Media Tasting at Eggs ’n Things
Calling out to all brunch lovers out there, the popular breakfast chain — Eggs ’n Things, has landed in the shores of sunny Singapore after Hawaii and Japan. More than 40 years into the business, they still hold on to their tradition of serving quality food. Focused on delivering only the best to customers, the new outlet in Plaza Singapura sources organic and fresh ingredients. Additionally, all sauces are homemade and are free from colouring, flavouring and preservatives.
Our jaws dropped when the staff brought out their signature Pancakes topped with fresh strawberries, iconic tall whipped cream, and macadamia nuts. My mind screamed, “No” at that monstrous pile of whipped cream, but my mouth thinks otherwise. Light and fluffy, their pancakes are scented with a classic buttery flavour.
Pancakes with Fresh Strawberry, Whipped Cream and Macadamia Nuts at S$19.90.
From Left to Right: Mango Syrup, Coconut Sauce, Maple Syrup
What is interesting is that they provide three different sauces to go with the pancakes. In addition to the usual maple syrup, their mango syrup and coconut sauce added an exotic touch to the pancakes. Nonetheless, we still prefer the good old classic maple syrup.
Moving on to the other breakfast dishes, we love the simplicity of the omelet with spinach, bacon and cheese. For selected omelette dishes, there is a choice of Cheddar, Mozzarella or Pepper Jack cheese. Feeling a little less adventurous that night, we went for the safer Mozzarella cheese. Packed with a salty tang from the bacon and cheese, the omelet represents simple comfort food. Additionally, carbs-lovers will be delighted to know that they can choose one side from toast, rice or potatoes.
Spinach, Bacon and Cheese Omelet at S$20.90.
If you can’t decide between sizzling flame-grilled prawns or a juicy seasoned steak, go for their Surf & Turf, & Eggs which marries both perfectly. Accompanied by your choice of eggs (6 options to choose from) and one side, this hefty plate of goodness will satisfy any voracious appetite.
Surf & Turf, & Eggs at S$25.90
Apart from breakfast favourites, they also serve Hawaiian signatures such as Loco Moco, Acai Bowl and Ahi Poke Bowl.
Ahi Poke Bowl at S$16.90.
With a wide selection of options, this is a great brunch place for friends with different food preferences to hang out. One thing to note, the waiting time is slightly longer. Since they are new, they probably need some time to adjust to operate efficiently. Though prices are on the high side, their friendly service and huge portions make a great experience.
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This article is written by Yi Xuan.