LES entrant into the Great Bánh Mì Scare of Ought Nine. Price tags nearly double those of nearby Chinatown spots, but counters with higher end ingredients. True enough, bread is crusty and fresh, petite torpedoes layered with roasted pig, lemongrass pork, or chicken with caramelized onions. Tiny sandwich station in front, kitchen in back making up big bowls of phở. In between, charmingly distressed walls, exposed bulbs, intimate tables for engaging intimacy.