It helps when a menu merchandise contains descriptors like fluffy, creamy, tacky, and in some uncommon instances, ultra-premium. All adjectives are par for the course at Egg Tuck, a Los Angeles cafe with areas in Koreatown and Hollywood. It attracts inspiration from Korean egg sandwich traditions to realize a wonderful new degree of fluffy and creamy perfection.
Korean egg sandwiches — made with soufflé-like fluffy eggs, buttered bread, cheese, and mayo sauce — are the driving drive behind the sandwiches at Egg Tuck (through Drive Me Hungry). All sandwiches function thick and doughy brioche buns, as gentle and tender as a slab of French toast, which the cafe describes as "ultra-premium." They function a heap of sentimental cage-free scrambled eggs, snipped chives, Sriracha aïoli, and a drizzle of signature mayo-like egg sauce. Although some sandwiches bump up the indulgence with dietary supplements like quick rib patties and smoked ham, the traditional possibility right here is the Candy Egg sandwich, which nails the perfect mixture of texture and taste with its creamy scrambled eggs, chives, Sriracha, and egg sauce, for $7.99.