The banh mi sandwich ($10) was the best dish we had at Blue Sage, though it is not what one would think of as a traditional banh mi. The standard Vietnamese sandwich usually features various cold cuts, pork parts, and pate with pickled veggies and chilies. This version had grilled chicken, Sriracha mayo, and pickled carrots, daikon, and cucumber on soft French bread. The whole thing was topped with cilantro and was moist and well-balanced due to the play between the pickles, the mayo, and the spicy Sriracha. It was a good sandwich, but it, like the chevre tower, left us longing for something more.