Scrambled: Burgers & Steak With Scrambled Eggs + An Egg-centric Menu In Tanjong Pagar

If you need proof that eggs are one of the most versatile ingredients, Scrambled is a fine example. Located at Tanjong Pagar, this scrambled eggs diner was established by four friends, Hayden, Charles and Daniel W and Daniel K, who discovered their passion for food.

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The concept of inventing an egg-centric menu was inspired by Hayden’s personal love for scrambled eggs. Both of the chefs, Hayden and Ju Lih have worked in distinguished kitchens like Burnt Ends in Singapore, Jean-Georges in New York, Gold in Hong Kong and more.

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To me, the perfect scrambled eggs should be fluffy and creamy. Scrambled’s signature eggs had a creamy consistency, and they’re simply seasoned with salt, pepper and chives.

They serve seven different burgers with their signature scrambled eggs, each topped with a unique homemade sauce. Their brioche burger buns are from Burnt Ends, and they’re toasted freshly upon order.

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One of their most popular burgers is the Signature Egg (S$7.90). A stack of scrambled eggs, cheese, hash brown was sandwiched between soft and warm brioche buns. Add in onion jam and chipotle aioli, and you have a burger that’s sweet and savoury at the same time.

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With how creamy the scrambled eggs were, I expected the buns to be soggy. Thankfully, I was wrong, and the buns were still slightly crispy. The fluffy hash brown even had a slice of milk cheddar melted onto it.

Cheese lovers like me will be happy to know that Scrambled will be changing their cheese from mild to mature cheddar, so that the burgers will have a sharper taste.

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The Smoked Salmon (S$10.90) came with torched mentaiko mayo between the salmon and cheese. After my first few bites, all I could taste was overpowering smoked salmon. The umami flavour from the mentaiko mayo only surfaced halfway through the burger.

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My favourite burger was definitely their Scrambled Stack (S$13.90). This was basically a heart attack in burger form. It contained luncheon meat, bacon, avocado, tomato, and hash brown, which set off an explosion of different textures in my mouth. This felt like the ultimate breakfast in a burger.

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As the name suggests, this was a whole ‘stack’ of ingredients that was difficult to fit into my mouth. Nevertheless, after a few squishes, I managed to get all the ingredients in one bite.

The scrambled eggs and avocado added some creaminess which reduced the salty bacon and luncheon meat, making the burger less heavy.

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Scrambled also offers a healthier option with their Avocado & Tomato (S$8.90). This was a light and refreshing burger compared to the other three. Even though I am not a fan of avocados, I enjoyed this burger, especially the zesty lemon mayo.

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If burgers are not your thing, Scrambled also serves Steak N’ Eggs (S$16.90). Another one of their best-sellers, the sirloin steak is sauteed in butter to medium-rare doneness. The meat is then topped with their homemade chimichurri sauce and a side of their signature scrambled eggs.

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With each bite, there was a subtle garlic and cilantro fragrance from the chimichurri sauce.

The tender beef practically melted in my mouth, and enjoying it together with the scrambled eggs added a creamy texture.

Scrambled shows that scrambled eggs are not just a breakfast food, and can be eaten with just about anything.

So head over to Scrambled to enjoy these unique stacks of burgers! I would definitely make the trip back for their Scrambled Stack.

Expected Damage: S$8 – S$17 per pax

Price: $

Our Rating: 4 / 5


12 Gopeng Street, #01-33/34, Icon Village, Singapore 078877

Our Rating 4/5


12 Gopeng Street, #01-33/34, Icon Village, Singapore 078877

Telephone: +65 6221 0289
Operating Hours: 11.30am - 8pm (Mon-Fri)
Telephone: +65 6221 0289

Operating Hours: 11.30am - 8pm (Mon-Fri)
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