On the heels of Seoul in a Sandwich and Isaac Toast comes another Korean-style sammie spot: Egg Stop. Set up by the team behind Le Castella, its first takeaway kiosk at Paya Lebar Square cranks out the carb-filled breakfast item six ways, sandwiched between slices of thick, buttery bread that is — as the proprietors claim — baked fresh each day.
If you’re a frequent flyer to Seoul, this place may bring back memories with its uncanny resemblance to South Korean chain Egg Drop.
Prices are kept affordable on the menu, starting with options such as chicken ham and cheese ($4.90) and the signature blend of caramelized onions, scrambled eggs, and mayo ($4.90), before moving on to slightly more expensive sandwiches like avocado and egg ($7.90) and teriyaki beef topped with a glistening egg yolk ($7.40). For an additional $2, you can get drinks like coffee or fruit punch to go with your food.
The black-and-white stall isn’t much to look at, but it’ll do the trick when you’re looking for a quick grab-and-go breakfast. Plus, the brand has plans to open up shop at Clementi in September and Jurong Point in November.
Egg Stop is at #01-62 Paya Lebar Square, 60 Paya Lebar Rd.
MRT: Paya Lebar