Park Bench Deli (179)

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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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09:00am - 03:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

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honestly this place is SO GOOD. they cook your meal right in front of you (open kitchen concept)! saw another table eating these and we ordered. no regrets. the portion is so large for 21 dollars, and also contains pastrami which pairs extremely well with the tater tots!

ambiance of the restaurant in the morning was amazing, loved the quality of the food!

rate: 5/5⭐️

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Pastrami was delicious, tender and smoky. Bread perfectly toasted with butter and a delicious coleslaw to bring together the sandwich. However, this was all overpowered by the Dijon mustard, would reccomend getting this sandwich with less mustard or mustard on the side. Overall, it is still one of the better sandwiches out here in Singapore

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The Roast Beef Dip showcases a medium rare roast beef, horseradish cream and provolone cheese sandwiched between 2 ciabatta. Initially I felt like a barbarian eating this, since it seemed uncultured to eat cold medium rare beef that has no seasoning to it, with bread. Things took a turn though, when I dipped the entire sandwich into the beef broth which was brimming with flavours. Both components on its own was pretty mediocre, but their marriage took things to a different level and I wouldn't mind ordering this again!

Rumour has it that once brunch has been consumed, you can be overtaken by the need to go back to bed again. So keep the rest of your day free of activities so that you can go back home to reunite with your bed. πŸ˜‚

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Haven't had brunch in ages and I was glad this was my first stop after my brunch hiatus.

Went with the PBD Big Breakfast which was probably for sharing seeing as to how the tables around me featured couples and friends sharing it, while I ordered it with the intention of solo consumption. What a glutton.

Anyhoo, the portion was pretty monstrous, featuring 2 mini ricotta hotcakes with unfathomable fluffiness that'll leave you pointing at it aggressively, signalling your dining partner to give it a try. I love the sunny, yellow, citrusy curd atop it, which gives some fresh respite amidst all the fried, greasy food surrounding it. The yellow cloud of a scrambled egg has a creamy consistency without being too runny, would have been great if there were some pepper dashed on it. The bacon, tater tots were pretty textbook but the sausage was delicious! Soft and tender with herbs thrown in its mix, I am willing to pay ala carte prices to add on more if there were.

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Finally had their big breakfast after weeks of anticipation. Their PBD Big Breakfast ($26) seems to have increased compared to when it was $22 that time.

I like all the components in the big breakfast and it is really bigger than I expect. I understand now why it is good for 2 people to share.

For the espresso white iced, nothing unique about it and it is just ice coffee.

Sweet or savory pancake? How about both! This oven-baked pancake checked both boxes with its sweet honey, savory prosciutto, creamy burrata, and fresh garden cress. The pancake itself was thin and fluffy, with crisp and lightly caramelised edges. A sweet and eggy mix that complemented the other ingredients. For the generous dollop of Burrata, would say that it’s pretty decently priced.

πŸ“@parkbenchdeli, 179 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore