Have you noticed an option called bÃ¡nh mÃ¬ on a tea house or restaurant menu? If so, then you may be interested in learning about this popular Vietnamese sandwich and other types of street food. Read on for details on these and other street food favorites from around the world.
BÃ¡nh mÃ¬ is a Vietnamese term used to describe all kinds of bread. However, this word has also become synonymous with a type of Vietnamese sandwich. The fillings for this popular street food can vary, but the standard version is a baguette stuffed with meat, cucumber, pickled carrot, cilantro, daikon radish, mayonnaise, and liver pÃ¢tÃ©.
Should you ever travel through Southeast Asia, you should have no trouble finding a satay vendor. Satay is made by marinating thin slices of meat in coconut milk and spices and then skewering and grilling them, and itâs commonly served along with peanut sauce and cucumber salad. Satay made with pork is popular in Thailand, but you may see it made with chicken or beef in other areas.
If traveling in Rome, youâre likely to find supplÃ¬ offered by street food vendors. SupplÃ¬ are fried rice balls filled with ragÃ¹ thatâs usually made with mozzarella, tomatoes, and ground beef.
The word dÃ¼rÃ¼m translates to ârollâ in Turkish and, this street food is a wrap thatâs usually made with flatbread, spiced lamb, onions, tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber, hot sauce, and herbed-yogurt. These wraps are a popular street food in many European cities.
Rou Jia Mo
The rou jia mo dates back at least 2,000 years and is among the worldâs oldest sandwiches. This street food can be considered a Chinese version of a dÃ¶ner kebab , and itâs traditionally made with spiced pork, mild peppers, and cilantro thatâs stuffed inside of flatbread.
Our tea house in Houston serves Vietnamese sandwiches and other snacks along with bubble tea and smoothies. To find out more about Happy TeaHouse & CafÃ© , you can reach us by calling (713) 469-3275.