Don’t Say Bojio: Tamago-EN is Giving Away 6,000 Free Eggs to Celebrate New Menu Launch

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Eggs?

Yes, if you love eating eggs in their various delicious forms, head down to Tamago-EN for a truly (and literally) eggcellent meal.

Don’t Say Bojio: Tamago-EN is Giving Away 6,000 Free Eggs to Celebrate New Menu Launch

Tamago-EN is a casual egg speciality restaurant that only uses the freshest eggs flown in from Okinawa in their dishes. Japanese eggs feature a golden orange yolk that tastes extremely fresh.

You can enjoy them in onsen egg-style, fried and even raw!

The eggs go through a special process of UV sanitation so they’re absolutely safe to be consumed raw.

On Monday (29 Mar), they’ve launched a new menu so you can scarf down even more egg dishes! Check out how mouth-watering they look:

The new menu includes more varieties of their signature TKG or Tamago Kake Gohan. The dish is traditionally eaten by mixing a raw egg into a bowl of rice, topped with the ingredients of your choice.

You’ll be able to enjoy the Saikoro Steak with Mushrooms TKG (S$14.90), Teriyaki Chicken with Broccoli TKG (S$11.50) and Unagi TKG (S$12.90).

In addition, they’ve added a sumptuous Beef Hamburg Teppan (S$16.90) which features steamed butter rice, vegetables, fresh egg yolk and a demi-glace, cream or tomato sauce of your choice.

Other new items include the Unatama Don (S$14.90) for unagi lovers, Soboro Kimchi Udon (S$10.50) and Wagyu Tendon Tsukimi Tororo Udon (S$12.90).

For dessert, there’s the super fluffy Grape Souffle Pancake and the Mango Souffle Pancake for S$13.90. The latter comes with a whole slice of fresh mango and is topped with boba!

How eggsy.

Free Okinawa Egg Giveaway

In light of the new menu, Tamago-EN is giving away 6,000 imported eggs from Okinawa for free!

Do note that this is only applicable to customers who spend at least S$50 on a single receipt, so grab your friends and family and head down to the nearest outlet.


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The giveaway is available at all 9 outlets (note: limited to 30 trays per day per outlet) across Singapore which are located at:

  • [email protected] #B3-25/26/27
  • Chinatown Point #01-44
  • Serangoon Nex #02-K5/K6
  • Northpoint City #01-47
  • Novena Square #01-89
  • Plaza Singapura #B1-08
  • Suntec City #B1-170/171
  • Tampines Mall #B1-10
  • VivoCity #B2-27/27A

Tamago-EN actually does sell the eggs for S$5.80 for a tray of six eggs and S$8.80 for a tray of ten eggs but (as all Singaporeans do) be sure to grab the free eggs while you can!

The restaurant will be releasing more details regarding the giveaway date on the Tamago-EN Facebook page and their Instagram page.

Check out their full menu on their website, here.

Featured Image: Facebook (Tamago-EN)

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