From the extensive data that was conducted prior, it seemed that the eatery commonly experienced long lines throughout the day, and especially during lunch hours. However, users did remark that despite the length of these lineups, wait times weren't long at all.
The diner was arranged in such a way that there was one member of staff taking orders at the cashier and several kitchen employees would prepare the orders at lighting speed once the slips were relayed to them. The workers, as I had observed, were all considerably young and appeared to be no older than late 20s. This applied to the girl that took our order as well.
For someone working in such a hectic environment, she was extremely sensitive and unnecessarily mindful of the camera that was present in my hand: I had paused to snap a quick shot of the "Welcome to Banh Mi Boys" sign on the cashier display, only to have her coarsely interrogate me about the photo and confirm that she was not included in it.
Judging that the camera had been pointing downwards and towards the far left, it would have been highly unlikely for her to be caught inside the frame anyways. I have never experienced such snide remarks while dining out before, and hope that this isn't the attitude that regular BMB-goers experience on a regular basis.
The Kimchi Fries were also of a generous portion. Heavily deep fried till dark brown, they were then topped with fresh green onions, a thin layer of mayonnaise, and somewhat firm, mild kimchi. Surprisingly enough, the kimchi that had been placed on top did not yield soggy fries, but for the amount of deep-frying they had undergone, they weren't exactly crispy either.
Overall, the experience was a positive one - there is nothing I enjoy more than observing an efficient process in work. The entire duration of the lunch excursion was no more than twenty minutes, photo time and order confusion included. For my next visit, I'd definitely like to explore more of their menu options as well.