313 Orchard Road
#B3-25 [email protected]
Singapore 238895

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Skipping right to the dessert, I was pleasantly surprised by Tamago-EN’s Berry Soufflé Pancake ($11.80). Delivering warm and fluffy goodness, the soft stack from the egg-focused casual restaurant was thankfully not too eggy. Served with airy whipped cream, powdered sugar, fresh strawberries, berry sauce, maple syrup, and pistachio; the pillowy cakes on their own were not too sweet either - superbly light and easy on the palate. Indeed more of a soufflé than a pancake, the cloud-like texture of the pancake is something I really enjoyed.

Inspired by Kansai street food, the Hashimaki with Cheese & Mentaiko (S$4.80) was like a savoury pancake with fillings and blanketed by a sunny side-up on top. When eaten correctly, the runny egg yolk would break and coat the remaining part of the snack. And even the menu wrote that this was Instagrammable (i.e. not exactly worth re-ordering after the first try?).

The Japanese had always enjoyed their own local produce, and it was no surprise that a simple bowl of Japanese rice, an egg and some soy sauce would make a decent meal too.

Bringing this concept to Singapore, the Ultimate Egg Rice used imported eggs (with that distinctive orange yolk) to create this Ultimate Egg Rice. I liked to mix in the minced raw tuna (Negitoro) just for that extra nutrition, and some marinated salmon just for the chunky fish texture.

However, if S$11.80 was too pricey for this meal, then I would suggest to save the S$3.00 by not getting the salmon, since it did not exactly give me the satisfaction with those countable cubes of meat.

Managed to try for Matcha Azuki Souffle Pancake ($12.80) at [email protected] on last sunday as previously I didn't get it on Nex and it is not inside the menu. :/ it was quite affordable pricing for 2 pieces of pancake compared to japan store pancake. it was quite wobble and jiggly pancake :D so it was soft feeling for the pancake batter. but the matcha powder sprinkle on the top of the cake and azuki (red bean) was topping size was too little 😬.

Ultimate Egg Rice ($5.80)

I ordered add on with teriyaki chicken ($2.50) but I felt that their topping size was too little 😬. I didn’t like egg white to be creamy, foamy and waterish. I literally mixed evenly with toppings and rice and quite creamy for me. For me, I felt bloated due to foam egg white. 🥴

My friend ordered add on with marinated salmon ($3.00) same thoughts as me for topping size and managed to pick out foam egg white from the bowl. They felt personally that it was not full for them.

Paid $15.90++ for this. The cream sauce is okay but do not think it is worth the price. The salmon is overcooked too. My friend tried the seafood tomato cream rice. The sauce was slightly acidic and the seafood was overcooked

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