Hatched has closed.


#01-06, Evans Lodge, 26 Evans Road, 259367
+65 67350012

Thu - Mon: 08:00 - 16:00

Closed: Tue, Wed

$19 based on 152 submissions
Brunch (72 votes), Breakfast (63 votes), Lunch (37 votes) ...

Located at Evans Road, Hatched is a restaurant specialising in whole day breakfasts and eggs.

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Latest Review for Hatched

Overall RatingBased on 102 reviews
Most helpful review:

The young are not cholesterol conscious.

Food/Drink 4 | Value 3 | Ambience 3 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 787

Hatched is a place for the young adults, and the younger newly married - I saw a young family with 2 kids in tow. Since Hatched only serve egg-based food, they must not be worried about their cholesterol as everyone ordered something with egg in it. Henry, the financier for this enterprise said that they import fresh eggs from Malaysia, hot of the chicken coop. You must spend time reading their menu which has well thought out descriptions of the dishes.

Ambience: They're renamed it Evans Lodge not but to me, it's still Yusoff College. It brings back memories of driving past Yusoff college and shouting "Woman" when we were in Singapore University (SU), not NUS. I still looks like Yusoff college, and feels like it. Not much was done to renovate the place and it has a small dining hall, overflowing to the main lobby, and some to the alfresco area. Comfortable for chats but not something to admire.

Food: They serve egg based food. We had the Sir Benedict - poached egg, with white sauce on bacon and muffin. A side salad and freshly made potato mash (from real potatoes) with a dash of tuna on the top. Delicious, but they should use better quality eggs, like from Seng Choon with the added betacarotene - really tasty and fresh. Others ordered half boiled eggs, with strips of bread like soldiers served with parmesan cheese and chopped up bacon - eggs were overcooked, instead of being half boiled, they were three quarter boiled, sleepover eggs - banana, egg sandwich served with maple syrup - interesting combination, omelette with cheese and abacon, and two eggs sunny side served with brinjal on a large piece of bread. We shared all dishes and found them tasty, unique and well prepared.

Value: Expensive if you're looking for 2 half boiled eggs, kaya and coffee - then go to Kopitiam, but reasonable if you're having a long brunch, a cool place to sit down and chit chat and looking for interesting ways eggs can be served.

Service: Friendly young Singaporean staff on temp jobs pleasantly serving us. Head captain was pleasant enough to offer us indoor seating in the aircon area, but we chose to sit outside where they had chairs with backrest as there were only stools in the inside seating.

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Good brunch place

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 3 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 60

More details here: http://oyhz.blogspot.sg/2012/03/hatched-evans-lodge.html

  I LOVE breakfast for dinners. When I heard of all-day breakfast served at Hatched (Evans Lodge), i knew i have to try it! As the restaurant name suggests, they serve only mostly eggs. Poached, fried, boiled, baked, scrambled, real ones, fake ones, cartoon ones lols. You name it, they have it.

Love the old school location.                  

  Definitely have to try the egg benedict there! They have SO MANY different types!  But all priced the same, $12 for one poached egg, $18 for two :) Greedy me have two of cos.. lols.  
  Rise & dine! <3

  The fake eggs~~

        My Sir Benedict! Taste so goood with the cripsy strip bacon. And there isn't the overwhelming taste of vinegar (did they even add in vinegar?) unlike some other brunch places. And the mashed potato is dripped with thick mushroom sauce, surprisingly delicious!   In my opinion, it's better than Wild Honey, the benchmark for its famous egg benedict. More value-for-money too! Only 18bucks.         I'm craving for it now while typing!     Burly Benedict which comes with minced beef instead of bacon strips. Doesn't really go well in my opinion :X The beef tasted slightly cold..   As soon as i saw panna cotta written on the blackboard behind me, i knew i have to have that for dessert! Doesn't look great, BUT oooh, IT'S HEAVENLY.   Comes with generous serving of berries.
    Took a walk around the place. So serene. What pleasure to have a peaceful breakfast there.  

More details here: http://oyhz.blogspot.sg/2012/03/hatched-evans-lodge.html

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Can also be found at Holland village!

Food/Drink 5 | Value 3 | Ambience 4 | Service 5
Total Review: 1

abit costly but taste of food is great! a place worth visiting at least once but maybe not weekly. service is fast and staff are friendly. visited the one at Holland village several times and they have a good ambience

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