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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Softshell Crab Katsu ($22)
Absolutely the must order @parkbenchdeli ‘s collab with Handsome Chinos available only for today. Katsu fried to crispy perfection topped with seaweed tartar and slaw sandwiched between a fluffy bun. Queue’s way shorter than usual so thats a plus to come!

The Cubano is a ciabatta filled with pulled pork, ham, mozzarella and pickles. The bread was well toasted and I liked the cheesy pulled pork!

The fried chicken sandwich’s buttermilk fried chicken was rather juicy and crunchy, and went well with the potato roll + garlic aioli.

Portions are rather large here!


My regular go tos at Park Bench Deli are the fried chicken and patty melt but decided to try the Reuben Pastrami for a change. It’s basically a beef brisket pastrami sandwich with Russian coleslaw, gherkin (pickles), whole grain mustard and Swiss cheese. The beef pastrami is cured in brine for 14 days before being smoked and steamed. All of these are done in-house which I feel justified the higher price.

Although they use roasted rye bread, I never felt that the sandwich was dry or hard which can be occasionally the case with rye. The beef brisket pastrami is soft and not too salty. Together with the melted Swiss cheese that’s firm, chewy and nutty, the flavours and texture just come together perfectly. Perhaps they should make an Impossible version of the pastrami.

The other sandwiches are good and substantially cheaper than this. But still more expensive than what you’d pay at Amoy Food Centre. It’s one of those places I’d go if I want to treat myself to something delicious but not too heavy for lunch.

I have been wanting to try this place out as I am a huge sandwich fan and this place jas awesome reviews. I ordered the turkey classic with REAL brined turkey. It is so rare to get real turkey nowadays in restaurants. The turkey was so juicy and soft and the avacado was perfectly ripe. The sprouts were crunchy and delicious. The sauce was just the right amount and was also very light. Ciabatta bread was crispy and fresh. 10/10 rating. Everything is so delicious and the portion is worth the price! Moreover, the friendly waiter delivered the food right to our table!(we didn't have to go up to collect it)

Ordered the Turkey Classic ($18), Cubano ($15) and Kimchi Grilled Cheese ($14)

Turkey Classic ($18) requires a huge mouth to eat graciously but other than that, it was a price-worthy sandwich. Thick, juicy cuts of turkey with generous slices of bacon. However, if it’s cold cut so if you’re looking for a warm, freshly baked sandwich then this might not be your cup of tea.

Absolutely loved the Cubano’s ($15) texture and taste. The ciabatta bread was light and crispy and its bland taste acts as the perfect canvas for the robust and rich mexican flavors of the pulled pork shoulder, cheese and salsa filling.

I wished the Kimchi Grilled Cheese ($14) would have a smaller kimchi to cheese ratio as the kimchi was way too overpowering, masking the creaminess and saltiness of the cheese. But it was a rather interesting try nonetheless

Upon ordering, the staff recommended for first timers the first 3 items on their menu. Especially this crispy chicken sandwich which they claim that it will be the safest option. I was not disappointed when I ordered it along with an additional $5 for a side and drink during lunch hours. The chicken was both crispy and juicy and the veggies with the sauce added a refreshing taste which allowed me to go in for more. While it is not mindblowingly tasty, it is definitely a good sandwich.
Would recommend people who have any thoughts of visiting the place to give it a try. I will definitely go back for a different sandwich should I be around the area.

p.s. their 'sink' is really amusing