With only local spots like Quiznos and Subway to get a quick and reasonable midday bite to eat, Go Deli is a great addition. For an extra two bucks, you can "make-it-a-meal" with a bag or chips or an eggroll and a 24 ounce soda. With the price of the sandwiches beginning at $2.69 -$4.29, with the bulk of them being below three bucks, this is a place that you must try at least once and then see if you are not hooked. Check daily to see what the fresh soup of the day is now that the season is bringing in the chill air.
Local bahn mi spots are not so easy to find in the greater Seattle area - and can be hole-in-the-wall joints that makes you wonder what the kitchen looks like. Here, you can see all the way through the entire cooking and baking area - and feel confident that you are getting authentic food in very clean environment where freshness is king.
bahn mi sandwich would be the Grilled Chicken (pictured above) or the BBQ Pork. For the more adventurous and seeking an authentic flavor, try the Special Combo #2 or the Saigon Bacon. There is Vietnamese Coffee or Bubble Tea to go with it, as well as some other specialty drinks like fresh soybean and sugar cane juice, and as always, some Thai Iced Tea to round things out.
Dawn Hart (pictured above with owner John Lu) has been cooking up for Go Deli. There is a limited espresso coffee menu to accompany those treats and boxes of goodies to take on the go if you want to share something with coworkers or friends.
Go Deli will be having their Grand Opening on December 12th with live Jazz Music and a giveaway of an IPOD - so you should definitely go down and enter to win - no purchase necessary. But you will want to dive in and try something once inside the doors - you just won't be able to help yourself.
306 Williams Ave.S. Renton WA 98057
Open 7am til 7pm 7 days of the week