Park Bench Deli

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What We Love
  • Sip on a craft beer or fun bottle of natural wine from the fridge!
  • Lively, casual and communal
  • A super tasty, fun, no-frills, get-ya-hands-dirty sandwich in the CBD.
  • PB&J, Pastrami Reuben, Italian Godfather, Roast Chicken B.L.T

179 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068627

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07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

We all know PBD whips up stellar ones so I can’t say I was expecting any less, but I didn’t think I’d be THIS in love with their Pho French Dip ($18) special at their Sugarfin pop-up 🤤 Literally took my first bite and swooned. SO 👏🏻 BLOODY 👏🏻 GOOD 👏🏻 Let me try to explain this coherently: a generous stack of shaved roast beef + a crunchy herb salad + mayo, sandwiches in a fluffy French roll, served with a rich pho broth on the side. What really made this sandwich for me were the herb salad and broth. Now that pho broth’s soooo packed with flavour. Yknow the soup at the base of your stockpot, that’s collected all the meaty sediments, mushy veggies, and flavour? This broth is basically it. I’m not too sure what exactly was in that herb salad, but there was definitely beansprouts, coriander, and what I thought was morning glory. Fabulous crunch, super refreshing, and cuts through richness of the broth as well as the saltiness from the roast beef. Imho that herb salad really lifted the whole dish. If anything, I’d wish for a crustier French roll that’d better hold up to all that dunking.

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Maybe because I grew up eating Subway, I found this quite overpriced.

Would sing praises for the super creamy burrata but the overly salty prosciutto & rock-hard bread (literally got tired of cutting it💀) made me wonder if my wallet-friendly Sub would satisfy just as much.

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I really liked the almond hazelnut butter used in place of standard pb! Think ferrero rocher in liquid form🤩

Only wished there was more spread, esp the jam, to go with the brûléed brioche, which could have been more eggy coz you know frEnch tOAst

Hot Fried Chicken ($16)
Not the fluffiest of buns but everything else was really good! From the thick slab of tender chicken thigh🍗 to the chili aioli & slaw, I enjoyed every mouthful!

As a self-proclaimed Reuben connoisseur, this pastrami Reuben was done just right. I’ve had so many in my lifetime and PBD had just the right ratio of pastrami, coleslaw, cheese, mustard, and rye.

The brisket pastrami was smoked in such a way that I thought I had tasted bacon, and who doesn’t love their bacon? Great choice for a meal if I’m ever craving a hearty American sandwich.

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PBD’s Mushreuben’s essentially a beautiful golden sourdough sandwich of roasted maitake mushrooms, house sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and Russian dressing. Needless to say, as with every of PBD’s creations, this was tasty af — though not quiiiiite as enjoyable as their other sandwiches. The mushrooms, though wonderfully meaty and earthy, were a touch too peppery for me. Not in a bad way; simply a little unfamiliar to me. Perhaps it’s a result of the whole sandwich was unevenly salted, so instead of getting a good balance of seasoning we had bites that were insanely peppery and others that were just full-on drowning in salt. I’d take this as a one-off given their track record of fab sandwiches, though I’d prolly stick to a meatier option next time 😉