Pretty yummy sandwich, a little bit towards the smaller side but alright if you’re not too hungry or if you’re planning to get some sides.

The tonkatsu was tender and juicy, went really well with the teriyaki mustard for some savoury zing. The pickled golden pear and greens balanced all the flavours in the sandwich out and added a refreshing crunch too. The Gouda cheese was a nice addition but it wasn’t melted in our sandwich which I found was a bit wasted - it was just a solid slice (on the menu it’s indicated that it’s supposed to be melted). Melted cheese in sandwiches is kinda the cherry on top for me.

The Sammies here are made with freshly baked Shokupan bread, which was soft and fluffy. I personally would’ve preferred if the bread slices were slightly thicker because well, I love bread!

The Burpple 1-for-1 deal made the sandwich quite an okay deal, otherwise I would’ve thought that the size of the sandwich is pretty small for its price. Wouldn’t get it on its own definitely. A pity there’s only one deal on Burpple Beyond for Sammies!

We visited on a weekend morning and it wasn’t too busy. There’s quite a bit of seating space on the second floor.

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