The French bread is warm, crisp, and flaky on the outside, whilst inside, your pate and mayo are at right proportions to make you glad they don't use liverwurst, but real Viet/French liver pate that is so familiar to those raised on banh mi. For the $2.00 ""special"" sandwich, they use traditional pork loaf deli cut meats and ham, loaded evenly on, with shredded pickled carrots and dikon radishes. You may want to request leaving out the fresh sliced green chilies, but it adds a very nice crunch if you can take the hotness. I recommend asking them for a dash of Maggi soy sauce. Be sure to try a different sandwich every time you go, especially the BBQ pork one. Very very good.
Pros: Food is worth getting every day, ingredients of sandwich are also sold so you can make your own at home
Cons: Parking is tough, but it is Chinatown. Shop is small, so eating in may not be an option