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Hatched

Almost 2 years after Hatched @ Evans Lodge hatched, did I finally visit the place that I’ve heard so much about, from ardent brunch fans. Hatched serves all day brunch, and if you haven’t already got an inkling of their area of specialization, let me egg you on with a clue that might seem a little egg-stra: what do young animals hatch from? Yes, eggs! They serves eggs in many forms! Going through their extremely colouful and illustrated menu of egg dishes is no mean feat. One moment you could be attracted to a particular egg dish, the next moment, your eyes (or rather, your taste buds) could be drawn to another yummy sounding egg dish. Was really quite spoilt for choice, but I finally decided on the Le Rossini.

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Le Rossini
Enjoy the best of both worlds with classic scrambled eggs dressed in decadent foie gras, drizzled with truffle oil, atop Ciabatta bread, served with sauteed potatoes with caramelised onions

This was one of the most expensive dishes in the menu (no thanks to the foie gras and truffle oil), but I was curious to find out how truffle oil and eggs go together. In the end, I feel that truffle oil is a bit too strong for eggs, and texture wise, they don’t quite match too. But in all honesty, the eggs were good, and I enjoyed every morsel of the dish.

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Pancake Party
Thick fluffy pancakes served with butter, fresh cream and maple syrup and caramelised apples

Ter’s brother, E, ordered the Pancake Party, which wasn’t an egg dish, but still brunch fare nonetheless. Though Hatched is all about eggs, they paid their due diligence in making the other dishes up to standard too, so I was pleasantly surprised to know that the Pancake Party packed a punch (like some alliteration tongue twister). Nice!

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The Designer Egg White Omelette – Onions, Mushrooms and Ham

Leaving the best for the last, this was what Ter had. He always chooses egg whites over the normal eggs (read: health conscious), but knowing that egg whites do nothing but to make the entire dish look bland, we threw in the salt and pepper set in the background to spruce the plate up. Heh.

Hatched has limited number of seats, and it gets very crowded after 11 am on weekends, so do come early if you don’t want to wait. The restaurant is decorated with various egg-related paraphernalia, some of which are pretty cute. Lots of thought put into the decor.

Pop by Hatched, for an egg-citing brunch!

Hatched
26 Evans Road #01-06 Evans Lodge Singapore 259367
Opening Hours:
Tues – Thurs 8am – 10pm (Last Food Order: 9.30pm)
Fri – Sat 8am – 11pm (Last Food Order: 9.30pm)
Sun 8am – 10pm (Last Food Order: 9.30pm)
Tel: +65 6735 0012 / +65 6735 0013
Email: info@hatched.sg

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