There’s always room for exciting new food in London but, more than anything, there’s always room for an exciting new sandwich. Put it on a plate and there may be pause. Put it between two slices and it’s down the pie hole immediately. This occurred to us at Panadera - an impeccable Filipino takeaway-only bakery in Kentish Town from the Mamasons people while eyeing up the corned beef sando on the menu. And what a sandwich it is. Soft and crunchy thanks to the deep fried corned beef patty. Lovely little chunks of potato flecked throughout. Sweetness from the pandesal - a Filipino milk bread - combined with a tart sauce, a wipe of mayo, and a bit of lettuce for moral support. You can expect to queue for everything here - whether it be that sandwich, a sensational pan de coco pastry, or an iced Milo (!) mocha - but don’t expect to be disappointed.
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