If you’re always on the hunt for a good sandwich, you’re probably already familiar with the Insta-famous sandwich joint, 46 Mittsu. After closing their last outlet back in March—much to the dismay of their many loyal fans—the folks at 46 Mittsu took a short hiatus and have now finally opened their very own outlet over in Everton Park!
The new 46 Mittsu is located among the stretch of cafés below the HDB blocks at Everton, and is perfect for a quick coffee or sandwich run if you live in the area. With this new dine-in outlet, they’re finally doling out their cult-favourite chunky sandos with their revamped menu! You can expect the same old goodness from the old 46 Mittsu, except this time they’re using sourdough bread (baked fresh in-house) instead of the usual brioche.
Even though the new space is a dine-in outlet, it’s more like a takeaway joint as seating is limited to camper chairs placed outdoors and a singular wooden bench indoors. Feel free to bring along your pets as the outdoor area is pet-friendly! With a casual and relaxed vibe, 46 Mittsu’s new home is a great place to just hang out during the day and have a chat with their friendly staff.
After seeing so many raving reviews of 46 Mittsu’s sandos all over social media, we were worried that the sandos wouldn’t live up to the hype—but boy, were we wrong! One thing we love about 46 Mittsu is that they don’t skimp on the ingredients, and each sandwich is hearty enough to be a meal on its own; or if you’re a small eater, even half a sandwich is enough to fill you right up.
These chunky bad boys truly took us by surprise from the moment they were brought out: these are probably some of the biggest and chunkiest sandwiches you’ll ever see, all chock full of yummy fillings and definitely needing two hands to hold. Make sure to have plenty of napkins on hand though, as eating them is quite a messy affair, given how saucy and juicy the sandos are.
If you’ve tried 46 Mittsu before, you’re probably familiar with their signature B.E.C ($14), the only item from their previous menu that was brought over to the new menu—and for good reason. The B.E.C is truly a stunner, with the thick and juicy bacon slab coupled with the silky folds of scrambled eggs and oozy cheese—each bite was salty-creamy perfection. If you’re unsure which sando to get or if it’s your first time, this is definitely a foolproof classic that won’t disappoint.
One of the more unique sandos on the is the Firebird ($15): a Korean-inspired chonker that’s rightly named as it packs quite the punch. The Firebird is even bigger than the B.E.C, so you might want to share this one with a friend (but kudos to you if you can finish this one all by yourself). This sando is absolutely massive, packed with sunny side up egg, fried chicken and purple cabbage—it was a real struggle trying to fit the whole sandwich in one bite. They really weren’t playing around with this one, and the fiery red gochujang sauce lends a pleasantly spicy and appetising kick that keeps you wanting more. If you’re not the best with spice, maybe skip out on this one and opt for their other non-spicy options instead!
Cold White, $5.50
Peach & Ginger Sparkling Water, $3
For drinks, we would recommend getting one of their coffees made with beans from Double Up Coffee; or if you want something more refreshing, go for their Kombuchas ($8), flavoured Sparkling Water ($3) or pressed juices ($8). If you want to get your hands on some of 46 Mittsu’s coveted chunky sandos, it’s probably best if you come early (12pm or earlier) on weekdays to enjoy more choices as they tend to sell out pretty early, well before their supposed 5pm closing time.
Worth a visit: A chill hangout spot with hearty & filling sandos.
Address: 2 Everton Park, #01-61, Singapore 081002
Opening Hours: 8am-5pm daily (or till sold out)