Love eggs? Los Angeles sandwich brand Eggslut is coming to Singapore in early 2021
The new eatery is being brought in by the same folks who gave us Shake Shack and Paris Baguette.
There’s still some good news to be had amid closures of F&B businesses affected by the pandemic. Especially if you’re a fan of eggs.
Los Angeles sandwich brand Eggslut is coming to Singapore early next year, although the outlet location has not yet been decided.
As reported by The Straits Times, the chain will be brought here by the same folks who operate Shake Shack and Paris Baguette in Singapore – South Korean F&B company, SPC Group.
Eggslut, founded in 2011 as a food truck by Filipino-American chef Alvin Cailan and his cousin Jeff Vales, currently has 10 branches in the US, UK, South Korea and Japan.
The duo opened the first branch at the Los Angeles Grand Central Market in 2013, with long, snaking queues.
Get egg-cited because Eggslut is known for its numerous egg sandwiches. Especially popular is the Fairfax – soft scrambled cage-free eggs with chives, melted cheddar, caramelised onions and sriracha mayo in a fluffy brioche bun.
Don’t feel like a sandwich? There’s also the Slut, which is coddled eggs and tomato puree served in a glass jar, and comes with baguette slices.
And for that something extra, you can add a side order of buttermilk biscuits served with honey butter.