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Gashouse Egg with Bacon Jam

$10.00 · 82 Reviews

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!

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.

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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!

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!

Heads up if you love croissants and pastries as OMC’s almond chocolate croissant can give Mother Dough’s a run for their money! OMC’s almond croissant is flat and dense. While not as fluffy or large as Mother Dough’s, it’s every bit as buttery rich, and pillowy soft on the inside. The aroma from the croissant is just heavenly, especially when it’s just fresh out from the oven. The interior is more cake-like than fibrous, but the texture is chewy and satisfying. In addition, there’s a dark chocolate-filled interior in this croissant plus chocolate chips on top. Almonds and chocolate are such a winning combination and this croissant is no exception. I’d gladly pay $5.50 for this croissant although it is slightly more expensive than Mother Dough’s.

Im surprised that hardly any reviews mention the baked goods at OMC, but these looked so good I had to try anyway (they look better on display - the staff suggested popping it in the oven as it was inedible without heating up although I was having it to go, and it got smooshed in the takeaway bag). While I agree that the brunch items like the Gashouse Eggs and French Toast are very good, consider giving the baked goods at OMC some love the next time you’re there!

We picked from their menu the Gashouse Eggs and Baked Egg Cocotte that were both satisfying to start a day with.
The former was a thick toast with melted cheese which cut open to an alluring runny egg. It was served with an awesome bacon jam that we couldn’t get enough of.
The Baked Egg Cocotte was the perfect alternative to our usual weekend soft-boiled egg with toast craving. Dip the sourdough into 2 plump eggs with chorizos, garbanzo beans and wasabi peas for a hearty treat.
Do indicate to the staff if you want stronger and they will suggest a “Magic” double-shot coffee with milk that’s not on their menu.
Another good reason why @onemancoffee is good for more than 1 is b’cos you can enjoy 1-for-1 for 2 on their mains with the @burpplebeyond app.

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My favourite part of having big breakfast is the variety - I enjoy munching on each ingredient and trying different pairings in each bite like eggs on toast, eggs with bacon and avocado etc... One Man Coffee certainly indulged in this pleasure of mine because each individual item was done so well and there were also generous portions of each (half an avacado, 3 pieces of bacon and one giant sausage?? HMU MAN)

Seating is limited though so be prepared to wait a little while. Will be back to try the much highly raved gashouse eggs! 😋

Planning your next brunch? Put this cosy joint in Upper Thomson on your list. Service is good, and the brunch plates are top-notch (even better with Burpple Beyond 1-for-1 deals!). Follow Burppler Ade Tan's lead and get the Gashouse Eggs ($13), a unique dish that sees runny eggs baked in a thick, cheesy brioche. For something more substantial, the Big Brekkie (from $12) featuring honey ham, hard boiled eggs and pork sausage is foolproof!
Photo by Burppler Ade Tan

Brekkie $19 and Gashouse Eggs $13.
U can choose what eggs to go for your brekkie (scrambled/onsen/fried eggs). Bacon was a little bit oily but it was still alright. Love the fact that the sourdough bread wasn't too much was the avocado was quite filling. Love the sausage as well!
For the gashouse eggs, when I cut open I got a surprise as the egg yolk ooze out! Very interesting combination. It was also paired with a small piece of crispy bread accompanied with bacon jam.

Would recommend all to try but note that the cafe seating area is quite limited! Best is there is 1 for 1 on Burpple beyond!

Love the cozy vibes of this cafe & their SCRAMBLED EGGGS 😍 their ham & cheese was great but I’m still all for their scrambled eggs! A tinge of regret of not getting their gashouse eggs though (I will be back soon!!)

Their mocha was alright! $6 for a cup (also the latte art was great just that had a sip before the pic)

All in all, super worth with Burpple & ever loving this place :) gashouse eggs I’ll be back!

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