Lotus Vietnamese Sandwiches

Row 1

229 5th Ave (btwn President St. and Carroll St.)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 399-2899
Vietnamese, Sandwiches, Bubble Tea
Mon–Sat: 11:00 AM–9:15 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–8:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Veggie bahn mi was pretty good! Only $5.50...
  • Try the classic sandwich, its a winner!
  • The classic sandwich spicy & a mango bubble tea with lychee is the best
  • Get bubble tea for $1.99 w/ sandwich
  • The peanut sauce that comes with the summer rolls is like crack to me. Grilled pork banh mi is also amazing.
  • The sandwiches are big. Cut in half and sharable if you're not super hungry. Classic spicy is the way to go. Taro bubble is good too!
  • Summer rolls are the truth and grilled pork sandwich was super fresh. I everything was a filler less, I be here every other day!
  • Surprisingly decent. Tasty pho (seems msgd up). Dont get the broken rice pork dish, fairly dry
  • decent rice bowls and the like
  • The viet sandwiches and rice plates are very good! I love the grilled pork. We thinks it's on par or better than viet places in Chinatown. The pho is ok, but it hits the spot.
  • Bahn mi sandwich and bubble tea!
  • Everything is excellent here. The pork bahn mi is excellent! And get a bubble tea. You'll be glad you did.
  • My litmus test is always a chicken banh mi and lychee tea. While this isn't my #1 in the area, it easily passed. Also great and quick delivery.
  • Green shredded papaya salad with grilled pork! SOO YUMMM!!!
  • Pork sandwich, just all around delicious
  • Good Vietnamese sandwich for the hood.
  • The tofu vegetarian sandwich is far from bland! And the bread is super good.
  • I don't get the low rating. It's a no frills place with good sandwiches. I can only vouch for their classic, but it's good enough for me to come back for sure.
  • The sandwiches are the stars here: consistent & damn delicious w/good veg options. Small complaint, but they NEVER cut the sandwich ALL the way through, so you end up brutalizing your sammie :(
  • Over $6 for average Bahn MI Is too much, even in park slope

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