Their origins started in a coffeeshop at Toa Payoh before moving to their current location in 2020 and they have a pretty extensive menu in that limited space of theirs.

As we already had lunch prior, we decided to just share the Pork Bánh Mì ($8.90). For this price and the portion given, it is an affordable option in the town area. We thoroughly enjoyed every bite of this sandwich that is packed with a generous portion of grilled pork with onions, cucumber, pickled daikon and carrots and fresh burst of coriander. The grilled pork was almost reminiscence of Japanese pork yakiniku, with the sweet-savoury flavour that paired well with the vegetables and the crispy bread, a unique rendition of bánh mì that is not commonly seen elsewhere.
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📍 111 Somerset Road, 01-K10, Singapore 238164
🍴 [Self Funded]