Quincy is home to a new restaurant specializing in Vietnamese sandwiches. Lee Han Sandwich opened its doors at 419 Hancock St. last week, and its menu features everything from sandwiches and soup to bubble tea and other sweet drinks.
The space, formerly home to Boston Baklava, is situated near the North Quincy MBTA stop, in the same area as several other food and beverage establishments, including Pho Linh, Shabu, Vivi Bubble Tea Cafe, Yocha, and several others. Like Vivi and Yocha, Lee Han Sandwich also serves bubble tea, along with its selection of Vietnamese dishes. The banh mi can come stuffed with beef meatballs, grilled pork, or shrimp and scallions. There are also other dishes on the menu, including items like spring rolls and wonton soup with noodles and meat. The restaurant also serves chè, a sweet beverage sometimes described as a dessert soup that can also be found at Coco Leaf in Dorchester.
• Lee Han Sandwich [Yelp]