to come on over to Larkin Street for lunch, why not? There’s no special promotion going on right now, but you can get good food for not so much money 365 days a year.

See what Yelp has to say and then head out.

The entrance to LS, complete with a greeter:

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Things sure are busy at Lee’s Sandwiches – you can start an argument by talking about this joint, but it certainly is popular at lunchtime.

See you there!

Update, from the people: Wrap Delight, Larkin near Golden Gate, has great banh mi sandwiches.  A lot of people swear by Saigon up the street, but I find Wrap Delight a little better.  And they’re like $2.50. Definitely better than Lee’s.  I went there once.  Doesn’t compare.”

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2 Responses to “Recession? San Francisco’s Little Saigon Invites You to Lunch”

  1. tk says:

    Wrap Delight, Larkin near Golden Gate, has great banh mi sandwiches. A lot of people swear by Saigon up the street, but I find Wrap Delight a little better. And they’re like $2.50.

    Definitely better than Lee’s. I went there once. Doesn’t compare.

  2. daniel says:

    yall need to go to baguette express (668 larkin) or saigon sandwiches (560 larkin) right around lee’s