A provocatively named Los Angeles egg stop is cracking into the Singapore market.
Eggslut today teased the front of its first restaurant in Southeast Asia at Scotts Square, which is scheduled to open by year’s end.
There, lovers of yolk will find eggy goodness in buns and an education that eggs are not just known as a breakfast staple but can be appetizing anytime of the day.
The famed restaurant chain is known for sandwiches bursting with bright yellow omelets on a compact menu of signatures like the Fairfax, which is made with scrambled eggs, chives, cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and sriracha mayo in a brioche bun, or its classic cheeseburger that comes with ground angus beef, over medium eggs, caramelized onions, butter pickles, cheddar cheese, and dijonnaise in a brioche bun.
Eggslut, which has 15 restaurants worldwide, started in 2011 inside a food truck in Los Angeles before laying into a stall at the city’s revitalized Grand Central Market. It has five outlets between South Korea and Tokyo.
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Scotts Square, 6 Scotts Road, #01-12
Opening hours: TBA
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