For fans of Sandos, the name 46 Mittsu should definitely ring a bell. Previously residing at The Herencia at Robertson Quay, they have since moved to Everton Park in 2022. Drawing crowds for their tasty sandos, indulge yourself with some of their popular thicc sandwiches like their best-seller, the B.E.C, and new creations like their Firebird, a Korean-inspired grilled chicken sando!
46 Mittsu At Everton Park
Previously offering rice bowls at Robertson Quay, they now offer only Sandos on their menu. Their shop at Everton Park is now a takeaway concept, with limited seats available indoors. Customers can however bring their own table and chairs to sit outdoors. For those heading there for breakfast at 8am, do note only three sandos will be available- Spam-Me ($12), Egging Me On ($10), and What the Guac?! ($12).
If you’re looking for the full selection of items, head down from 11am onwards and enjoy sandwiches like their Piggyback ($15), HolyCow ($18), and Catfish ($18). On top of that, you can also add on ingredients like Hashbrown ($2), Sunny Up ($2), and Avocado ($3) to elevate your sando and make it more filling as well.
Packed with bacon, egg, and cheese, the B.E.C is the only item brought over from the old menu. Sourced from the local bakery Pelle, the ciabatta bread is stuffed with thick cuts of sous-vide bacon, scrambled eggs, American cheddar, with a layer of their secret sauce. Starting with the bread, it is slightly on the stiffer and chewier side. The bacon adds a pleasant amount of saltiness, with a beautiful layer of fat and smokiness that is balanced out by the sharp tanginess from the sauce.
Although the egg is really fluffy, it adds more of a textural component to the sando as you barely taste the egg at all. As for the cheese, the cheese pull might be visually appealing for your Insta-stories but unfortunately, that’s all it is as there is hardly any trace of its flavour as well,
According to recent reviews from others, the Firebird was supposed to be served with fried chicken but when we went down, it had been switched to grilled chicken instead. Whether it is a permanent change or not, we are uncertain. The sando uses the same ciabatta bread and is packed with a gochujang-marinated grilled chicken thigh, purple cabbage slaw, and a sunny side egg.
The chicken is pretty juicy and succulent and has a prominent gochujang flavour. However, having the chicken fried would have definitely made it more shiok, making it a Korean-fried-chicken style sando which would certainly appeal to more people. Adding a delightful contrast of crunchiness is the purple slaw while the egg adds a touch of textural contrast and flavour as well.
The purple slaw unfortunately does overpower the flavour of the chicken, making you feel you’re eating a vegetable sandwich after a few bites. One recommendation is to have a smaller serving of the slaw to allow the chicken to shine.
Head Down To 46 Mittsu Today!
46 Mittsu offers a range of beverages as well, ranging from their Cold White ($5.50) for those who need their coffee fix, to Kombuchas like their Lychee & Mint ($8). Overall, 46 Mittsu’s sandos might not be the best, but they are overall still pretty decent and are worth checking out if you’re ever in the area. Hurry down today!
Address: 2 Everton Park, #01-61, Singapore 081002
Operating Hours: Daily, except for Mon, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
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