The lanky, pizza-faced comedian had his first starring film role in the Canadian summer-camp comedy Meatballs, and so as to never let him forget it—in spite of his "serious" roles lately—we're scoring a meatball banh mi for him at the finest Vietnamese sandwich parlor in town, Saigon Banh Mi Bakery, idiosyncratically located in the rear of a jewelry store. Joining the vermicelli-ramified pork meatballs in the crusty warm baguette is cilantro, pickled slaw, slivered cukes, mayo, and (if you ask for them) fresh jalapeños.

Location Details

198 Grand St.
New York NY 10013
212-941-1541