Photos and video by: Ryan Chua

If you’re ever in Pac Heights and you want a real good sandwich… you gotta check out B. On The Go. It’s the new sister joint to B. Patisserie (one of the CUTEST spots in SF to grab a bite) and is the perfect spot for a quick lunch.

First, the food at B. On The Go is bomb diggity. They serve a simple menu featuring sandwiches, salads, random sides and a few desserts. Besides the sandwiches, Katey loved their quinoa bowl and I loved their cookies… they were effing amazing.

Second, the décor and floors are totally IG picture worthy (<– muy importante these days lol). Make sure to get a #fromwhereistand pic before you dig in!

Once you walk in through the glass doors- you’ll notice an open kitchen, a long wooden communal table, gorgeous ceiling art, floor tiles, and a few marble tables by the window (grab one of these seats for best lighting).

What to order?

Cubano $9.50Violet Fog B on the Go-6575The Cubano is a very simple sandwich that comes with roasted pork, ham, and swiss cheese; served with mustard, mayo, and house pickles on house bread. We love the way this sandwich is pressed- it actually stayed warm and toasty after 15 minutes (Katey: more like 20 minutes…) of food pictures & Fyuses. lol 😉


Banh Mi: $8Violet Fog B on the Go-6548OMG. The pork belly in this sandwich is unreal! It’s on a house-made soft roll bread and comes with cucumber, jalapeno, pickled carrots & daikon.

Side: While this sandwich is bomb and the ingredients are super fresh, I still prefer to get my Banh Mi’s at Saigon Sandwiches for only $4 bucks 😛 To each their own!

Quinoa Salad $6Violet Fog B on the Go-6557The quinoa salad comes with veggies and has a nice kick of flavors. This is a nice option for anyone who wants a quick and healthy bite for lunch. For more menu items, check out their website HERE.

Now if only they sold the kouign amann here too! It’s okay, we can still walk across the street to grab one 🙂

 PS: Isn’t this Fyuse App the coolest?? It’s that next level shit for food blogging!


Photos and video by: Ryan Chua