“Liberty, sorority, banh-mi-city!” That could be the hunger-stoking motto of this Vietnamese café (white tiles, red neon lights and fake flowers) whose clientele is very girly. Inside, graffiti artist Fadi and chef Hinda Tobni serve four recipes daily, in the form of both sandwiches, like the Saigon (a baguette with cabbage, cilantro, cucumber, carrots and mayo), and long-grain rice bowls with lentils, sesame seeds, a cilantro sauce and an optional soft-boiled egg. The day we went for lunch, seated around the communal table, we opted for the second “Yellow” option, savoring marinated chicken with lemon confit and five-spice powder, before ending the meal with a decent homemade yogurt (€3.50)! To drink, there’s ginger iced tea (€3 for 330 ml) or Parisian BapBap beer (€6 for 330 ml). Bánh mi from €8.50 to €10, set menus from €11 to €16.50, desserts from €3.50 to €4. // A.A.