8 Delicious Bite-Worthy Sandos in Singapore

8 Delicious Bite-Worthy Sandos in Singapore

Sandwiches aren’t just for breakfast. They are good enough to fill your tummy for lunch or dinner meals, particularly when comes to the stacked varieties filled with proteins, veggies and cheese. Which brings us to the sandos, which mean “sandwiches” in Japanese. We have different variations of sandos here, covering the classic Japanese styles to fusion options. So, here are the 8 Delicious Bite-Worthy Sandos in Singapore worth checking out.

1) 46 Mittsu

Suppose you prefer something simple but satisfying. In that case, you can’t go wrong with 46 Mittsu’s B.E.C — a savoury bestseller that comes with scrambled eggs, bacon, cheddar cheese and pickled mayo sauce sandwiched between ciabatta bread. Some of their hearty sandos include the Korean-style Firebird (gochujang fried chicken with purple slaw & sunny egg) and Holy Cow (beef chunk with garlic butter, chimichurri sauce, melted cheddar cheese & sunny egg).

Address: 2 Everton Park, #01-61, Singapore 081002

46 Mittsu
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2) Korio

Words like “tasty” and “filling” are best described for Korio’s range of sandos, offering wholesome bites like Caprese Grilled Cheese and the smoked turkey ham-based Biggie Croque. The former comes with a trio of cheesy goodness including cheddar, mozzarella and American cheese. Not to mention delicious add-ons like marinated Roma tomatoes, basil and caramelised onions sandwiched between sourdough bread.

Address: 136 Amoy St., #01-03, Singapore 049964

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3) Onda by Park Bench Deli

Park Bench Deli’s offshoot, Onda, specialises in tummy-filling Cuban-inspired sandos. The highlight includes Cubano — a mix of sweet ham, lechon, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard all sandwiched between the soft bread roll. They have familiar favourites too, namely the classic Ham & Cheese and Turkey Avo Melt.

Address: 21 Lorong Telok, Singapore 049033

Onda by Park Bench Deli
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4) Cafe Natsu

Here’s a brunch spot located at Joo Chiat Road that specialises in Western-Japanese fusion cuisines. Their menu includes Signature Sandos, covering the classic Egg Mayo and the beefy goodness of Wagyu. The latter is what fascinates us the most: you’ll get juicy grilled Wagyu beef sandwiched between Shishito ketchup and rainbow slaw in two slices of Shokupan (Japanese milk bread). If that’s not enough, the Wagyu choice comes with a side serving of Togarashi fries.

Address: 283 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427537

Cafe Natsu
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5) Hello Arigato

Hello, indeed and this is especially true with their freshly-prepared sandos. They have two outlets available in Upper Thomson and Joo Chiat Road and each outlet has its own exclusive sandos. For instance, if you dine at the Joo Chiat outlet, they have HCG Sando — an interesting combo of marinated har cheong gai (shrimp paste chicken) and cucumber sandwiched between the Japanese milk bread. Alternatively, try their bestseller (and yes, it’s available in both outlets): the Gyu Sando, which comes with Angus beef striploin and caramelised sweet onion jam in Japanese milk bread.

Address: 227 Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574359

Hello Arigato
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6) Hiryu

Hiryu may have been specialising mainly in authentic omakase meals. But if you are here during dinnertime, check out their luxurious Hiryu Wagyu Sando, which is available as part of the a la carte menu. It comes in four pieces consisting of charred-grilled Wagyu Miyazaki A5 with caramelised onion sandwiched between toasted white bread.

Address: 39 Tras St., Singapore 078978

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The name of this sandwich joint in Alexandra Technopark says it all. And that is beautifully-layered sandos using only quality ingredients to satisfy your craving. For the breakfast option, kickstart your morning with the simple but oh-so-filling Spam & Hash — a hearty combo of luncheon meat with tamagoyaki and other add-ons like hashbrowns and cheddar cheese. Moving on to the meat-galore mains, there’s a Beef Menchi Katsu consisting of minced beef patty stuffed with cheddar goodness. They have chashu sandos too in the form of Braised Chashu, offering an appetising mix of braised pork belly and kimchi with roasted peanut, scallion emulsion and kombu mayo.

Address: The Hub @ Alexandra Technopark, 438C Alexandra Road, #01-04/04A, Singapore 119976

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Here lies a little joint at Hougang Central that serves simple but tasty, protein-packed sandos. Let’s start out with their Beef Sando and what we have here is a loaded sandwich filled with house-cured beef, sliced pickles, BBQ sauce and torched cheese. They have Fish Sando and Chicken Sando, with the former using white fish while the latter comes with sous-vide chicken breast. You can go for the a la carte option or make it a set meal, which comes with a choice of drink and coleslaw.

Address: 806 Hougang Central, #01-152, Singapore 530806

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