Japanese cafe at NEX specialises in egg dishes from omu rice to souffle pancakes for around S$15

They have less common dishes too.

Mandy How | July 23, 2019 @ 04:00 pm


A new F&B store has taken over Pablo Cheese Tart in NEX shopping mall, Serangoon.


The newly-opened Japanese cafe sells egg-everything — from eggs benedict to omelette skewers and even the traditional Japanese breakfast of rice and raw egg.

Prices at Tamago-EN range around S$10 — S$17.

Here’s a look at some of their dishes.

5-kind Japanese Omelette Skewer, S$8.80:

Hashimaki with Cheese and Mentaiko, S$4.80 per piece:

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Hashimaki with cheese and mentaiko

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According to the cafe, this is a popular festival food that is basically okonomiyaki (savoury pancake) on chopsticks.

The one at Tamago-EN comes with a fried egg on top.

Beef Stew Rice with Omelette, S$16.80:

Mentaiko Salmon Cream Rice with Omelette, S$15.80:

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Oyako (chicken and egg) Don, S$12.80

Caramel Peach Soufflé Pancake, S$12.80:

Besides souffle pancakes, the cafe also sells other desserts like Berry Homemade Egg Pudding with Caramel Sauce (S$6.80) and Homemade Rich Chocolate Terrine (S$7.80, two pieces).

If you prefer to get a drink, there’s Japanese Brown Cane Sugar Pearl Milk Tea (S$5.80) on the menu.

Ultimate Egg Rice

Despite so many dishes, the Ultimate Egg Rice appears to be a rather popular choice among diners.

Tamago Kake Gohan is a traditional breakfast in Japan of raw egg, rice, and soy sauce.

Prices start from S$5.80 for the basic swerving of Japanese raw egg and rice with condiments, and customers can top up a few more dollars to add salmon, teriyaki chicken, or minced raw tuna to the bowl.

Here are the add-ons:


23 Serangoon Central #02-K05/06, Singapore 556083

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Mandy is a pantry rat. She eats everything in the pantry (except other people's food).

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