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Singapore’s egg restaurant Tamago-EN comes to Hong Kong

By Ching Yuen 10 January 2020

Singapore’s famous Japanese egg speciality store Tamago-EN has made its way over to Hong Kong, with their first branch situated in MOKO in Mong Kok. Using only high-quality Japanese egg imported on a daily basis so fresh that it can be eaten raw, and they serve a series of egg cuisine for all egg fanatics. We are so egg-cited about it!

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Egg roll omelette skewers from Tamago-EN. Photo credits: ULifestyle

Tamago-EN sources their eggs from Okinawa to put together an inventive egg menu inspired by Japanese cuisine. They have five flavours of tamikoyaki (egg roll skewers), and for $68 you get five skewers of egg roll with flavours like tomato, crab and salmon roe. They also have Cheesy Hashimaki with Salted Pollock Roe ($38) with a fried egg on top and a pair of chopsticks in between for you to hold it up like a gigantic skewer!

Ultimate TKG from Tamago-EN. Photo credit: ULifestyle

Their signature is the Ultimate TKG ($39), where the egg white to whipped till its foam-like, packed like a volcano mountain on top of a bowl of Japanese rice and a raw yolk is placed on the crater of the mountain for you to break in and mix. They have toppings like salmon roe or mined tuna for you to mix with your egg rice, but even with just egg and soy sauce alone is enough to enjoy the gooey goodness!

Souffle pancakes from Tamago-EN. Photo credits: ULifestyle

The menu also has classic egg dishes like okonomiyaki, omurice, donburi, and all-day breakfast. Another highlight is the ever-popular souffle pancakes! Their Strawberry Fuwa Fuwa Pancakes ($98) is something we can have every week, with jiggly pancakes and generous whipped cream toppings. Simply egg-quisite!

Tamago-EN, L4A–08, 8 Argyle Street, Mong Kok | (+852) 2650 3335

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Ching Yuen


Having lived in Hong Kong, Beijing, and London sure is a fun fact whenever people try to guess Ching’s accent. She loves switching between all these language channels and her “mother tongue” is just determined by how many drinks she’s had for the night! She loves movies, travelling, and exploring cities, from hidden alleys to gourmet dining, so feel free to hit her up if you need any suggestions for dinner!