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Gashouse Egg with Bacon Jam

$10.00 · 89 Reviews

Today’s lunch situation with One Man Coffee’s signature baked eggs cocotte ($12) and gashouse eggs with bacon jam ($13). The place was packed and we were lucky to get seats indoors away from the sweltering afternoon sun.

Gashouse eggs is a must order!

Gashouse Eggs, Baked Eggs Cocotte, Avocado Sourdough // One Man Coffee never fails to disappoint. Despite the small space at an ulu location, the crowd’s always there and it’s testament to the delicious food & excellent service here. I’ve been here a few times & I’ll always find my way back when I’m in need of my comfort food.

Our absolute favorite dish here is the gashouse eggs, but we really enjoyed this dish - it was extremely flavourful and the sourdough was good and fresh as well! The shakshouka was perfectly done and rich in flavour. We got this on burpple beyond’s 1 for 1 - exceedingly value for money.

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Do not be fooled by it's unassuming appearance, this dish is definitely something worth trying for brunch apart from the typical English breakfast. The eggs in the bread were runny, and the soft bread was enveloped with cheese melted and slightly browned. The star of the dish was definitely the bacon jam which is something you didn't know you needed in your life till you've tried it. The sweetness of the jam complemented the savoury toast and it was served on a scallop shaped crisp bread crust. An amazing breakfast/ brunch/ lunch for $13!

and we took a trip all the way out to marymount just for this! (Because my burpplebeyond membership is expiring in 6 days 😂) read the reviews and everyone was raving about this gashouse eggs ($13 nett), so we had to try it! What is interesting to me is the bacon jam! Bacon bits in a savoury jam, have never tried such anywhere else before! The bacon jam went well with the cheese coated soft bread (there is an ozzing egg yolk in the middle of the bread!) We had the bacon Carbonara ($15 nett) to go along as well and I liked that it was not the super cheesy kind. Prices here are all nett (surprisingly!) 😃 Use my code: SPOO360 for burpplebeyond 1 for 1 20% discount! #burpple #burpplebeyond #onemancoffee #food #foodiesg #sgfoodie #whati8today #8dayseat #vscofoodie #iweeklyfood #foodporn #foodstagram #vscofood #foodphotography #sgmakan #sgmakandiary #sgfoodstagram #singaporeeats #exploresingaporeeats #exploresg #whatsgoodhere #foodtrails #sgfoodies #sgeats

Loved the Gashouse eggs ($13) and Brioche french toast ($15).

The french toast was pillowy soft and not overly sweet as you can sauce was not exactly drizzled over the bread but at the bottom (you can control how much you want to dip the bread into).

The star of the Gashouse eggs dish was clearly (at least for me) the bacon jam. The jam elevates the dish by introducing some sweet into the otherwise savory pillowy soft bread topped with cheese and an egg in the middle. A must-order for everyone visiting the cafe.

Extremely worth it with or without burpple beyond :)

Second time having the gashouse eggs and somehow I was more impressed this time (I tried it once last year and it was slightly dry). The cheese was so chewy and thick atop the moist brioche and the runny egg was done to perfection within. The bacon jam was such a unique touch too. Really enjoyed this unique brunch offering, will definitely recommend!

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First time trying this brunch dish as I usually get the gashouse eggs or French toast and it was pretty decent! The smashed avo tasted really fresh with a light citrus flavour, and it went really well with the feta cheese. My biggest gripe would be that the layer of smashed avocado on the toast was really thin - really wish one man could be slightly more generous with the avo serving.


The most raved about dish at OMC - Gashouse Eggs with Bacon Jam ($13). I regret to inform you that the hype about this dish is REAL. It’s really that good.

Hidden in the pillowy soft cheese toast is a runny egg which spills its golden contents when sliced into. Apart from being a treat for the eyes, it tastes as good as it looks. Use the white bread coated in melted cheese to soak up the yolk, take a pinch of bacon jam, and you’ve got a party in your mouth. Trust me when a little goes a long way with the bacon jam. Whoever came up with dish is pure genius. I would make a return trip to OMC just for this dish. Also, since they’re on Burpple Beyond, we got this as our free dish! So affordable and so worth it!