New in town: The Stack — Muslim-owned sandwich cafe has loaded sandos, waffles and kaya soft serve

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A new Muslim-owned cafe, The Stack, has opened on 22 July 2022, specialising in selling thick stacked sandwiches.

Located within Stamford Arts Centre along Waterloo Street, The Stack doesn’t just sell artisanal sandos, but also has waffles, soft serve and drinks.

the stack - sando

Enjoy a hearty meal with their assortment of Sandos, including Spam and Egg and Egg (S$12), consisting of cold egg salad, whole boiled runny egg and spam, Chicken of the Sea (S$11), which combines tuna chunks with raw tuna and apple, onion, kale and pineapple, Loaded Gun (S$13), consisting of beef salami, turkey ham, beef pastrami with provolone and pickles, and Pollo Avo Club (S$13), filled with smoked chicken and avocado with house made spicy aioli and sumac onions.

Their vegetarian K-Sando (S$10) uses Korean flavours, with ingredients like miso-glazed eggplant with kimchi, gochujang aioli and kale.

the stack - store

The Stack’s waffles, on the other hand, come in four variations. Yaks (S$12) is a buttermilk waffle topped with kaya soft serve, coffee cream cheese, shoyu caramel and coconut granola, Fluff Monster (S$13) consists of buttermilk waffles with caramelised bananas, chocolate hazelnut and torched marshmallow puff, and Berry Manilow (S$15) is made of liege waffles with mixed berry compote, pink cream and maple white chocolate sauce.

For a savoury waffle option, Morning Glory (S$16) is made with liege waffles, smoked salmon, an egg, avocado and sriracha aioli.

Finally, enjoy The Stack’s unique soft serve flavours, Honey Cereal Milk (S$6), made with vanilla cornflakes and honey, and Brown Butter Kaya (S$6), made with pandan French butter and palm sugar. Add on their Housemade Waffles for S$3 or a Charcoal Waffle Cone for S$2. Additional toppings include speculoos crumbs, granola, pistachio and dark chocolate sauce, for S$1 each.

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