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13th March 2023
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San.wich in Lot One has colourful stuffed sandwiches

San.wich - storefront

Good news for Westies: you can now get healthy, Japanese-inspired sandwiches at San.wich, a new sandwich kiosk in Lot One! They are located in Basement One of the mall, which is right next to Choa Chu Kang MRT Station.

San.wich is managed by the folks behind popular local bakery Swee Heng. If you haven’t noticed, their name is inspired by the Chinese character ‘三’ which translates to ‘three’, with the three lines that make up this character resembling a sandwich. 

San.wich - closeup

What makes their sandwiches look so enticing is the colourful bread used—these are baked daily with natural ingredients such as pumpkin, beetroot, and sweet potato, and no added colourings. All their sandwiches are prepared in-store daily, ensuring the freshness and quality of their items. 

San.wich - sandwich

Their signature sandwich is the Soy Garlic Chicken Cutlet And Cheese With Egg ($3), which stars grilled chicken, fluffy scrambled eggs, lettuce, and a slice of cheese sandwiched between two slices of pumpkin bread. Koreaboos would probably love their Spicy Korean Chicken And Kimchi With Egg ($3.20), which has a spicy-savoury combination of kimchi slices and chicken. 

You can also get other types of protein in your sandwich, such as Fish Fillet With Egg ($2.80), Tuna With Egg ($3), and even Snow Crab With Egg ($3.20)

San.wich - flatlay

Apart from their classic items, they also have trendy sandwiches including Cream Cheese Apple Sandwich ($3.20), which includes sweet apple chunks within a thick layer of cream cheese. The Assorted Fruits Sandwich ($3.20) stars strawberry, melon and kiwi within a sweet layer of fresh cream, just in case you wanted to grab your daily dose of Vitamin C. For those with a sweet tooth, there’s even a Kit Kat Brownie Sandwich ($3.20) that pairs a chewy brownie with the classic chocolate snack within the sandwich!

Read our Choa Chu Kang food guide for more grub in the neighbourhood. Alternatively, for more tasty bread options, check out Bag Me Up, which has bagels with unique fillings such as unagi and Wagyu beef! 

Address: 21 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, B1-K21, Lot One, Singapore 689812
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6970 9949
Website
San.wich is a halal-certified eatery.

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Photos taken by Casandra Nicholas Kate.
This was an independent visit by Eatbook.sg

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