TEgg.42
Shibuya: Korean
TEgg.42 (Shibuya: Korean)
TEgg.42
Open 9am-9pm daily.
Sun: Open Sundays
no smoking: No smoking

If you're looking for a good Korean egg-sandwich shop, TEgg.42 Premium Toast (pronounced "tegu yon-ni") is well worth checking out. They offer several egg-based sandwiches (Double Cheese Bacon; Egg, Ham and Cheese; Double Egg and Cheese) as well as shrimp-avocado, crab-mayonnaise, spicy chicken and pulled pork. Super-crunchy fried chicken is served as a side dish.

Sandwiches are arranged in a clever toast-pouch structure that keeps the filling from slipping out the bottom. The egg component is a fairly firm omelette, drizzled with mayonnaise and a savory sauce that's sweet and mildly spicy. Slivers of raw onion help liven things up.

The bacon is tasty, but not as crispy as at EggSlut - ham might make a good alternative. The fried chicken is sweet, spicy and pleasantly crunchy, with sriracha available on the counter if you want to spice it up even further. Everything is freshly prepared when you order.

Drinks include espresso beverages, fruit ades, Korean canned sodas, and a couple of bottled beers (Hoegaarden White and Heineken). They do mostly take-out but there are a dozen or so seats spread out through the shop if you want to eat here.

The location is along Roppongi-dori about seven minutes east of Shibuya Station, and it's also accessible from Omotesando Station. There's a second branch on Dogenzaka, but that one is take-out only.





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