Lee's Sandwiches is a three-ring Vietnamese fast-food circus, a franchise which has locations in Taiwan and in the States. Considered the "world's largest bahn mi chain" complete with its own drive-through, Lee's also touts items like Euro sandwiches on croissants, pastries, Asian smoothies and more. The barbecue pork sandwich is the best bet, but it's the scene that makes this place worth the trip. Lee's is the Venice Beach of Vietnamese sandwich shops.
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Joe Dang, a Houston Vietnamese-American, was sitting at a table outside Lee's Sandwiches on Bellaire considering his lunch. "How's the sandwich?" I asked him. "The baguette is awesome, the best I've ever had," he said, inviting me t...
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