Eggslut is home to the arguably perfect breakfast sandwich. The menu is simple, consisting of egg sandwiches, two specialties, two sides, and drinks. Eggslut is inspired by a pure love of eggs and the comfort they can bring to foodies all day every day. They purely focus on quality of ingredient and taste.
Eggslut Egg Sandwich
Downtown Los Angeles (the favorite)
Venice (soon to come)
Glendale (soon to come)
inside the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Eggslut in Downtown Los Angeles is where the craze all started, right along Broadway inside the infamous Grand Central Market.
Their style is on-the-go. You can sit along their bar top against the open doors of the Grand Central Market along Broadway (the main entrance). You can also sit outside on Broadway itself where there are a few tables designated to patrons of the Grand Central Market. There is always a line weaving all through the market for Eggslut, but it goes pretty fast and is worth it.
Eggslut Egg Sandwich and Slut
Eggslut Egg Sandwich
Eggslut’s sandwiches are gooey and salty bits of heaven. The warm brioche bun pairs perfectly with the salty meat and egg. There is nothing better to me than simple done in the best way with the best ingredients.
Bacon, Egg & Cheese = hardwood smoked bacon, cage-free over medium egg, cheddar cheese and chipotle ketchup in a warm brioche bun (MY FAVORITE)
Sausage, Egg & Cheese = house-made turkey sausage, cage-free over medium egg, cheddar cheese and honey mustard aioli in a warm brioche bun
Slut specialty = cage-free coddled egg on top of a smooth potato puree, poached in a glass jar, topped with gray salt and chives, served with slices of baguette
For the rest of the menu of sandwiches that include wagyu beef and other fine ingredients, click here. On the Slut specialty, make sure you dip all the way down into the jar to get every flavor. You really want the potato at the bottom and the salty egg on top together.
Eggslut has been named at the top of the Most Instagrammed list for years. Eggslut gathers hundreds of local foodies on a regular basis. A must stop in LA.