It's been garnering quite a bit of good reviews lately, and I've got to say that even after takeaway, they hold on pretty well, and are definitely worth trying imo.

Katsu Sando ($11 from Oddle, $10 at actual store)
Deep Fried Panko Pork Loin, Bulldog Sauce, Duck Fat Confit Onions, Greens. Their bun was well-toasted, with it being lightly buttered and not becoming soggy even from takeaway. Loved the flavour combination here, especially with the sauce that was used. The katsu although not extremely tender or juicy, it's not too tough either - and although there's not much flavour to the katsu itself, I still enjoyed the overall flavour from the sauce and onions.

Menchi Katsu Sando ($11 from Oddle, $10 at actual store)
Deep Fried Panko-breaded Minced Pork Patty, Japanese Tar-tar, Arugula.
This Minced Pork Patty is much juicier, it's definitely evident when you eat the two sandos one after the other. Would recommend having the Katsu Sando before trying the Menchi Katsu for a "level up" experience. The Katsu Sando may however feel more substantial since it's an entire pork katsu you are biting into.

Definitely worth trying, and I wouldn't mind giving their chashu or breakfast sandos a try next time.

Overall Rating: 8/10