Eggslut is opening its first outlet in Singapore next week on 9th Sep 2021 at Scotts Square!

The popular Los Angeles’ fast-food chain has eggs everywhere on its menu. So ready for you to give them a try!


Eggslut is opening its first outlet in Singapore next week on 9th Sep 2021 at Scotts Square!

Photo Courtesy of @eggslut

 

Let’s welcome “Eggslut”, a chef adding an egg to everything! Are you egg-cited?


The famous Los Angeles egg sandwich chain, Eggslut first began as a food truck on the streets of Los Angeles before making its debut as a permanent fast food stall! Founded by Alvin Cailan and Jeff Vales, Eggslut currently has overseas chains in London, Tokyo and South Korea.


And finally, Singapore has Eggslut too! Opening its door at 11.00 AM on 9th Sep (Thursday) at Scotts Square!

Singapore has Eggslut too! Opening its door at 11.00 AM on 9th Sep (Thursday) at Scotts Square!

Photo Courtesy of @eggslutsg


The brand is brought into Singapore by SPC Group (A South Korea-based F&B company that also operates the Shake Shack and Paris Baguette chains here).


As the name suggests, Eggslut is offensively bombarded with eggs everywhere on its menu! Egg lovers obviously could not wait a single minute of their lives for its opening! But, at last, the wait is almost over!


Having the same menu as the one in the United States, with a mix of imported and locally sourced ingredients!

Singapore has Eggslut too! Opening its door at 11.00 AM on 9th Sep (Thursday) at Scotts Square!

Photo Courtesy of @eggslut


Look at the mouth-watering, fluffy, and soft buns!


Eggslut is using brioche buns flown in from South Korea for its sandwiches. Eggslut also collaborates with local brands such as Brewlander for its craft sodas and Common Man Coffee Roasters for its coffee beverages.


Some of its highlights would be the signature Fairfax Sandwich ($12), Slut ($11) and Gaucho Sandwich ($23)!


Singapore has Eggslut too! Opening its door at 11.00 AM on 9th Sep (Thursday) at Scotts Square!

Photo Courtesy of @eggslut


Wait till 9th Sep and you will be able to casually say, “Can I have one Slut, please?!”


Slut ($11), a coddled egg on house-made potato puree in a glass jar topped with grey salt and chives, served with a sliced baguette. Add $3 for bacon.



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References: The Straits Times (website) TODAY (website)