In line for a last bite of Splash n Decker at NP

The Splash n Decker outlet (far left) in Ngee Ann Polytechnic was bustling with customers yesterday. Among those who bought sandwiches were students Jarrell Chua (left, with spectacles) and Justin Khoo. Today is the 25-year-old campus eatery's last d
The Splash n Decker outlet in Ngee Ann Polytechnic was bustling with customers yesterday. Among those who bought sandwiches were students Jarrell Chua (left, with spectacles) and Justin Khoo. Today is the 25-year-old campus eatery's last day of operations.PHOTOS: DIOS VINCOY JR FOR THE STRAITS TIMES
The Splash n Decker outlet (far left) in Ngee Ann Polytechnic was bustling with customers yesterday. Among those who bought sandwiches were students Jarrell Chua (left, with spectacles) and Justin Khoo. Today is the 25-year-old campus eatery's last d
The Splash n Decker outlet (above) in Ngee Ann Polytechnic was bustling with customers yesterday. Among those who bought sandwiches were students Jarrell Chua (with spectacles) and Justin Khoo. Today is the 25-year-old campus eatery's last day of operations.PHOTOS: DIOS VINCOY JR FOR THE STRAITS TIMES

Dozens queue for familiar favourites before sandwich shop closes for good

On hearing that today is the last day of operations of the 25-year-old Splash n Decker outlet in Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP), alumnus Praveen Kumar Daniel, 27, took one last trip to the eatery he frequented as a student.

"I still remember the taste of the tuna melt sandwich from six years ago," he recalled with nostalgia. "It hasn't changed even a little. Even the price has remained pretty much the same."

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 01, 2018, with the headline 'In line for a last bite of Splash n Decker at NP'. Print Edition | Subscribe