As one of the OG players of the loaded sandwich game, 46 Mittsu is certainly no stranger to the sandos you’re seeing all over social media.
Having moved out of Robertson Quay’s The Herencia in March 2022, the incredibly popular sandwich joint has made its long-awaited comeback, taking over the space previously occupied by Pickle Bakery.
Unfortunately, cafes and eateries in the hipster enclave that is Everton Park often face the same issue — a lack of space. Seating here is limited to a single wooden bench (if you don’t mind the poor ventilation system, that is), as well as a couple of foldable camping chairs outside the store.
You’re better off getting your sandwiches to go — the Outram Park area is your oyster.
Early birds who visit at 8am can enjoy All-Day Brekkie (three sourdough sando options) alongside juices, kombucha, and specialty coffee from Double Up Coffee.
Drop by from 11am onwards for 46 Mittsu’s full line-up of ciabatta sandwiches.
The signature BEC (S$14), which stands for bacon, egg, and cheese, is a reliable favourite from the old menu, while the Korean-inspired Firebird (S$15) — gochujang fried chicken, purple slaw, and a sunny side up — showcases big, bold, and punchy flavours.
For something a little more unconventional, try the Catfish (S$18), consisting of marinated raw tuna, fried wanton skin, and a spicy papaya salad.
All sandos can be made heftier with add-ons like Hashbrown (S$2), Avocado (S$3), or Fried Halloumi (S$3). Otherwise, go for a side of crispy Brussel Sprouts (S$8) if you’re still feeling peckish.
These sensational sandos tend to sell out very quickly, especially on weekends — you know what to do.
📍 2 Everton Park, #01-61, Singapore 081002
🕒 8am–5pm (Daily), while stocks last
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