Thursday, November 25, 2010
Hatched @ Evans Lodge
In yet another of our food adventure in search of good breakfast place, we chanced upon this place called Hatched. It is very near to the NUS Law campus at Bukit Timah. So, it's a bit of a walk in, but its all worth it. And as the name suggest, Hatched's specialty is of course eggs! All kinds of eggs: boiled, poached, baked, fried, scrambled, omelettes. But I've been warned of my unhealthy eggs consumption of late, so yes will be eating lesser..
Apple Orange Juice ($4.50 Each)
Popeye's Salute ($14)
We decided to try out this version of egg Benedict which have spinach (and thus the name) instead of ham. Well other than the fact that the eggs are so puny, I must say that the spinach doesn't really go well with the rest of the ingredients. It taste very weird with the spinach; somehow the spinach causes the taste of the whole dish to be very separated. First, the spinach taste kicks in, which had a slight hint of a bittery taste. Follow by the egg with the hollandaise sauce and then the muffin. By itself, all taste great. But as a whole, it just feels wrong; better to stick with the original Eggs Benedict with ham which is called the Sir Benedict here.
Comes with tomato and mash potatoes as side dishes
Pancake Party with caramelized apples ($8)
The pancake is omg very fluffy and thus a bit too filling. But it's toasted pretty nicely and with the syrup and the cream, there's not much complain to this dish.
Where's Waffle? with black forest ham and egg ($12)
The waffle was pretty normal, but the ham was really good. The egg was disappointing.
Spent around $20 per person. Their service is a bit slow, but hey there's no service charge... It's a pretty cozy place to chill out on a nice Sunday morning.
Address: 26 Evans Road #01-06 Evans Lodge Singapore
Tel: +65 6735 0012