With its memorable name and menu of breakfast and brunch fayre, Eggslut has already proved popular in the US, since opening back in 2011. The casual dining group operates a handful of sites across California, as well as boasting a location in Las Vegas and an international outpost in Lebanon.
The group’s first London site (there are already plans to open more in the capital) is found on Notting Hill’s famed Portobello Road, which is also home to the similarly laid-back likes of Pizza East and Honest Burgers. The Notting Hill site serves up Eggslut’s signature dishes, such as the Slut, which consists of potato purée served in a glass jar and topped with a coddled egg, as well as grey salt and chives, and paired with slices of baguette.
The restaurant doesn’t just offer breakfast dishes though, as there are also other options featured on the all-day menu, including the Fairfax: a warm brioche bun stuffed with soft scrambled eggs and chives, cheddar cheese, caramelised onions and sriracha mayonnaise. Otherwise, guests can tuck into the likes of a Wagyu steak-filled Gaucho, and a cheeseburger topped with egg (no surprises there then).
Eggslut has also proved its culinary knowhow by partnering with some of London’s leading producers. The all-important eggs here come from Clarence Court, which is known for its Burford Browns and Cotswold Legbars offerings, while bread is supplied by popular London bakery Bread Ahead. To help you wash down your egg-based dishes, you can enjoy a coffee, with beans supplied by Nude Espresso.
Speaking about the partnership, Clarence Court CEO Adrian Gott has said: “Eggslut is the pioneer of making eggs appetising all day – something we truly believe in. Eggslut enables us to reach customers that wouldn’t normally see Clarence Court eggs and we’re thrilled that an international audience is being exposed to our fabulous eggs through the vibrant London restaurant scene.”