Tuesday, November 18, 2008
The Moomba Tuckshop, Battery Road
Cool. I'd known about the Moomba for ages but never bothered to go in as I figured that its chi-chi Australian fare would be too fancy for my taste. But when I heard that they had opened a small sandwich shop at the Bank of China building (4 Battery Road #B1-01, 6536-5235), I rushed on over to check it out, especially since neighboring Post Express Deli had shut down.
I liked it. My ham and cheese sandwich tasted like it looked: a bit stingy on the portions but consisting of enough quality ingredients for me to consider this to be one of the better sandwich shops around Singapore (and no, that's not moldy bread by the way - it was tinted green with spinach). Like most places here though, they toast your sandwich by default, so next time I'll have to remember to tell them not to do so...and maybe get a big salad on the side while I'm at it.
Digested at 11:53 AM
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