Our delectable list of the best sandwiches in Singapore

Our delectable list of the best sandwiches in Singapore
November 04 07:52 2016

The humble sandwich has been reimagined countless times, a development we can only be grateful for. Being portable, fast and delicious, its the ideal meal for anyone on the go. Lucky for you, we’ve chosen the best sandwiches in Singapore for you to drool over- we’re already hungry!


Suss out this humble cafe tucked away at the basement of Fusionopolis for healthy sandwiches and a cosy vibe. Hungrywich’s offers a range of sandwiches that goes perfectly with some of their freshly made coffee or tea. Their mouth-watering sandwich selection includes the hearty Cajun Roast Beef, the cheesy Meatloaf Sandwich, the savoury California Veganwich and more.

Plus, they have a selection of pastries, such as the Green Tea White Choco muffin, Banana Walnut muffin, Orange Loaf Cake, and more. Moist and not overly sweet, they are perfect to take out as a snack or as a dessert to end your meal.

Smoke Shack

Another spot where you can enjoy a slice of New York right here in Singapore, Smoke Shack is located around the Duxton Hill area. They also specialise in smoked meats, which are savoury and packed with flavour. Unsure of what to order? Go for the classic Reuben with layers of corned beef and melted Swiss cheese.

Their egg and cheese breakfast muffins are also a delight, and is complemented by their quality coffee selection- coffee connoisseurs would love the fact that they serve Toby’s Estate coffee!


A concept by Swissbake, Kraftwich is where you can craft your own healthy sandwiches with their quality European bread. From the tender pulled beef with cheddar, to the roasted veggies with Sriracha sauce, to the succulent roasted duck, their extensive sandwich menu promises a tasty and wholesome meal.

And while you’re there, it’s hard to give Swissbake’s bakery a miss. The flaky pastries, indulgent muffins and addictive cookies are a great reason to dig into a post-meal snack!

Melt Bar

As you might have guessed from the name, Melt Bar is best known for their amazing grilled cheese sandwiches. Apart from the standard grilled cheese, they also serve up gourmet renditions with bacon and guacamole, pastrami and more.

But heads up: they’re in the middle of relocating, so keep an eye out on their Facebook page to know where they’ll be moving to!


Now for a more colourful take on the well-loved grilled cheese sandwich: Epicurious serves up a rainbow coloured version of this comforting classic. Their delightfully gooey Rainbow Cheese Toast has made countless appearances on Instagram, making the cafe a go-to spot for one of the most picture-worthy sandwiches in Singapore.

Of course, there’s more to their menu that the irresistible rainbow sandwich. Epicurious also serves up other items like the wholesome Breakfast Burrito with scrambled eggs, pork, tomato and cheddar; the Epi burger-wich that features tender beef coupled with Monterey Jack cheese, and the classic Smoked Salmon Bagel.



Park Bench Deli

The sandwiches at Park Bench Deli pack a real punch. Taking favourites from all over the world and adding a special kick to each, you can expect an explosion of flavour that lingers long after you’re done. Just look at this peanut butter and jelly sandwich displaying its oozing layers of crunchy peanut butter, mixed berry jam, chocolate and milk bread with crusted cornflakes. Bring this reinvented classic to school and everyone will want to be your friend.


The word ‘Sarnies‘ is British slang for sandwiches, which made finding out the founder was Australian a bit of a surprise. Although don’t let the name fool you, they serve a lot more than scrumptious sandwiches. Their menu is extensive, including sliders, salads and Cocowhip breakfast bowls. We recommend ordering a coffee with a bacon and egg sarnie with tomato relish- delish!

How about making your own sandwiches with barbecued meats? Just check out these fuss free BBQ spots!

Nassim Hill

When we heard Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar serves malt-flavored Guinness Stout bread, we knew we had to share its genius. This bread completes their signature Hot Reuben sandwich, a corned beef creation with melted cheese, sauerkraut, onions with Russian dressing. If that isn’t enough to satisfy, Happy Hour at Nassim Hill lasts from 9am to 9pm- what more could anyone want?

Sacha & Sons (permanently closed)

Taking pride in traditional methods of curing, pickling and smoking, Sacha & Sons produces sandwiches as well as any New York Deli. Owned and founded by a married couple, they dedicated 4 years to developing a specific method of curing- resulting in a tasty, melt in your mouth brisket. Throw that in between two slices of bread and we have a winner!

Sandwiches are the most satisfying when you’ve baked your own bread, watch how we did here!

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