Katsu is like the Japanese version of schnitzel, with the main difference being the use of fluffy panko breadcrumbs. Like its German counterpart, it makes for a great sandwich filling: think juicy, crunchy cutlet between two pieces of cloud-like bread slathered with a thick, tangy sauce. If the idea has your mouth watering, then plan a visit to this sandwich joint near Queen Vic Market.
The chicken sando is the go-to, but you can also choose from sandwiches filled with breaded pork, prawns, mushrooms or eggs. Every sandwich comes with a side of a tart ponzu-dressed salad, and you can add on a side of fries tossed with a savoury furikake seasoning. If you're not really feeling a sanga, you can also choose from katsu rice bowls, sweet breakfast toasts, fresh pastries and coffee by Proud Mary.
Hot tip: Meet Sando is within a stone's throw of QVM, so plan your visit on a market day so that you can devour your sando then spend your day wandering around the markets.