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Our Little Sandwich Adventure at Rasapura Masters

5 May 2011 No Comment

Sandwich at the Rasapura Masters

On our Kraze Burgers post, one reader posted a comment that she “very much prefer the made-on-the-spot sandwiches over at the Rasapura Masters food court”. Intrigued, the crew paid a visit to the said store at the Marina Bay Sands’ Rasapura Masters Food Court.

Finding the stall was not a problem as it was the only one in the food court serving made-to-order sandwiches. The store also offered a selection of pastries, readymade sandwiches, as well as smoothies. To order a sandwich one first chooses the type of bread, the filling, an assortment of greens, and lastly the accompanying sauce. In this instance, we tried the chicken mayo on parmesan bread sandwich. We paid SGD 5.50 for it, a rather reasonable price.

Sandwich store at the Rasapura Masters

The Sandwich Store

Overall, the sandwich did not fail to impress. We liked the large chunks of chicken meat, and were pleasantly surprised to find a lack of chicken fat and skin in the mix. The store was generous with the fillings, and did not skimp on the vegetables either. Other sandwich stores should learn a thing or two from them in that respect. The parmesan bread tasted a tad buttery but great in general, while the vegetables were fresh and crunchy. There was nothing to complain about the sandwich really.

Chicken Mayo Sandwich

Chicken Mayo Sandwich, wrapped (above) and unwrapped (below)

Chicken Mayo Sandwich

Back to the original comment that inspired our visit to this little sandwich store, which do we prefer: the sandwich or the burger at Kraze Burgers? We find it hard to give judgment as this is not an apple-to-apple comparison; this stall does not serve burgers, and is situated in a food court instead of a restaurant. But if we may boldly comment, we’d say that the former is very much value-for-money when compared to the latter.

Rasapura Masters Food Court is a favorite with visitors to the Marina Bay Sands complex. It is almost fully occupied all the time, and finding seats is close to impossible during meal times. At a glance, the food court does offer a great variety of local regional fares, most of which we must say looks pretty darn tasty. As more tourists are introduced to Marina Bay Sands, we predict that this will be an iconic place to try out local cuisines, just like the Lau Pa Sat market of old.

PS: Thank you Alicia for your comment that started this post.

Travel Info

Rasapura Masters Website: http://www.marinabaysands.com/Restaurants/Rasapura_Masters.aspx

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