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

07:30am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm

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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 😉

There are sandwiches, and then there are Park Bench Deli's sandwiches — generously filled, cleverly put together and packed with punchy flavours. Choose from a menu of 10 sandwiches — but really, whatever you pick is probably going to be good. Burppler Rachael Lim says the Mushreuben ($18), which uses chewy sourdough bread, was "refreshing and light in terms of palate thanks to the pickles and mushroom." She also likes the Chicken Katsu ($14), which "is so well seasoned and I haven't had such a unique texture of chicken anywhere else."

Photo by Burppler Sarah Lim

Bought this to-go and is best eaten warm! pricey but worth it on rare occasions for a nice treat for yourself!

A roasted maitake mushroom sourdough sandwich w house sauerkraut, Swiss cheese & Russian dressing. So the first thing I noticed about this was the sourdough bread!! To me, bread can make or break the sandwich, regardless of how good the filling is. While I’ve never rlly fancied sourdough bread cuz it’s hard but I will have to say that this bread good! The bread is sliced thinly and has been most likely toasted on the stove, creating a crunchy yet chewy texture. Wonderful. The sandwich was rather refreshing and light in terms of palate thanks to the pickles and mushroom. And with the addition of Swiss cheese, it created a nice balance since it wasn’t too citrusy.

Although I will say that I’m someone that prefers stronger flavours, I can appreciate the lightness of this sandwich. It’s something that I’d picture bringing on a hot mid afternoon picnic.

I prefer this as finger food since it’s light so maybe as a snack but not as a full meal since I prefer heavy, full bodied flavours ❤️

Wow I have to say that I’m in love with this burger 😍😍
I feel like what makes this interesting is the chicken patty. Most of time, I’m used to eating chicken sandwiches w the chicken whole and intact (picture a Mcspicy chicken cutlet), but this burger had a pleasantly different texture. The chicken itself was cut up into smaller pieces and mixed in with onions and other seasonings before being coated with breadcrumbs and deep fried. It was similar to the texture of tempura. The oily deep full flavour of the fried chicken was balanced out with cabbage slaw and the lemon wasabi kewpie mayo, which makes for a satisfying finish.

Even though I usually don’t finish my food, I was pleasantly surprised that I was able to eat everything since the flavours were not too overwhelming and I felt like I could eat more.

The chicken is so well seasoned and I haven’t had such a unique texture of chicken anywhere else. It a light fried chicken burger for when you don’t want something too oily on the palate. I think it’s worth a try!