Bodhi Viet is a small food truck in North Austin with a 100% vegan Vietnamese menu, offering everything from banh mi and pho, to Vietnamese coffee and boba tea. Despite the lack of any animal products, Bodhi manages to pull off many of the subtle flavors of these Vietnamese staples at staggeringly-low prices. The most expensive item on the menu sits at $6, with their banh mi coming in at just $3. The banh mi - our favorite thing here - are a little smaller than some of the others we’ve had around town, but that just means you have the opportunity to sample more of the menu. We really like the lemongrass seitan banh mi and the pineapple curry here. And make sure to grab an order of boba tea to wash it all down.
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