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179 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068627

Tuesday:
10:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 04:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
10:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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~$20/pax

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This cheesesteak sammich and Deliveroo's super efficient delivery is a gift from the gods.

Crusty Baguette filled with house made cold cuts, chicken liver pate, mayonnaise, pickles, cucumber shallot and the all important coriander. 🤤

Banh Mi Ga (💵S$16)
This Banh Mi comes stuffed with shredded roast chicken, pate, mayonnaise, pickles, cucumber, shallot and cucumber. Both Banh Mis are good enough to satisfy my cravings but the pop up only lasts for a day hence, Vietnam I’m coming back for more. 🔖
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Cha Gio (💵S$6)
An addictive finger food to order while waiting for your Banh Mi to arrive, these little morsels are filled with Prawn & Pork, lettuce & fresh herbs then pan fried. The skin can be a little more crispy but I ain’t complaining as the flavours of the spring roll made up for it.

The Banh Mi Thit - Vietnamese bread roll generously filled with house made cold cuts, chicken liver pate, a mix of pickled vegetables and fresh herbs - it does not get any better than this! There is also the Banh Mi Ga which replaces the cold cuts with roast chicken. You won’t go wrong with either but my personal favorite was the Banh Mi Ga.

Special mention to the amazing wines from @burntends.cellars - the stunning cabsauv from Hither & You, and the super fun Weeping Juan.
What a Sunday!
#burpple #parkbenchdeli #burntendcellars #pbdgoesviet #legarconsaigon

Scored this bottled of coffee shochu at the @rositasdeluxe popup last Sundag at @parkbenchdeli. The coffee shochu is derived from a combination of a custom roast from Sumatra by Beyond Coffee Roasters in Kobe, shochu from the Tsubosaka brewery and Japanese rock sugar. Each lot is matured for 45 days and bottled in small batches. As you taste it, you are first hit by rich, strong coffee notes, before the sweet, smooth shochu gets you in aftertaste. Then you go for another shot, and another. What a gem! #burpple #rositasdeluxe #sundaysgrocery #yardbird

A truly messy affair, we managed to gain some self-control and went away with just one scrumptious Deluxe Cheese Burger ($15/single) and Poutine Deluxe ($12) in our bellies. 🍔🍔🍔 Bomb-diggity, the cheese burger was soooo guuud - the moist beef patty and grilled onions were awesome!

Deluxe Cheeseburger with Beer Combo 23$
Chilli Fries 10$

I’ve never been a burger fan, mostly due to a traumatic experience with Omakase Burger. When we arrived the place was packed full of people. You can tell a place does their food from the heart when many of the patrons are friends of the place and you see staff regularly going up to patrons to give a hi-five or a hug. The service staff was nice to have preempted us on the 40minutes waiting time and when we got our food, Park Bench Deli delivered it in 30minutes. The wait was worth it. While the burger could’ve been warmer (it was not piping hot when we received it, probably cause there was just too many people and assembling of the burgers just took too long) the burger itself was so well-flavoured. The lightly grilled butter-lathered bun encompassed the tender beef patty with pickles and cheese. I’m not a pickle fan (& also slightly regretted not requesting beforehand to remove it) but I gladly wolfed it down, the acidity of the pickle just went so well with the bun and the patty. I heard that the mark of a good cheeseburger is the cheese pull, so I’m happy to report that there was some cheese pulling action going on. The chilli fries came packed with chilli and minced beef and each fry being well tossed in salt. The meal here was definitely the highlight of my Sunday.

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Beef Chili Tater Totts - $14
Chili Con Carne, Deep Fried Tater Totts, Sour Cream, Spring Onion & Cheese Sauce
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Cheese Steak - $16
Sliced Beef, Sautéed Onions, Molten Cheese Sauce
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Park Bench Deli
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After much rave about their yummy sandwiches over the app, I finally come down to PBD for lunch.

A S$16.00 Crispy Fried Chicken sandwich (or more like a sub?) promises a delicious and pretty filling lunch. Problem is, if you wish for some side orders like their Tater Totts and Beef Chilli (S$14.00), please consider not to eat one sandwich and one side all by yourself, because it’s going to be a tummy-bursting experience to down everything. You’re welcome!

I will surely come back to try other sandwiches next time!

Best Philly Cheesesteak ($16) that you can get in Singapore! So juicy and the ingredients are very generous. The tater tots are also yummy!

yummy! Love the generous amount of sauce and the tots are fun to eat too

The Fried Egg Power ($12) is comfort breakfast food and a good start of the day. With tomatoes, fried egg, crispy bacon bits, mash taters, topped with cheddar and their slightly spicy mayo sauce, my one and only complaint is the price.

Oddly enough, their coffee (Iced Black, $5), on the wee sour side, pairs nicely with the tangy taste this sandwich brings.

Double fried egg, crispy bacon, mashed tater tots, tomatoes, melted cheddar, PBD sauce

The cubano (pull pork sandwich) though cost $16, but it is totally out of the world. U have to try it urself.
Since our yoga nearby, we are planning to try most of their sandwich. 👍🏻 4/5
📍179 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068627 #yybffTelokAyer

This was on point except that it may be a little spicy for non Chilli eaters like me😂 also recommend their iced latte($6)!

My friend and I shared the Fried Chicken and Cheesy Beef Steak sandwiches (SGD16 each). The portions are big and I ate the chicken half first and left the beef one for teatime. The fried chicken patty was pretty good but as a whole sandwich it was bit dry. The combination of beef, cheese and onion was quite nice but pretty standard and not saucy enough for me. Service was good though and we managed to use the Burpple discount for a weekday lunch!

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