Knead To Eat

Knead To Eat
6 Changi Business Park Avenue 1
#01-30 UE BizHub East North Tower

Artisanal Sandwiches And Coffee

(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 9
Ambience & Setting: 8
Food & Beverage: 9
Service: 9
Value for Money: 9
Spent about SGD $10 per person.


Tucked away in the quiet Changi Business Park area, Knead To Eat isn't a place you'll stumble upon, unless you work in the nearby area. Founded by owner Mumtaz, Knead To Eat is an artisinal sandwich and coffee joint, offering hot and fresh food that can easily be eaten on the go.

Ambience at Knead To Eat is simple and muted, with colours of wood and black dominating the small floor space. There is sufficient seating, though slightly cramped, and tables are lit by low hanging spotlights. However, most customers of Knead To Eat normally order takeaway, and thus, Knead To Eat also has a very popular catering option as well.

Service at Knead To Eat is excellent. Staff are friendly and efficient, taking and fulfilling orders quickly, with a smile. If your order takes slightly longer, they normally ask you to have a seat first. Even payment, which is supposed to be self-service at the counter, sometimes results in staff helping you make payment tableside.

Knead To Eat has easily, some of the best sandwiches I've had in Singapore, and is worth a visit on this alone. Choose from 6 different types of bread, 7 types of fillings for breakfast, and 9 types of fillings for lunch or dinner. Premium quality ingredients are used, and food is fresh and hearty. Portions are nicely sized for the price. Don't miss their excellent coffee as well!


The floor space is small and cramped, but rather cozy, with headphones and magazines available. It's quite engaging to watch staff prepare your sandwich.

Knead To Eat Prep Station

Knead To Eat Seating And Lights

I find the Latte and Mocha here to be very good, full bodied and strongly fragrant. The Hot Chocolate is very good as well, deep and rich with a medium thickness. However, they don't always do art, except during non-peak periods. The foam on the Cappuccino isn't too thick or thin, just the right density, although I'm slightly disappointed they didn't do any art for this.

Latte 01

Latte 02


Hot Chocolate


Sandwiches are served in parchment paper, and the various types of fillings cover international tastes. 6 different types of bread are available, but the most value for money is the Ciabatta loaf bread.

Sandwich Wrapped And Magazine

Sandwich Brutus' Roast Beef (SGD $10.90) features tender, juicy beef that was cooked in a water bath, then lightly seared to perfection. Topped with nicely sauteed mushrooms and caramelised onions with stringy cheese, this is extremely satisfying. I had mine on Dark Rye bread.

Sandwich Brutus' Roast Beef 01

Sandwich Brutus' Roast Beef 02

Sandwich Ham And Egg (SGD $4.90) is only available for breakfast till 10.30am, and features a nicely baked egg and 2 slices of water bath cooked pork ham. I love the nice sear on the meat, and the egg had the right doneness. I had mine on White bread.

Sandwich Ham And Egg 01

Sandwich Ham And Egg 02

Sandwich Tuna Meltdown (SGD $9.90) features large amounts of flaked tuna fish with fresh tomatoes. A melty duo of cheese is used, namely cheddar and mozzarella. I loved the sharpness and tangyness of this sandwich. I had mine on Ciabatta loaf bread.

Sandwich Tuna Meltdown 01

Sandwich Tuna Meltdown 02

Sandwich Cinnamon Sugar Toast (SGD $2.90) features a nice even layer of cinnamon sugar, spread across the width of the sandwich. I love that they toasted it, which made the cinnamon sugar melt just slightly into a caramelised paste. Sticky, hot, sweet, but slightly dry, this makes for a great dessert, more so than a breakfast item. I had mine on Multigrain bread. A collision of healthy and unhealthy!

Sandwich Cinnamon Sugar Toast 01

Sandwich Cinnamon Sugar Toast 02