I went to Lee's Sandwiches for lunch with three co-workers today. It was simple, fast, cheap, good, and clean (rated "A," my friends). Thumbs up to this purveyor of banh mi (Vietnamese sandwiches).
Mr. Baguette is better or not. Until then, here's the rundown of today's meal.
Turkey and cheese on a croissant. Vegetable roll. I'm told the croissant was magnificent. Everything is fresh-baked, so I believe it. I had a bite of the vegetable roll, which was decent but not something I'd waste my time on in the future.
banh bo nuong la dua or "bake [sic] pandan leaf cake." It was a tasty little spongy cake and was a nice dessert. The consistency was somewhat like a really dense angel food cake with more spring in it, and it wasn't too sweet.
Lee's Sandwiches has a drive-thru window if you're on the go. Very convenient.
My brown suede Ferragamo ballet flats were convenient, too. Yesterday's Choos were sexy and all, but I can't lie. My feet hurt like a mofo by the end of the day, and I was ecstatic to kick off Mr. Jimmy when I got home. Thankfully, I only had a bit of redness and throbbing and no blisters or breaking of skin. Phew.
In contrast, Salvatore treated me very well today. Check it.
Gap pea coat I got in the fall of my sophomore year of college. That's 1995, folks -- talk about long-lasting and timeless!