Review: Eggslut Singapore Celebrates Its First Anniversary

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Eggslut is celebrating their first-year anniversary here in Singapore! Coming up with their limited menu offering – Avocado & Prawn Sandwich and Panna Cotta Slut which will only be available for a limited time.

We were lucky enough to get the first bite and here’s our review, with lots of egg puns (we couldn’t help it). Do bear with us! 😉

Photo: Melissa Fann

The limited menu

Starting off with their limited menu – Avocado & Prawn Sandwich (S$16). This sandwich consists of generous amount of avocado slices, cheddar, sweet chilli mayo, and a garlic chilli lime glaze, topped with a few pieces of juicy thick tiger prawns and runny egg.

Photo: Tham Yu Xuan

The combination of these ingredients made the sandwich irresistible as they were smothered with buttery fragrance. This sandwich definitely meets our eggs-pectation!

Photo: Eggslut Singapore

The Panna Cotta Slut (S$6) is the first dessert on the menu and if you have a sweet tooth, you definitely have to give this a try. This dessert resembles their savoury slut with a coddled ‘egg’ on top but it actually is an amazing combination of vanilla and hazelnut panna cotta, topped with mango passionfruit purée that was shaped like an egg yolk.

The texture was also soft, smooth and creamy which makes the overall dessert rich and luscious while still very light thanks to the tartness of the purée – a very egg-cellent dessert overall!

The staple menu

Photo: Tham Yu Xuan

One of their signatures and best seller is the Fairfax Sandwich (S$12) which has soft scrambled cage-free eggs, topped with chives, caramelised onions, cheddar cheese, sriracha mayo in between a warm brioche bun. The scrambled eggs were cooked to perfection and had a soft and fluffy texture. The sweetness from the caramelised onions enhanced the flavour of the sandwich and was overall quite eggs-quisite!

If you are looking for something meaty, you certainly have to try this Gaucho Sandwich (S$27). Thick slices of seared wagyu tri-tip steak, cage-free over medium egg, chimichurri sauce, red onions and dressed arugula in a warm brioche bun.

The meat was seared perfectly and was rather tender and juicy. The egg was cooked impressively where you could see the oozing of it when it broke. Albeit a little on the pricey side, the flavour of this sandwich was eggs-traordinary!

Looking for something light and easy to eat? Eggslut’s Specialty – Slut (S$11) is the one for you. Cage-free coddled egg on top of house-made potato purée, cooked in a petite glass jar topped with grey salt and chives, served with slices of toasted baguette. Dig in with freshly toasted baguette, this is an ultimate combo where you can taste the richness of the egg, together with the baguette. Eggs-tremely satisfying!

If the sandwiches are not enough, you can top it up with their Truffle Hashbrowns (S$5.50) that are infused with duck fat, truffle and rosemary salt. The savoury golden hashbrowns were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Although they were slightly salty, but overall, it was still a great choice.

Photo: Melissa Fann

Well, to wash down your sandwiches, we do recommend getting the Fresh Orange Juice (S$5.50) as the tanginess of the juice will wash away any oiliness from the sandwiches.

If you’re looking for something fizzy, then you may want to try out the Craft Sodas (S$5 each) which have been exclusively created together with local brewery Brewlander. The non-alcoholic sodas come in two flavours: Elderflower & Lemon, and Grapefruit & Ginger. If you like something refreshing with a floral tone, then the Elderflower & Lemon soda would be a good choice. If you like ginger beer, then you might want to try their Grapefruit & Ginger!

After thoughts

Pricewise, the food is reasonable for the quality. The food was absolutely astonishing, everything we tasted melted in our mouths. But be prepared to have a messy meal as they are not stingy with the fillings. Overall, eggslut is perfect for those who are looking to have brunch or all-day breakfast type of meals. We suggest going on a weekday so that it is not as crowded as it is on the weekends. If you live relatively nearby, eggslut is also available on GrabFood.

Overall, a very good experience with a pleasant ambience and is conveniently located in the district of Orchard.

6 Scotts Road
#01-02 Scotts Square
Singapore 228209

Opening hours: 8am to 9pm, daily


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