Twenty Loaf Toasties: New takeaway sando store with bak kwa and pork floss sandos

By Phyllis Leong January 15, 2024
Twenty Loaf Toasties: New takeaway sando store with bak kwa and pork floss sandos
Twenty Loaf Toasties is a new sando store in Northpoint City. Photo: Phyllis Leong/HungryGoWhere

Introducing the latest sando shop to hit our shores: Twenty Loaf Toasties Northpoint. Opened by the folks at Bee Cheng Hiang, it’s a new brand specialising in bite-sized grilled toasts with local flavours. 

We admit: Toasties have been around for some time now, but the highlight here at Twenty Loaf is its unique combination of yummy ingredients slathered between each toastie. Take Bee Cheng Hiang’s signature bak kwa and pork floss, for example. 

Whether you’re a student grabbing a quick breakfast before school, or a working professional braving the lunch crowd, Twenty Loaf’s sandwiches make for the perfect snacks to munch on the go. 

The toasties come in adorable petite squares and while easily palatable, they’re hearty and delicious.

Open-concept kitchen

Twenty Loaf Toasties
Peek into its open-concept kitchen to catch a glimpse of the action. Photo: Phyllis Leong/HungryGoWhere

Spot the store from afar by its bright yellow signage or simply follow the fragrant aroma of grilled toasts in the air.

The takeaway kiosk’s open-concept kitchen also allows you to catch its staff swiftly assembling the toasties, stuffing a plethora of fillings between each sando before popping them into a sandwich press. 

A flip, turn and a couple of minutes later, the sandwich is finally done. The result: A crispy, perfectly charred piece of toast chock-full of toppings.

Four toastie flavours on the menu

Twenty Loaf Toasties
There are four different flavours to choose from. Photo: Phyllis Leong/HungryGoWhere

The menu is simple, with only four toasties up for grabs: Cheesy bak kwa, avocado, truffle mushroom and rendang chicken — innovative takes on crowd-favourite local flavours that pay tribute to Singapore’s culinary heritage. 

You can enjoy the toasties in a half (two pieces) or full (four pieces) set, though we’d suggest the latter for a more filling meal. Prices start from S$4.50 onwards. 

Our pick is the cheesy bak kwa toastie (S$7 for a half set, S$12 for a full set), which is the brand’s signature flavour. It sees thicc slices of smoky bak kwa, fluffy pork floss and a house-made mayonnaise with mozzarella cheese sandwiched between two buttered toasts

Each bite is an explosion of sweet and savoury flavours with an oozy, gooey cheese pull to boot! 

For something a lil’ more familiar, perhaps the rendang chicken (S$4.50 for a half set, S$8 for a full set) will please. It comprises tender chunks of chicken thigh, as well as a blend of spices and a spicy house-made sambal.

Opening deals

Twenty Loaf Toasties
Photo: Phyllis Leong/HungryGoWhere

As part of its grand opening, the brand has also rolled out several enticing promotions. 

With a minimum spend of S$20, customers can receive a whimsical limited-edition Twenty Loaf Toasties keychain!

For a limited time only, every S$12 spent at the store also entitles you to one stamp. You can redeem a free half-set cheesy bak kwa toastie after your fifth stamp and a full set after your 11th stamp. 

The promotion is while stocks last only, so head down to the outlet stat to enjoy the deals!

This was a hosted tasting.

For the latest eats, check out KEK Seafood’s upcoming outlet at Safra Punggol and viral-worthy Korean restaurant Sotpot. Alternatively, catch up on the newest openings in town

Book a ride to Yishun to try the new local sandos at Twenty Loaf Toasties Northpoint

Do explore the new GrabFood Dine-in service for awesome deals.

Twenty Loaf Toasties

Northpoint City North Wing, B1-15, 930 Yishun Avenue 2
Nearest MRT station: Yishun
Open: Monday to Sunday (10am to 10pm)

Northpoint City North Wing, B1-15, 930 Yishun Avenue 2
Nearest MRT station: Yishun
Open: Monday to Sunday (10am to 10pm)

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Phyllis Leong


The resident sweet tooth with a severe addiction to desserts.

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