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All reviews egg sandwich sandwiches sriracha mayo potato puree fries the grand central market worth the wait long line added bacon glass jar counter seats minute wait signature dish limited seating long wait downtown la cooked perfectly
So I've heard the hype and I've eaten at more than enough burger shops to know a good one.
The cheeseburger + bacon and a drink totalled $15 USD and it was not only tiny but didn't have that much flavour. THe staff couldn't have...More
We were looking for a nice breakfast and got the recommendation to go to the Grand Central Market, when we got there it really reminded us of Borough market in the UK but a much smaller version of it
We got there in the morning...More
I'd asked my brother-in-law to arrange a day in LA during our holiday so I could visit Eggslut. I'd seen the name whilst 'trawling' things to do in LA and the name appealed to me.
Not a long wait for service and when the food...More
OMG! The most amazing breakfast sandwich I've ever had. Scrambled eggs with chives, bacon, avocado, cheese and sriracha mayo, on a brioche bun
Line was almost an hour long, and worth well the wait. Been here twice now - It's no wonder this LA institution...More
I was really excited to try this place since it is so popular. So much that I waited in a 30 min line to get my breakfast sandwich. Once I got it I was pretty disappointed and even a little sick from it. The sandwich...More
We stopped here because of the rave reviews and the proximity to the Bradbury building and the Last Bookstore. There are counter seats and a few outdoor tables, with more tables located inside behind this kiosk. Food was just ok- very, very greasy, and I...More
The queues outside this place tell you just how good the food is. Located in Grand Central Market it is a perfect place to grab a breakfast. Queues are lengthy but move quite quickly there is room to eat at the counter and inside the...More
The line seems pretty long, but it moved quickly. I received my order about 2-3 minutes after placing it without issues. I ordered the Fairfax and orange juice. It was very good! One of the best scrambled egg sandwiches I’ve had. The price is more...More
This restaurant is in some obscure eatery on a seedy street. You’ll know you’re in the right place by the long line of people waiting but not complaining that they have to wait. How can you beat a runny egg and a burger for breakfast?...More
Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.