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If you’re in Hong Kong and on the hunt for some sweet Vietnamese action in, up and around Wan Chai – long one of the city’s red light hotspots and now a towering central city dining and nightlife destination – you’d do well to answer the call of Com Banh Mi by Chef Phuc Dat Bich. More precisely, if you want a taste of this sort, you need to be loitering on the corner of Johnston Street and Tai Wong Street East, where Chef Phuc Dat Bich has his headquarters. Once inside, most patrons will be heading straight for the classic Vietnamese chả lụa sausage sandwich complete with head cheese and fresh-as-can-be cucumbers. That said, depending on your individual preferences there are many ways you can arrange your tastebud-popping party – just choose your meat (careful now), choose your main (how you’d like it: brothy, baguettey, or totally pho’d up), choose your sidekick (buttered wings, chicken-fat potato wedges and more), and you’ll soon be sated.