Cam Huong

Row 1

Details
920 Webster St (btw 9th and 10th)
Oakland, CA 94607
(510) 444-8800
Vietnamese, Sandwiches, Deli / Bodega
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 7:00 AM–7:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • great sandwiches on vietnamese french bread
  • The best Vietnamese sandwiches in Oakland
  • $3 BBQ Bacon Bahn Mi 8 inch Sandwich = Amazing
  • Remember to check the steam table to see what's fresh. A small box of food and a sandwich comes out to be under $5. You can't beat that.
  • The #1 sandwich is the way to go.
  • Excellent Banh Mi for a great price.
  • there is no line (until the counter space is full). move up to the counter, place your order when someone asks if they can help you, then step back against the wall. everything will work itself out.
  • best banh mi in the east bay. i recommend the beef onion or roast pork but strangely not the chicken. great spring rolls and cheap combo plates. the earlier in the day, the fresher everything is.
  • A little dirty. But a tasty Bhan mi none the less. I'm a big fan of the pork sausage option.
  • Nice ladies, solid banh mi sammiches, + they have banh cuon (pork & black fungus stuffed rice noodle rolls) here if you arrive early 'nuff!
  • Best banh mi I've ever had! The bate cha lua (pork cake patty w/pate) is outstanding.
  • Holy shit banh mi for $3.50 is amaze!
  • One of the best bahn mi's I've ever tried in the bay. Definitely worth a try.
  • great banh mi sandwich, only $3.25
  • great banh mi sandwich, only $3.25
  • $2.75 for superb bahn mi sandwiches. Crispy but light French bread stuffed with your choice of meats, shredded carrots, cucumber, cilantro, jalapeos(on the side for me), and more. They don't skimp.
  • Solid banh mi. Bread is on the dry side though.
  • Lines out the door for sandwiches.
  • Bring cash or be prepared to pay as much in ATM fees as it costs to buy a sandwich ($2.50).
  • Great deeelish and cheap 'nam-witch'