Eggs Benedict at Smoke House Deli
A quintessential American dish — one that’s rather hard to beat. Soft and velvety muffins topped with perfectly poached eggs, smoked salmon and a hollandaise sauce. What more do you need?
Aam Admi Eggs at Monkey Bar
Taking the quirkiness level up a notch, Monkey Bar presents the Aam Admi Eggs. Only, it’s not very Aam. Eggs, tossed with chillies, tomatoes and onion seed chutney, are loaded into crunchy balls full of relish. A divine hot and sour combo – one that leaves you wanting for more.
Egg Yolk Ravioli at Alto Vino, Marriott Hotel
The pasta, made with spinach, takes on a lovely green hue – giving the dish a slightly more contemporary look. Stuffed with ricotta, each ravioli encloses an egg yolk and it is then served with a drizzle of truffle butter sauce. You can only watch spellbound as the gooey, runny egg mesmerizingly spills out from the cut ravioli. A masterclass indeed.
Salchipapas at Social
The very epitome of soul food. Succulent honey mustard chicken sausages topping crispy French fries drenched in Thousand Island dressing. Oh, and not to forget the absolutely flawless fried egg on top – the real hero of the dish. This is no dainty dish, but it is comfort food at its greatest.
Spicy Noodle Egg Pocket at Egg
If you are an egg lover, then this is the place to be. Although its eggstremely tough to choose from the plethora of options here, the spicy noodle egg pocket tops our list for its sheer genius. Egg noodles wrapped in egg crepes, this innovative dish sets our tongues on fire. The ultimate fusion of French and Chinese cuisine.
Quiche Lorraine at Café Noir, UB City The classic taste of eggs, cooked bacon, ham, cheese, onions and cream in puff pastry crust. Need we say more?
Chasu Ramen at The Fatty Bao
A big bowl filled with braised pork belly, bacon, bean sprouts, marinated soft boiled eggs, scallions and pork stock- Simple and rustic. All the flavours blend seamlessly together to create a brilliant symphony. Taste, redefined.
Classic Chicken and Egg Club Sandwich at Pinxx, Royal Orchid Hotel
Three tier toasted sandwich with tomatoes, lettuce, bacon, cheese, chicken, mayonnaise and fried egg. The egg really shines in this dish — with a bold, gooey flavour, it ties the whole sandwich together. A tried and tested fan favourite across the globe.
Mexican Omelette at Crème and Crust
An infinitely spicier version of the traditional omelette. Filled with flavour, this dish is a treat to our taste buds. A tantalizing way to start the day.
Akuri at Red Fork
An Indian twist to a Western staple. If you want a stellar akuri, this Parsi hotspot is the place to be. Getting it spot on over and over again, you can count on the eggs being just done and never overcooked, with perfect and decidedly Indian flavours of ginger, masala and pepper. Let’s just say they get it egg-xactly right all the time.
The Golden Frittata Mix at Hole in the Wall Café
Why settle for one egg when you can have four? An Italian 4 egg omelette with a mix of onions, mushrooms, jalapenos, spinach and capsicum topped with melted cheese and basil. This is served with brown bread and butter which provide a nice crunchy contrast.
Spagalette at Truffles
What happens when you combine two timeless paradigms of comfort food? You get a spagalette of course! A fusion of spaghetti and eggs, this dish just knocks it out of the park. Surprisingly having some finesse to it, this is innovativeness at its finest.
When it comes to eggs, we all have our preferences. Whether you like it sunny side up, classic poached or scrambled with chili, is totally up to you. But no matter what, there is always scope to eggsperiment!