Korio

1143 Wishlisted
~$15/pax
What We Love
  • Doughnuts usually sell out by 2pm
  • Takeaway kiosk with several small tables outside
  • Tasty sandwich takeaway for breakfast or light lunch
  • Breakfast Sammy ($10)Peanut Butter Raspberry Jelly Doughnut ($4.50)

135 Amoy Street
#01-03 Far East Square
Singapore 049964

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Saturday:
09:00am - 01:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
09:00am - 01:30pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 01:30pm

Thursday:
09:00am - 01:30pm

Friday:
09:00am - 01:30pm

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Finally laid my hands on these after lusting after them since forever! These babies get sold out really quickly and I have been let down a couple of times after booking an earlier Boom class just to have them πŸ˜…

We tried the Breakfast Sammy ($13) which had some crispy spam lying in a bed of creamy and smooth egg mayo that was really well seasoned that spills out from the buttery brioche buns. I thought that the addition of the chives was a good move, adding some depth to the flavour of the egg mayo. But at $13 though, i'm not sure if I will be back anytime soon πŸ˜… but you should at least try this place out once though!

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However, if the Bobby Smalls is a good benchmark for their other sandwiches, then oh boy, we must eat the entire menu one of these days. With so many bagel and sandwich cafes opening recently, competition is firing up to be crowned the top place in Singapore and I will highly regard Korio as one of the frontrunners.

Back to the Bobby Smalls, it is definitely not small in terms of taste and statue. Sandwiched between a potato bun, it is stacked with crispy spam, cheddar & American cheese, fried egg, arugula, and hot mayo; every ingredient done in a right proportion will result in an absolute flavour bomb. Even though we had it for takeaway and only ate it an hour later, it was still as delish as it looks.
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✨ Korio
πŸ“ 135 Amoy Street, Far East Square, Unit 01-03, Singapore 049964
🌐 https://korio.oddle.me/en_SG/
🍴 [Self-Funded]

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Preferred this over the biggie croque because it personally felt more unique and interesting. I absolutely loved the potato bun. It had a soft and fluffy texture, yet a very nice chewy consistency. The components of the sandwich came very well together β€” crispy spam, cheese, and fried egg, for a burst of savouriness. The hot mayo injected a bit of spice into this which really helped in elevating the overall flavour.
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Pre-ordered Korio just so I could double confirm my hands on these glorious looking sandwiches. The Biggie Croque attracted me on first sight, whilst being the most expensive. The country sourdough was adequately toasty and fluffy, surprisingly nothing too heavy. Personally, I enjoyed this despite not being extremely mindblowm by it. The proportions were just right β€” cheesiness, sauciness, and savouriness. The flavours of the caramelised onions came out very strongly too. Overall a decent option, though I admit this is indeed higher on the price point.

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Like a spicy cousin to the Breakfast Sammy, their Bobby Smalls ($12) sees a familiar set of ingredients - with crispy spam, cheddar, American cheese, fried egg, arugula, and hot mayo slathered in between a soft potato bun. The heat being distinct yet bearable as it packs more of a mild kick overall. Quite the hearty number, the sandwich felt a little more substantial and balanced in comparison, perhaps due to the layer of tart greens. A nice sandwich to wake up the tastebuds.

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A beautiful mess of a sandwich, Korio’s Breakfast Sammy ($12) was utterly delicious. Oozing with luscious sauce gribiche, the fluffy brioche slices also snuggled crisp cuts of spam and American cheese. The tangy and savoury egg sauce played a key role here with the hint of sourness to counter the richness. The touch of saltness from the luncheon meat added to its whole appeal as everything just came together so brilliantly. There was a nice play of texture as well.

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