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Sunday, 20 September 2020



hope the next time they will toast the bread:)


I do too Kat and go easy on that Honey-Mustard too!


Looks like they have promise, interesting twist from the typical turkey club or ham+swiss sandwiches from a typical sandwich shop. Given it's in a mainly corporate office area, hopefully folks working in that area support it.


Definitely not your ordinary business park/building sandwich shop Jason. I'm hoping they do well.


I'd definitely check it out if I worked in that area.


It's a good option; and well priced for the area Junichi!


Nice selection of sandwiches.

Lynn @ Oh-So Yummy

Hi Kirk! I saw this was the replacement for the other sandwich place but when I wanted to try them this summer, they were still closed due to covid. I haven't been doing sandwiches as much lately so haven't checked on them since then. Not sure what I'd want to eat from there yet.

As for the Vietnamese: Di = go; An = eat. I believe (chung) ta may be a form of "we". So there ya go, with my limited Vietnamese, at least I know the words for go eat! =)


Which is much more than I know Lynn!


Yes, interesting variety Soo.

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