Ngo Davis - Ngo, Davis

Biography

Alan Woo and Davis Ngo have traveled the world trying different foods from everyday street food to upscale eateries. Realizing their passion and love for tasty and affordable eating, they endeavored to finally open a shop of their own.

Davis grew up working beside his parent’s banh mi shop in Chinatown for nearly three decades. With traditional experience and family recipes, he teams up with an unlikely partner to finally make it on his own terms.

Alan has been on what’s best described as a “occupational roller-coaster.” With his creative background as a photographer, his... READ MORE

Alan Woo and Davis Ngo have traveled the world trying different foods from everyday street food to upscale eateries. Realizing their passion and love for tasty and affordable eating, they endeavored to finally open a shop of their own.

Davis grew up working beside his parent’s banh mi shop in Chinatown for nearly three decades. With traditional experience and family recipes, he teams up with an unlikely partner to finally make it on his own terms.

Alan has been on what’s best described as a “occupational roller-coaster.” With his creative background as a photographer, his interest in the culinary arts had grown tremendously over the years.

Together they embark on a new adventure together with a goal to serve the best banh mi in NYC.

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