Simply Sandwich scores points for its smart packaging, and for the quantity and quality of their servings, though the fillings (roast chicken, tuna salad, ploughmans) evoke a sense of déjà vu. The bread, invariably (but not always) softer, tastes fresher than most. For variety, order the triple packs ($8), which hold three triangles of thickly cut bread with fillings such as avocado, alfalfa and blue cheese (barely any in our order); cheese and chutney; chunky egg salad; poached salmon; very salty smoked salmon and thick lashings of cream cheese; and ham and cheese. The sandwiches come in different breads – grains, rye and brown – though we were hard-pressed to be able to distinguish between them.
The soups have such good potential.. but they're never seasoned...just a pinch of salt and pepper would make such a difference. The staff at Millennia Walk are VERY smiley by the way!
Posted on Fri 30 Jul 2010 12:55:52
James said: “Smile and be happy”
In reference to the branch on Philip Street: Considering I am paying S$10.30 on a fairly regular basis for sandwiches, I would be grateful for more eye contact, a smile and a simple 'thank you' when paying. The cashier (female with short hair) has a very bad attitude. I enter in a good mood and leave Simply Sandwich feeling upset.