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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Hatched Chope

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If you love eggs, look no further. This place is for you. And how do you like your eggs? Poached? Scrambled? Sunny-side-up? They do them all—and more. Housed in a charming building, you’ll love the comforting waft of familiar breakfast smells as you step into the building near the old National Institute of Education on Bukit Timah Road. Here, faves like foie gras and wagyu beef get the whole “egg” treatment and you’ll also find egg-topped sandwiches, baked dishes, pasta and freshly squeezed juices.


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This egg specialist serves up dishes like Popeye’s Salute ($13 for one, $19 for two)—basically eggs florentine—and the tortilla espanola ($14), an omelet with peppers, onions and potatoes.
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Phone: 6735-0012
Hatched, #01-06 Evans Lodge, 26 Evans Rd., Singapore, 259367 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Botanic Gardens

Opening Hours:

Tue-Sun 9am-11pm

Price Range:

$

Cuisine:

Western
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