Updated: November 07, 2018
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egg: An All-Day-Breakfast Joint In Ikebukuro, Tokyo!


egg, originally a Brooklyn restaurant, first appeared in Ikebukuro, Tokyo on April 2017. This restaurant specializes in egg dishes and serves breakfast all day.

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egg: a Brooklyn restaurant

Egg is located in a quiet neighbourhood only 5 minutes from Ikebukuro Station. This restaurant specializes in egg dishes.
Egg is originally a Brooklyn concept where they serve breakfast all day (peharps heaven?).
The restaurant serves Southern-style dishes with a focus on, of course, eggs.
The restaurant's decoration is mainly white and is the perfect atmosphere to spend a relaxing breakfast (all day).
The Tokyo branch, like the Brooklyn main store, uses carefully ingredients so it is safe to bring along children.
The eggs that are now used are from Hiroshima.

You have to try the Egg Rothko dish!

When you go to egg, if there's one thing you try, you should try the Egg Rothko (1,800 yen).
It is made with brioche bread in which an egg was cooked in the centre and with plenty of cheddar cheese on top.
It comes with a tomato stew and a kale saute, home-made pork sausages, or bacon (candied or grilled). You can pick one side-dish.
As soon as you cut the bread, the egg yolk comes pouring down and so does the cheese.
The cheese and egg blend so wonderfully together and the sweetness of the brioche also shines through.
The massive amount of cheese will leave you full and happy, but not overwhelmed.

Fluffy french toast

The french toast is also a popular menu item (1,500 yen).

It is made with eggs, lots of fresh cream and vanilla. It is then topped with butter and maple syrup!
Each bite is so incredibly fluffy, you'll get hooked right away.

Fresh ingredients

The chef's special salad (950 yen)

The colourful and beautiful salad is made with different types of vegetables and chicken confit.
Since it is quite a generous portion, it is great for sharing.


If you feel like trying out this breakfast place, you can check it out any time of the day. Be sure to stop by Ikebukuro for these awesome Brooklyn dishes!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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