A sneak peek inside the northeast Paris Banh Mi Cafe & Bakery

Paris Banh Mi

The second Paris Banh Mi is ready to celebrate their grand opening on Friday, May 31. Leading up to the big day, the restaurant had a Wichita’s first Paris Banh Mi is set to have their grand opening on Saturday, May 4. Before that, we got a sneak peek inside the latest Vietnamese sandwich shop to arrive in town. Let’s take a look.

2350 N Greenwich Rd Suite 1100, Wichita, KS 67226

Grand Opening Day:
Friday: 11am – 8pm

Regular Hours
Monday – Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 11am – 7pm

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Full transparency, I was invited to a Paris Banh Mi soft opening where there were friends and family of the restaurant owners and staff along with other bloggers and influencers. During the soft opening, guests were treated to complimentary drinks and samples of banh mi sandwiches and Korean hot dogs. Due to the complimentary event, it felt appropriate to avoid reviewing the food and instead give you an idea of what you can expect as free items could bring bias.

Keep in mind, this is the second location for Paris Banh Mi. It’s important to note that each store is separately owned and operated.

As the name suggests, Paris Banh Mi specializes in Banh Mis which is a Vietnamese sandwich made with a baguette. Aside from the popular sandwich, the restaurant also serves, pho, Korean hot dogs, bubble waffles, macaroons, other pastries and boba.

The banh mi sandwiches come in at around 10 inches long and stuffed with anything from grilled pork, shredded chicken, pate, and other vegetables.

All the sandwiches run $8.50 each.

There’s also a case of Asian inspired bagged and jarred treats to purchase.

As I mentioned earlier, guests were being treated to samples of banh mi’s that were cut into thirds to share with others.

People were also allowed to order any drink of their choice.

The staff was insistent on people not paying, but I wanted to support somehow, and one member said I could purchase a pastry. So, just to feel invested during my visit, I picked up an Oreo cheesecake.

I have to say, Vietnamese cuisine is extremely limited in northeast Wichita, so it’s nice to see this opening for that part of town.

Here’s the menu:

Happy Dining,

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