Breakfast and eggs just got a whole lot saucier with Eggslut‘s arrival in town. The iconic LA loaded egg sandwich with the unapologetically saucy name has been making waves among foodies, and not just for its legendary scrambled eggs and oh-so-decadent menu.
Occupying the corner of Scotts Square in Orchard Road, Eggslut has been seeing snaking queues that form regularly around lunch and dinner. Guess it really is an all-day breakfast affair here! Luckily, the queue moves fairly quickly and you should be seated in its air-conditioned premises in no time.
The interior rocks a modern industrial vibe, and if you’re lucky enough, you could even score a counter seat where you can watch ’em sandwiches in the making!
Eggslut is, without a doubt, made for egg lovers. Use your time in the queue wisely to pick from six sandwiches on the menu.
The most popular is the iconic Fairfax Sandwich ($12), which features cage-free soft scrambled eggs, chives, caramelized onion, cheddar cheese, and sriracha mayo. Add bacon, beef, or avocado, or to carb-free and switch out the brioche buns for a salad! Eating it is like biting into an edible, savoury cloud. Be warned, though, the Fairfax is unapologetically messy, but you’ll likely be too happy slurping up every last drop of that greasy, decadent goodness.
The Guacho Sandwich ($23) is the priciest by far, but worth it if you’re in the mood to indulge. The seared wagyu tri-tip steak oozes with flavour, and it enhanced by the chimichurri sauce and red onions. Pro tip: swap out the over medium egg for scrambled eggs if you, like me, can’t decide between this and the Fairfax!
For sides, you can’t go wrong with the Truffle Hashbrowns ($4.50), which are fried to a crisp with duck fat and doused with truffle oil and rosemary salt that will ruin all diet plans. I love how crisp these golden babies stayed! These are certainly not your average hashbrowns.
Eggslut’s claim to fame may be its sandwiches, but it’s the Slut ($11) that steals the show. I honestly did not expect this dish to be so addictive, but I couldn’t stop at just one spoonful of the rich, coddled yolk and smooth, house-made potato purée! Combined with the crispy baguette drizzled with olive oil, this was truly heaven in a jar.
Does Eggslut live up to its name for decadent foods? Definitely. It’s been a while since we’ve come across an F&B concept with a solid theme around a single food theme, and it’d be exciting to try its lesser-known items next!
Address: Scotts Square 01-12, Singapore 228209
Nearest MRT: Orchard NS22
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm daily