Paris Banh Mi Café Bakery opens in Orlando's Mills 50 district

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Paris Banh Mi Café Bakery, the French-Vietnamese fusion concept, just soft opened in Orlando's Mills 50 district last weekend.

The new restaurant at 1021 E. Colonial Drive is near Lineage Coffee, Lazy Moon Pizza and the Snap! Space gallery. Aside from a lot of banh mi, Paris Banh Mi Café Bakery also plans to serve freshly baked French bread, pastries, desserts, coffee and boba tea.



A quick look at the cafe's Yelp reviews shows they're still rolling out their full pastry menu, so be patient. While you wait for their beautiful desserts, though, Paris Banh Mi Café Bakery is offering several deals on their Facebook page. Buy five Vietnamese sandwiches and get one free sandwich or buy one drink and get an identical drink for free.

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