The Bad Jew

The Banhg Banhg Sando, by The Bad Jew X Highly Likely

Sale price Price $20.00 Regular price Unit price  per 

The sandwich is truly the perfect format for culinary crossovers, and the Bánh Mì might just be the OG sandwich collab.

The original Bánh Mì dropped in the mid-19th century when Vietnam fell under French colonial rule. The French brought the format, and the Vietnamese brought the flavor, stuffing baguettes with pâtés, fresh chiles, and pickled vegetables, creating an entirely new dish that would go on to travel the world. Part Vietnamese, part French, all delicious - this sandwich has become a global phenomenon, and continues to get reinterpreted in the most delightful and delicious ways. Fast forward nearly 200 years and chefs from Saigon to South Central are still riffing on these flavor combinations.

In the latest, quite possibly most craveable iteration yet, LA’s favorite Jew(ish) Pitmaster Rebecca King (AKA The Bad Jew) teams up with sando-queen Kat Turner of Highly Likely to bring LA a whole new flavor, somehow simultaneously unconventional and familiar.

Ever since Rebecca launched her delightful unkosher pork pâté last year, (lovingly known as Fâté) she has been searching for the perfect outlet for this porky-goodness.

Enter: the Banhg Banhg Sando.

  • The Bad Jew’s Signature Porkstrami
  • The Bad Jew’s Newest Product: Fâté
  • Yuzu pickled veggies
  • Spicy lemongrass aioli
  • On a Bakers Kneaded sesame roll
Order for pickup, or pull up, pour some wine, and stay a while. It’s going down Saturday March 18th, we’ll see you there.


WHAT: The Banhg Bangh Sando ($20)

WHEN: Saturday March 18th, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM (pickups or dine in)

WHERE: Highly Likely, 4310 W Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016

Items not picked up cannot be refunded*


About The Bad Jew
After moving to Los Angeles to  pursue a career in commercial real estate, The Bad Jew chef and owner Rebecca King fell into the world of restaurants, farmers markets, and home-kitchen experimentation. She soon ditched her office job to stage at restaurants around the city. During a stint at Birdie G’s she came up with her very unkosher deli concept celebrating fire and fermentation and The Bad Jew was born. You can now find Rebecca brining and pit-smoking her famous porkstrami at events and pop-ups city wide.  
About Highly Likely
Highly Likely Cafe, located in the West Adams neighborhood of Los Angeles has created an all-day community-driven gathering space serving great food, awesome coffee, and natural wine. Sourcing from sustainable and local vendors, their goal is to serve the neighborhood delicious food, drinks, and vibes 7 days a week. After 10 years of traveling around the globe as a private chef, Kat Turner is forever on a mission to provide guests with a menu that emphasizes freshness and comfort, while giving them the sense that they are experiencing something new and unique.