Famed LA egg sandwich chain Eggslut has finally landed on our shores and is set to open on Sept 9, 2021, at Scotts Square. The quirky (or some say provocative) name of the restaurant, ‘eggslut’, is used to describe chefs who add an egg to every dish, and was inspired by the founders’ pure love for eggs. It originally started in the US in 2011 as a food truck helmed by Filipino-American chef Alvin Cailan and his cousin Jeff Vales, and has now expanded into 15 restaurants worldwide.
The Singapore outlet is brought in by Korean F&B company SPC Group, who are also the same folks behind Shake Shack and Paris Baguette. Located on the ground floor of Scotts Square, the airy space boasts full-height glass walls that allow you to people-watch while you dig into its sandwiches. Or you can watch the staff whip up your meal at the open counter and kitchen.
The Weekly got to try out its menu ahead of its opening, and here’s what we chowed down on.