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We've soared the whole sunny island to bring you this list of the 16 Best Salted Egg Yolk Dishes In Singapore, and where to find them.
Reasonably priced at $13.90, the thick french toast is soft and sweet, which compliments the saltiness of the yolk. The oozing yolk is something that never fails to disappoint – it is this liquified specialty that gets food ravers coming back for more. The toast is a relatively big portion which might be a little too sweet for some people so, sharing is encouraged!
Address: 71 Bras Basah Road #01-03 Singapore Art Museum Singapore 189555
Operating hours: 08:00am - 10:00pm daily
Bao makers is a concept store located in Jalan Besar and they serve buns inspired by local favourites and classics using fresh ingredients daily. Their menu items include coffee and cupcakes as well.
Their contribution to the salted egg hype? Salted Egg Shrimp Mantou. It sells for $5.80 and includes 4 shrimps that are stir-fried with salted egg sauce.
Address: 78 Horne Rd, Singapore 209078
Operating hours: Weekdays: 12:00pm - 10:00pm, Saturdays: 11am - 10pm, Sundays: 11am - 6pm
Carvers & Co are famously known for their roast meats that has seen gatherings of family and friends in their outlet at East Coast.
An eye-catching item on their menu would be their sweet potato chips that are served with a side sauce of salted egg mayonnaise. This crispy brown goodness also comes in a big portion which is good for when you're dining in big groups!
Address: 43 East Coast Road, Singapore 428764
Operating hours: Mondays - Saturdays: 10am - 5pm
Charlotte Grace Cake Shop is known for their beautifully customised and non-customised cakes and cupcakes. They also have a variety of macaron flavours which consists of flavours such as yuzu chocolate and their newest addition, salted egg!
Their salted egg macarons are completed with a design so adorable that it's capable of making you feel sorry for eating it! They sell for $2.20 each and 10 for $20. Other items on their menu include tarts and cookies.
Address: 27 Kampong Bahru Rd, Singapore 169351
Froth café is located in the heart of Bugis and has a modern chic interior that provides a great ambience. They serve western and asian favourites including fusion that aims to attract both locals and tourists.
Included in their fusion menu would be the Salted Egg Eggs Benedict. In this café, pork belly is served with two eggs Benedict but with the twist; salted egg yolk hollandaise.
Address: 200 Middle Rd, Singapore 188980
Operating hours: 11am - 10pm daily
House of Seafood is located at the far end of Punggol and serves Singaporean seafood favourites such as crabs and prawn rolls. Their Salted Egg Crab dish has been increasingly popular recently. The very freshly fried crab is served with salted egg sauce that is filled with the little crunchy bits of the yolk.
Address: 3 Punggol Point Road, The Punggol Settlement #01-01/02
Operating hours: 5pm – 11pm daily
East Bureau was created by the guys behind popular restaurants like Supply & Demand and Equilibrium. Unlike the other two, East Bureau focuses on modern Pan-Asian cuisine. Their salted egg hype contribution would be the Salted Egg Cream Puffs.
These salted egg cream puffs are served together with black sesame and orh née paste cream puffs. The three come with a choux pastry which is light and crispy and the dish also finishes off with a brush of coconut caramel.
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard #03-03 Marina Square Singapore 039594
Operating hours: Sundays - Thursdays: 12pm - 10:30pm, Fridays, Saturdays, Eve of PH: 11:30am - 1am
Liu Sha Bao is the most famous salted egg dish in Singapore, with queues forming at every other restaurant that sells it. The question is, which one is the best?
Unfortunately, we don't have the answer to that. But we do know that Yi Dian Xin's Liu Sha Bao is the cheapest in town! It comes in bite-sizes as well so you won't feel guilty after downing five of these!
Address: 1012A Upper Serangoon Road
Operating hours: 7am - 6pm daily, closed on alternate Tuesdays
Sunrise Bistro created the Salted Egg Lava Cake due to the(scientifically proven!) fact that salt actually makes chocolate taste better. Its salted egg yolk oozes out which gives a visual appeal aside from its already amazing taste. As a form of cherry on top, they added a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. This is definitely a treat for the sweet tooth!
Address: 902 East Coast Park, Singapore 449874
Operating hours: Mondays - Thursdays: 11:30am - 1am, Fridays: 11:30am - 2am, Saturdays: 9am - 2am, Sundays: 9am - 11pm
A cosy bistro located in the west region of Singapore, The Usual Place offers casual dining with affordable western cuisine.
Their Salted Egg Pasta has seen the likes of people all over Singapore who are willing to come to the west just to have a taste of this all-round yellow dish. This creamy dish would satisfy every salted egg lover out there. It also has scallops!
Address: 346 Jurong East Street 31 #01-73 Singapore 600346
Operating hours: Tuesdays - Fridays, Sundays: 11am - 3.30pm & 5.30 - 10pm, Saturdays: 11am - 3.30pm
Wah Chee Seafood Roasted Delights is a popular corner coffeeshop located in the south-west region and it is always packed with queues of people. Most of them consists of Singapore Polytechnic students because it's nearby!
The Salted Egg Calamari dish is one of the famous dishes which may be due to its calamari not being tough or rubbery. It's salted egg sauce is also mildly spicy which let's be honest, is always a good thing!
Address: 3 Dover Road, Singapore 130003
Operating hours: 11am - 11pm daily
Xiyan is founded by a designer turned celebrity chef; Jacky Yu. This restaurant serves mainly eastern and western asian cuisine that are beautifully plated. Here you can order the Salted Egg Pumpkin Ice Cream which is served with pandan glutinous rice. Now, who wouldn't be excited for that?
Address: Scotts Road, Shaw Centre, #03-12/13, Singapore 228208
Operating hours: 11.30am – 3pm & 5.30pm – 10pm daily
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