I’m trying to expand my lunch options, so it was another banh mi stop. This time at Hue Thai. When I walked in on a recent Friday afternoon the place was empty except for one family eating lunch. The interior is dark and cavernous, with the walls and ceilings strangely painted with an underwater mural. That’s not my idea of good interior design, but luckily I was getting my food to go.
The meat in the BBQ pork sammie was very good, but there just wasn’t enough of it. Compared to the size of the baguette and the veggie filling (carrots, daikon, cilantro, etc.) the ratio of ingredients was off. The quality of the bread, however, was good. The outside was crispy and the inside was soft and warm.
I also got an order of the shrimp and pork spring rolls. It came two to an order. While they were both tightly packed and stuffed with veggies I can’t say that they were very memorable and at $3.99 they were a little pricey.
5115 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89146