Egg sandwich with a volume that is comparable to hamburgers. Introducing the "Fairfax Sandwich" from "eggslut" in Shinjuku, which is recommended for egg lovers.
eggslutA restaurant specializing in egg dishes that originated in LA, USA. It first landed in Japan in September 2019 and currently has a store in Shinjuku Southern Terrace.
When you enter the store, first order and pay at the cash register. When you can cook, you will be called by the receipt number, so you can pick it up at the counter next to the cashier. A system like a fast food hamburger shop.
This time, I ordered the orange juice set (1,260 yen) from the signboard menu "Fairfax Sandwich". In the case of a single item, it will be 880 yen. * All taxes are not included
Signboard Menu Fairfax Sandwich
Creamy scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, and caramelized onions are sandwiched between plump buns that look like hamburgers. The seasoning is finished with spicy sriracha mayonnaise.
Scrambled eggs that are just spilling, and the texture of Toro Toro! Combined with the melting cheese, the mouth is very luxurious.
The buns are fluffy brioche. It doesn't spoil the scrambled eggs, but it doesn't get swallowed.
The accent is the caramelized onion. It plays a role of tightening the whole with a sweet and spicy taste with a slightly Japanese taste.
A gentle yet voluminous sandwich with plenty of scrambled eggs and fluffy brioche buns. You can feel the response even without meat patties. It's perfect for the soft spring climate, so please try it when you visit Shinjuku ♪