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Address: Alexandra Technopark, 438C Alexandra Rd, 01-04/04A The Hub, 119976
Opening Hours: Mondays to Saturdays 8:30am – 2:30pm, Closed on Sundays
Who wants an awesome spam sandwich? After going to popular sandwich spots like Hello Arigato, Korio, 46 Mittsu, and Park Bench Deli, my mission to find the best sandwiches in Singapore continues at SANDO. This sandwich place is tucked inside Alexandra Techno Park. Be warned it can be a trek, but a pro-tip: you can get off at Labrador Park MRT station and just look for Google’s APAC office. ATP is right around the bend of Alexandra Terrace Road.
Spam and Hash – $10
Sando is famous for their Truffle Tamagoyaki. But as it costs $10, go for their Spam and Hash to get that extra protein for the same price. Spam and Hash is packed with the thickest spam, crispy hashbrown, cheddar cheese, sriracha, kombu mayo, and the fluffiest tamagoyaki.
I think there’s definitely a unique spicy kick to this sandwich, and I wish that the spam could have been more toasted. I like a browner spam in color though, but the hashbrown saved the sandwich. Overall, I think what sold this sandwich is its bread. Definitely a potato brioche bun, so it has pillowy soft interiors but the right amount of crisp on the outside.
Sando also sells the Beef Menchi Sando and of course, the traditional pork katsu sando, a little pricey for a sandwich (nothing like Hello Arigato‘s gyu sando!)
For me, the winner is still Korio. I’m not a fan of round sandwiches, and bagels execute that perfectly. Korio is the epitome of pressed sandwiches, so if you’re like me and you like that kind of sandwich, then go for Korio. On the other hand, Japanese cuisine lovers will find that Sando’s affordable donburis manage to capture people who can’t skip rice for lunch.