Sandos are everywhere. A little exaggerating, but kind of.

Sandwich shop 46 Mittsu first garnered lots of attention from their days near Robertson Quay due to their stuffed open faced sandwich with layers and layers of different ingredients packed.

The shop had shifted from The Herencia to Everton Park – the space previously occupied by the defunct Pickle Bakery and right next to Handcraft Coffee.

More of a takeaway shop with limited seats indoors, occasionally you can see patrons bring their own table and chairs to sit outdoors.

The menu now no longer offers rice bowls, but instead focuses on their Sando.

If the vibes and sandwiches somehow remind you a little of Two Men Bagel House, there is because two of the three founders of 46 Mittsu used to work there.

46 Mittsu

If you head there too early, note that only 3 Sando are available at 8am, namely Spam-Me ($12), Egging Me On ($10) and What the Guac?! ($12).

A more comprehensive menu starts at 11am, with selections such as FireBird ($15), Piggyback ($15), HolyCow ($18), Catfish ($18) and their best-seller B.E.C ($14).

Optional add-on to make you Sando even more filling (and bigger) includes Hashbrown ($2), Fried Halluomi ($3), Sunny Up ($2) and Avocado ($3).

The B.E.C ($14) is the only item that is retained from the old menu, packed with Bacon, Egg, and Cheese.

Think thick cut bacon that adds a savoury touch in contrast to the velvety smooth and fluffy scrambled eggs, melted cheddar cheese and sweet mayo sauce.

46 Mittsu

Ciabatta is sourced from Pickle Bakery, the previous bakery that occupied this current location, was on the stiffer and chewier side.

I enjoyed the Firebird ($15) too, a Korean-inspired fried chicken Sando, using deep-fried chicken thigh marinated in gochujang sauce, garlic and sesame seed.

It’s pretty “mashisoyo”, packed with many textures, such as purple cabbage and carrot for the extra crunch, sunny-side up for the additional moisture and hoisin mayo sauce for the creaminess.

46 Mittsu

I must say that the Firebird is really huge due to the deep-fried batter, and pretty strong in flavours with all the sauces used, so do share it with a friend if possible.

And get a piece of wet tissue on standby as it can get a little messy when trying to bite into all these sauces.

Coffee beans is roasted by Double Up Coffee for their espresso-based Black ($5) and White ($5.50).

A single origin from Brazil with espresso roast and distinctive notes of almonds and milk chocolate that goes well with the heavier tasting Sando.

Opened at 8am daily, 46 Mittsu will be a good option for those looking for a hearty breakfast to start the day.

46 Mittsu

46 Mittsu
2 Everton Park, #01-61, Singapore 081002
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm (Tues – Sun) or until sold out, Closed Mon

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* Written by Nicholas Tan @stormscape who loves all things [NEW]. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.


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