Jimmy Phan and Kaylee Nguyen opened their restaurant, Bun Mee Phan, at 4244 N. Oak Trafficway on Feb. 27 and had a grand opening March 9. The restaurant’s “fusion Vietnamese” menu includes a variety of Banh Mi sandwiches that also can be ordered as tacos. Other menu items include rice or noodle bowls, spring rolls, quail, pandan waffles, and boba tea.
Jimmy Phan and Kaylee Nguyen opened their restaurant, Bun Mee Phan, at 4244 N. Oak Trafficway on Feb. 27 and had a grand opening March 9. The restaurant’s “fusion Vietnamese” menu includes a variety of Banh Mi sandwiches that also can be ordered as tacos. Other menu items include rice or noodle bowls, spring rolls, quail, pandan waffles, and boba tea. Joyce Smith jsmith@kcstar.com
Jimmy Phan and Kaylee Nguyen opened their restaurant, Bun Mee Phan, at 4244 N. Oak Trafficway on Feb. 27 and had a grand opening March 9. The restaurant’s “fusion Vietnamese” menu includes a variety of Banh Mi sandwiches that also can be ordered as tacos. Other menu items include rice or noodle bowls, spring rolls, quail, pandan waffles, and boba tea. Joyce Smith jsmith@kcstar.com

Northland’s new Bun Mee Phan offers ‘fusion Vietnamese’

March 16, 2016 11:59 AM

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