My favorite McGriddles sausage with egg.. With hashbrown and ice milo..
From bottom to top: Sirloin Steak, Chicken Breast, Smoked Beef, Tuna & Cheese, Scrambled Egg, Cheese & Sunny Side Egg. Omo~ They have this challenge, if you can finish the sandwich in 5 minutes then you’ll get it for free!
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Matsuzaka Mini Don
Matsuzaka Beef is by far the most tender beef I have ever eaten. Super delicious. The don is topped with soft boiled egg and shiokonbu (dried sea weed) and drizzled with truffle oil too. Amazing! Party in my mouth!! XD
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Mpek-mpek kapal selem and lenjer. Fish cake originally from Palembang, Sumatra Island, Indonesia. The name Kapal Selem literally means submarine, either it shaped like a submarine (and how it floats on the oil when it was fried) or because of the egg submerged into the fish cake.. :D Not the best i ever had but i do love mpek-mpek.. It was served with vinegar sauce (usually spicy) and cucumber (to reduce the spiciness of the sauce).
Goya Chanpuru from Teppanyaki Niroku. Stir fried bitter gourd with tofu (super duper smooth tofu), chicken, and egg..
Horenzo with egg from Teppanyaki Niroku. The horenzo was so tasty (a lil bit to salty for my brother taste but i liked it) and yes you pop the egg and eat it with the veggie :p delicious..
Caesar Salad with Chicken and Egg from Marche. So fresh and tasty :) I love to eat at Marche on weekday when there’s not many people.. Aha..
Chicken Katsu Don from Komachi. Nyummm..
Burly Benedict from Hatched, Singapore.
Like the best egg benedict I have eaten so far. English Muffin topped with Wagyu Corned Beef and the oh-so-goddam-good poached egg.
Tong Heng Confectionery at South Bridge Road, Singapore.
Said that it’s been there for more than 100 years and have the best egg tart in Singapore. And since I stayed near the place on this trip, might as well gave it a taste. It was good! And they also have this Crispy BBQ Pork Pastry. Nyum..
Roman Breakfast from Wild Honey, Singapore. Egg, potato, cream cheese, and caviar…
Tobiko Dashimaki Tamago. Japanese Omelet with Flying Fish Roe. The word “Dashi” here means broth or stock.. You can feel the juice burst out when you bite the omelet. One of the favorite dish here in En Dining. :D
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I like the mix of fried things with soup or lots of sauce. Start from Bakso Malang to Singaporean’s Yong Tau Fu to Fujian Fried Rice… :9 and this is one awesome Katsuni, stewed fried chicken or pork cutlet with egg…