Yeah every banh mi joint does a BBQ Pork, BUT they are usually sad, dry, and weirdly colored.
Lien Hoa, being a Chinese BBQ joint, throws in the same Char Siu/BBQ Pork and Roasted Pork that locals buy by the pound.
Real char siu goes so well with the pickled carrots and spicy jalapeno. Price: $4.50.
AFAIK, this is the only Chinese BBQ joint that puts its BBQ in Banh Mi’s.
If you want to spruce it up you can buy scallion-ginger sauce, plum sauce, and pickled cabbage.
Your picture looks like the char siu loins that are sitting in the steam trays. Lien Hoa’s best is the whole cambodian-style roast hog crudely crudely chopped and laid out on a sandwich. Expect big chewy hunks of skin and fat with a maybe the odd chunk of bone accidentally left in.
I usually get my banh mi at Buu Dien but if I really feel like a baller I’ll splash out four bucks and change for the chopped whole hog.