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Panadera

02072671871

83 Kentish Town Rd

London NW1 8NY , United Kingdom

You won’t know that you’ve needed a corned beef hash sando all your life until the moment you take your first bite of Panadera’s corned beef hash sando. The Filipino bakery has created something wondrous (and potentially heinous for yourself, we suspect if eaten regularly) between two slices of grilled Filipino milk bread. It’s soft and crunchy, thanks to the deep fried corned beef patty, with lovely little chunks of potato flecked throughout. The sweet bread combined with a tart sauce, a wipe of mayo, and a bit of lettuce that’s there in spirit, combines to make a truly warming, generous double doorstop sandwich. Oh, and there’s an egg one too.

Open for takeaway

“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 me at Panadera - an impeccable Filipino bakery in Kentish Town from the Mamasons people - watching customers look at the sandwich board, hesitate over the corned beef hash sando before, I’ve decided, thinking ‘fuck it, it’s a sandwich’. And what a sandwich it is. It’s soft and crunchy, thanks to the deep fried corned beef patty, with lovely little chunks of potato flecked throughout. There’s sweetness from the pandesal - Filipino milk bread - combined with a tart sauce, a wipe of mayo, and a bit of lettuce that’s there for moral support. You can expect to queue for it, but don’t expect to be disappointed.” - JM

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 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. It’s the sort of sandwich you can expect to queue for, but don’t expect to be disappointed. You can get whole loaves of their excellent pandesal bread as well as other baked things.

Corned beef hash sando

“When I was about 25, I met a penniless artist in a café in Paris who asked me whether or not I was ‘visual’. I had no idea what he meant. As the years went by, I eventually worked it out. Maybe I’m a word person, I told him. I appreciate the looks of things, but they rarely move me the way a well-phrased sentence can. There are some exceptions. A brief moment of impossible-to-describe-in-words clarity while looking out across Tomales Bay in Northern California. Another time, at Tate Britain, when the world stopped spinning for a second or two when I saw Van Gogh’s Starry Night for the first time. And then a third and more relevant (here at least) exception, when I met this sandwich. Words failed me. And they still do. So, what did it feel like eating it? Kind of the same as it feels like looking at it. But about two inches off the ground.” - OJF

You’ve probably come across this bilog more than once. And the same people that brought you that great pandesal ice-cream sandwich, have opened this new takeaway-only bakery on Kentish Town Road. Offering pandesal sandos filled with things like corned beef hash, as well as loaves of Spanish bread, sweet ube tarts, Filipino-inspired croissants, and brown sugar taho boba.

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