(SPOT.ph) If you’ve ever traveled to Japan and entered one of their many convenience stores, you’ll know that they’ve got some serious sandwich game. These convenience store sandwiches have distinctly Japanese fillings, among which is the Tamago Sando, or egg sandwich, which usually consists of a creamy Japanese-style egg salad and other eggy components on soft Japanese-style bread. If you’re looking to get your fix in Manila, look no further than Mister Sando PH, a local purveyor of Japanese-style sandwiches that delivers around the Metro. Place your orders via this online form; you can pay via GCash, or through Unionbank or BPI bank deposit.
Mister Sando’s take on the Tamago Sando (P250) has a Japanese mayo-based egg salad and egg slices on fluffy milk bread for a mix of soft, creamy, and eggy profiles. Their short-but-sweet lineup also includes the Tunamelt Sando (P250) with tuna, cheese, onions, and Japanese mayo, as well as the Katsu Sando (P350) with meaty slices of pork loin katsu, cabbage, mustard, and katsu sauce. Can’t choose? Go for the Sando Sampler (P500), which comes with all variants.
Main image from Mister Sando PH's Facebook page.
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