The statement that breakfast is the most important meal of the day has persisted for a very long time and is now almost taken for granted by most people. Every meal a man, woman, or child eats affects how physically and mentally they are doing on a daily basis. There are deciding factors for determining which feast is the most important. A person’s day can be completely changed by a single meal. It follows that planning a meal is just as crucial as actually eating it. For this reason, when we ordered from EggBuster, I felt a little better because I had previously decided what to have for breakfast.
The famous K-Drama Egg Drop Sandwich, known to people who genuinely love K-Drama, like me, is quite similar to the EggBuster. The perfect snack for any time of the day, a flexible nibble may be prepared in a variety of ways. The perfect Korean version, which includes two thick pieces of toasted brioche bread, soft-boiled eggs, bacon, cheddar, and parsley. Furthermore, it generously sprinkles on ketchup for taste, mayonnaise for added flavor, and spicy sauce as desired.
Due to its presentation in a paper box with a straightforward design and the instagrammability of the egg sandwiches, it has a well-known aesthetic appeal that has spread over the Internet. After tasting these sandwiches, I was instantly enamored with their renowned flavor. The eggs were tender, and the bread was delicate, delicious, and rich. In fact, the bread had a taste similar to garlic, which I really adored. The flavor was superb. Definitely, it was love at first bite. The sandwiches cost between PHP120 and PHP160, but if you taste one, you’ll want to buy more because the taste is so wonderful. There are only a few sandwich options available, but whatever you decide to get, I can assure you that it will satisfy your hunger.
EggBuster now has a physical location at Dona Soledad Bicutan, just a few minutes away from SM Bicutan. You may also place an order through their Facebook page, and if you reside in Manila, they will arrange a delivery service using Grab, but you will have to pay for transportation costs. The only issue I have right now is that they are only available inside the Metro, but I’m expecting that they will soon expand to other parts of the Philippines.
I wholeheartedly suggest this dish to everyone in the Metro, especially if you’re in the mood for a Korean delicacy. This one will undoubtedly appeal to you.