US restaurant chain, Eggslut, famous for its egg based dishes, is set to open a series of London restaurants.
In an announcement today (3 December), the chain said “an initial London site will be announced early in the year with more set to follow”. The chain opened its first branch in Los Angeles’ Grand Central Market in 2013, with four more Californian sites following along with a branch in Lebanon.
Eggslut is well known for dishes such as the Slut, a coddled egg on top of a smooth potato purée and the Fairfax, a sandwich made with soft scrambled eggs and chives, cheddar cheese, caramelized onions, and sriracha mayo in a warm brioche bun.
An Eggslut statement read: “Eggslut is a chef driven, gourmet food concept founded in 2011. The brand prides itself on the quality and taste of its food, with everything made fresh to order.
“It has pioneered a new category in the fast-casual dining sector, with a menu inspired by a passion for eggs. No longer just a breakfast staple, Eggslut makes eggs appetising, all day, every day serving comforting classics with a twist.”