Sunday, January 20, 2013

Sandwiches @ Paper + Toast

Mobile office cafe Paper + Toast is now serving hearty sandwiches crafted to tickle both the imagination & the palate.
Earlier entry on Paper + Toast: November 22, 2010.

Ah Hoi Sin: meaty roast duck in hoi sin sauce with salad.

Prawn Star, brimming with juicy prawns wrapped with tomato tapenade.

Smoking Sally: smoked salmon paired unexpectedly well with aubergine baba ghanoush.

Here come the saucy chickens: Cool Masala (masala-spiced chicken with cucumber raita) & Uptown (cajun-spiced chicken, avocado & roasted tomatoes).

Roast turkey ham, melted mozzarella & thyme. Savory & aromatic.

The Sebastian, stuffed with so much crab meat, sauteed capsicum & vermicelli salad.

Asian twists for two classics: Egg mayo with chutney & tuna with chili acar. 

Who knew a meatless sandwich could be satisfying? This mix of grilled Mediterranean veggies with mozzarella & pesto makes for a nutritious Italian-inspired lunch.

Paper + Toast,
One Residency, Jalan Nagasari, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2141-6752
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31 comments:

  1. The sandwiches here have cool names. The Sebastian looks good!

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    1. Baby Sumo: yeah, i like the name 'prawn star!' and of coz 'sebastian' makes us think of the little mermaid :D

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  2. Love the names! Think the very first one that I will grab is the roast duck:D

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    1. Missyblurkit: hungry minds think alike! the duck sandwich was my first choice too! though i think my favorite in the end was the sebastian (the crab meat one, heh) :D

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  3. Ahhhhh!!!! Must KIV this place! I love sandwiches!!! Sebastian certainly looks sooo good! Yummmm!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: a good sandwich makes a great lunch! :D

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    1. Mr lonely: hope u manage to have a satisfying meal today, ya

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  5. that is nice..
    I like sandwiches with lots of green..

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    1. Simple person: yeah, the sandwiches here feel very nutritious, with plenty of crisp, fresh veggies :D

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  6. Loving the Ah Hoi Sin, the Prawn Star and the Sebastian...must order them all in one sitting...hehe =)

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    1. Ulric: hope u get a chance sometime to try all three of them! Maybe can stop by and tar pau the sandwiches back to the office =)

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    2. Haha...I m able to sample them onsite since it's within walking distance from my office =)

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    3. Ulric: wah, good, good. for me, it's driving distance :D

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    4. Btw how's d pricing like?...hehe =)

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    5. Ulric: oops, can't recall, but definitely no complaints. Should be mostly under rm20, maybe

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  7. Oh... I love sandwiches. If only there more places such as this around Klang Valley. I'm getting really bored of Subway. Urghh...

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    1. Chong: yeah, the closest sandwich place near home for me is Subway too, at Endah parade shopping mall, heh :D

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  8. The names are so cute! Hmm, I want to try that Ah Hoi Sin, roast duck in sandwich, interesting.

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    1. CK: ya, the name "prawn star" makes me smile :D I love duck, so any sandwich with duck would make me happy =)

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  9. Once in awhile, its nice to opt for sandwiches. Moreover this place has so many choices of sandwiches!

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    1. Melissa: yeah, sandwiches as an alternative to burgers, heheh :D

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  10. Roast duck sandwich sounds and looks great !

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    1. I think will try it next week when I start lecturing again, just 10 minutes walk from UOB !

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    2. Wong: hope u enjoy it! yeah, the duck one is good for a meaty lunch :D

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  11. I'm glad to see roast duck getting into the realm of sandwiches :D

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    1. KY: don't duck the duck! it's might be fowl, but it's not foul :D

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  12. Hi Sean, went there just now but the staff said they didn't serve duck sandwich...and the prawn star is not available today. Is it the right place I went? The paper and toast behind Hotel Istana?

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    1. Hong Sheng: yep, that's the right one. strange, i wonder if they've recently changed their sandwich menu. sorry to hear about that...

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  13. I like it when people take sandwiches seriously - Smoking Sally would have my order. Are they open at the weekend?

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: yeah, sandwiches are serious business, they deserve serious treatment. the smoking sally recipe is really nice, not our average smoked salmon sandwich. they're open weekends, 10am-4pm =)

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