Everyone’s favourite lazy egg Gudetama’s cafe has finally landed on our sunny (side up) island and now we can all nua in the cafe located at Suntec City! Planning a trip down? Read on to find out what you can expect from the super kawaii cafe and if the food is actually good! Do expect long queues now though as it is the school holidays.
You’d be greeted by Gudetama-san itself at the front entrance. Good spot for a photo op.
Encapsulate yourself in the Gudetama themed booths!
Or you can cosy up in an egg seat.
Heading down in a big group? You might want to aim to be seated at this super cute egg carton table.
Let’s get down to business and talk about the food shall we? All the dishes were stylised and co-created by local bento artist Shirley aka LittleMissBento! #LocalPride
Quench your thirst after the long queue with Straw-Very “Lazy” ($8.50)! It is strawberry infused fizzy rose tea, spruced up with lychees and blueberries. Very refreshing indeed.
If you need a little pick-me-up, the Latte is decently priced at $6 for a generous portion and it wasn’t that bad as well.
We started our meal with the Gudetama Lobster Onsen ($16). Luscious lobster bisque in a crusty breadbowl, housing a relaxed Gudetama, just chilling in the soup. The soup was pretty okay but the egg was mmm… so delicious. Cooked on the outside but all nice and oozy on the inside, mix both up and the soup will definitely warm you up in this chilly weather.
Gudetama coated with minced ginger chicken, resting on deep fried vermicelli nest and paired with creamy sesame dressing. Though we didn’t got to try this dish, we would certainly place an order for Agetama ($12.50) on our next visit.
For seafood lovers, Lazy Surfer ($28.50) is the dish for you. Yummy assorted grilled seafood served with Brazilian flavoured rice, it’s a miracle the lazy egg manage to catch so much seafood for you!
Rib-“I” Don’t Care ($28.50) is chargrilled NZ grass fed angus ribeye steak topped with creamy wild mushroom sauce, grilled vegetables and Gudetama mash. Gudetama is totally not caring what it is right now because it’s going to be eaten at the end of the day.
“Are You Busy?” Burger ($27.50) is for sure one of our favourite dishes. The jumbo meal consists of toasted brioche bun with double prime beef patties, melted cheese, bacon and a sunny side up. Though the patties were a bit on the dry end, the bun was so fresh and soft, and all the ingredients went so well together, the pan was spotless at the end of our meal.
Other than regular mains, the cafe do serve brunch items as well! The Big “Nua” Breakfast ($25.90) is for people like us who’re too lazy to wake up early for breakfast. But no frets because the “Nua” breakfast is available all day! Hearty portions of bacon, jumbo spicy pork bratwurst, sauteed mushrooms, baked beans and Gudetama on a buttery brioche toast bed.
Gudetama likes to be snug and toasty in the smoked salmon blankets, perfect for a “I’m Cold” Smoke Salmon Eggs Benedict ($26.90)! Drizzled with zesty hollandaise sauce and served with mashed avocado, ebiko, tatter tots and salad, this is one more reason to wake up late and have brunch at the cafe.
What’s a meal without desserts? If you’re a waffles person, be sure to order Gudetama Goes On Slide ($19.50). Premium vanilla soft serve ice cream served with buttermilk waffles, caramelised bananas, macademia nuts, Pepero sticks, fruits and a drizzle of chocolate sauce or maple syrup. You’ll go wheeeee! after you’re done with it.
Next up, Shoyu Ramen ($21.50). Oh no, it isn’t actually ramen but chocolate cake, montblanc and earl grey jelly served with rose tea. So there you have a bowl of sweet “ramen” and a side of sweet “agedashi tofu”. Kyah! Too cute.
Wait, that’s not all. There are lots more dishes to try out at the cafe!
All in all, the food was generally good as it’s well known that themed cafe food aren’t always the best. So be sure to drop by Gudetama Cafe!
3 Temasek Blvd, #01-61 Suntec City Mall Tower 3, Singapore 038983
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