No seating, no frills, but, yes, plentiful flavorful and portable food resides within this counter-service spot. Those in the know come for the affordable $4-ish banh mi sandwiches—the finest edible consequence of French Indochina and some of the best in the city on fresh-made baguette—filled with grilled tofu and veggies, or three kinds of ham. Others go for snacks packaged in house: shrimp spring rolls, chicken with rice, or minced pork inside steamed rice inside a banana leaf. . At $3 a pop they’re easy to eat promiscuously, which is why we know that though they’re now available all over town, the absolute best are made at Jackson Street’s Saigon Deli.