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The latest outing of the boozy brunch club took place at Bad Egg. As the name suggests, eggs feature prominently on the menu and luckily the chef is a step above just slapping eggs on everything. The bottomless brunch menu lets you choose three food items plus juices/soda/coffee for £22 and includes an option for unlimited cava, mimosas, or bloody marys which knocks the price up to £32.50.
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Before we get started, let me just make something very clear. Bad Egg is not an ‘egg concept’ restaurant. It may have egg in its name and a section dedicated to eggs, but it’s a diner. And a very good one at that! The latest restaurant from chef Neil Rankin – he of Pitt Cue Co, John Salt and Princess of Shoreditch. I’ve been to all of those and loved them, so I knew Bad Egg would be a good ‘un...
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Bad Egg is Neil Rankin’s an all day diner in The City where he champions egg dishes. On the menu, he also features Korean dishes and BBQ flavours.In a recent collaboration with British Lion Eggs, he came up with these fab egg dishes, suitable for breakfast, brunch or lunch.Together with Jenni Falconer, they shared talked at theWe had this crab frittata. which a had a light souffle-like texture. Mine never turns out like that.
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Bad Egg has been on the List for quite some time, and I finally made it down. I have to say, it was a little disappointing for me but I wouldn’t write it off completely. We all chose from the burger/sandwich menu. My veggie friend got the mac and cheese burger, my other friend had the chicken burger, and I got the buffalo ribwich.My sandwich was ridiculous. A huge, square slab of pork belly, breadcrumbed and plopped in a burger bun with buffalo sauce and (somewhere) blue cheese mayo. A delicate leaf of lettuce was almost comical in its pointlessness. I couldn’t taste the blue cheese mayo at all, against...
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