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(Closed) Hatched (Evans Road)

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

Thu - Mon: 08:00 - 16:00

Closed: Tue, Wed

+65 67350012
$19 based on 152 submissions
Brunch (72 votes), Breakfast (63 votes), Lunch (37 votes)
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Good brunch place

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!

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• 16 Sep 2014 • 60 reviews • 0 follower

Good brunch place

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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!
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• 01 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Can also be found at Holland village!

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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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• 19 Dec 2013 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

Kinda disappointing

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I ordered the basket thing which came with eggs, toast, baked beans, baby potatoes, and a sausage or bacon etc. Firstly, it was supposed to come with baby potatoes, but it got changed to mashed potatoes for some reason and we were not informed. But they were pretty good so that's okay. Secondly, the pork sausage that I ordered was undercooked. That was gross. I had a bite of the grossness. They gave me 2 very well cooked sausages after I informed the service staff, so that was ok too. Then the other little stuff like the toast wasn't toasted on one side. And they kind of closed the place at 4pm (this was on a sunday) when the sign outside says that they open till 5pm. So I don't know what went on there, either they had some reason to close early or they wanted to leave early. Srambled eggs were pretty good, fluffy and done just right. I liked the baked beans too. Hmm. That's about it.. Would not visit again. Service staff seemed a little inexperienced, but they were nice. 
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