Eggslut proves to be Egg-cellent

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Gabriella Kchozyan

Eggslut’s cheese hamburger and signature dish, “The Slut.”

Gabriella Kchozyan, Staff Writer

After almost two years of waiting, the egg-citing last addition to Brand Boulevard’s renovation has opened. While other newly-opened restaurants such as Shake Shack have been stealing the attention for a while, Eggslut restaurant was undergoing construction. When my friend and I finally heard it had opened, we rushed to go try its interesting egg-based menu.

Eggslut has three other locations: two in Los Angeles and one in Las Vegas. The Glendale location marks their fourth franchise expansion. With its other locations being far from convenient from Glendale, I couldn’t wait to go check out the place when it finally opened near the Americana.

Though the menu choices seemed much more limited compared to other locations, everything seemed appetizing. I ordered the Eggslut Hamburger which had ground angus beef, cage-free medium egg, caramelized onions, bread and butter pickles, cheddar cheese, and dijonnaise. This was quite possibly the most unique burger I’ve ever tried, and definitely a new favorite.

My friend ordered the signature “The Slut” which is a coddled egg on pureed potatoes served in a cute little jar with bread on the side. It didn’t take long for either of us to finish eating. We also ordered our food with orange juice which was fresh and newly juiced. The kitchen itself looked very well-kept and sanitary as well.

The place is relatively small, and unlikely to seat more than 20 people. The employees are also all young, friendly and very conscientious with keeping the small restaurant clean. Overall, the food and service was amazing.

However, I would say that the menu is overpriced, especially for a fast-food place. I paid $9 for a small burger just because they cracked open an egg on it.

Eggslut is definitely worth going to at least once. I would consider going again soon, and I hope to try more of their menu. Even if it’s not very cheap, it is delicious nonetheless. I’m not yolking with you.

Eggslut Restaurant

252 S. Brand Blvd., Suite D

Glendale, CA 91204

(818) 484-5911

Hours:

Saturday Closed

Sunday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Monday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Tuesday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Wednesday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Thursday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Friday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.