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Cult Fave Sandwich Joint Opens Hip New HDB Shop, Massive Korean Fried Chicken Ciabatta On Menu

One of 46 Mittsu’s owners is an ex-chef who also worked at popular sarnie cafe, Two Men Bagel House.
Cult Fave Sandwich Joint Opens Hip New HDB Shop, Massive Korean Fried Chicken Ciabatta On Menu

If you’re a sandwich fiend, you’ve probably heard of the well-loved Two Men Bagel House, an artisanal brand slinging house-baked bagel sarnies bulging with creative fillings. But did you know that cult fave sando purveyors 46 Mittsu has links to Two Men? Two of the founders here used to work as chefs at the bagel joint. Anyhow, the equally cool year-old eatery, previously housed with other F&B establishments in a shared space of commercial building The Herencia in Robertson Quay, now has a space to call its own. It has relocated to a unit in the indie F&B enclave of Everton Park, within an old HDB estate. It opened its doors on August 8, tucked between sleek java shop Handcraft Coffee and a laundromat. Its other cool Everton neighbours include granola outfit Dearborn and kopi darling Nylon Coffee Roasters. With the move comes a change in the menu – gone are the house-smoked meats like beef brisket and pork ribs that starred in Mittsu’s sandwiches, now replaced by seared flank steak and Korean-style fried chicken. 

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