Just like Pho, Banh Mi comes in a variety of options.About 15 follow, and there are a few more to be found
Banh Mi Cha Lua: Pork Roll, Banh Mi Thit Nguôi: Pork Belly, Bánh Mi xíu Mai: Pork Meatball, Bánh Mi Thit Ning; Grilled Pork, Bánh Mi Ga Nung; Grilled Chicken, Bánh Mi Bo Nuong; Grilled Beef, Bánh Mi Nem Nuong; Griled Ground Pork, Bánh Mi Xá xiu; Roast Por, Bánh Mi Gio; Thu Headloaf, Bánh Mi pate bo; Pate-butter, Bánh Mi Bi ; Shredded Pork Skin, Bánh Mi Dac Biet; Variety of Pork, Coldcuts and Omelet, Bánh Mi Xiu Mai (Chen); Pork Meatball, Bánh Mi Bò Kho; Beef Stewed, Bánh Mi Bo Né, Grlled Beef, Pork meatball omelet ….
Places like Mukdahan, along the Mekhong River, often have markets where 1 can find someone selling Banh Mi. This generally means they are using Fench bread from Laos. These are actually closer to Khao Jie (Jee) Pate a Lao sandwich, which is a close relative Banh Mi. You can see my Khao Jee pate post HERE. They are generally much smaller, as well