After establishing itself as a Singapore dining institution at their original Fullerton spot, OverEasy is opening its second outpost, taking over the iconic sub-street level address at Liat Towers (where Singapore opened its first ever McDonald’s). Inside, the retro all-day American diner pays tribute to the ‘80s – think bubblegum pink and baby blue colour schemes, diner booths, jukebox music and plenty of American comfort food to match!
Loosen up your belt loops and tuck into cheesy and meaty mains like their Reuben Pastrami Sandwich – towered high with layers upon layers of 168-hour cured pastrami, Swiss cheese and house-made sauerkraut, or the unbelievably juicy burgers (you haven’t lived until you’ve tried The Truffle – a sinful stack of Wagyu beef, Swiss cheese, sautéed onions, mushrooms and truffle mayo), ridiculously fiery chicken wings (be sure to ask about their ‘spicy wing roulette’) and of course, their famous Mac & Cheeks – a heart-stopping combo of braised beef cheeks, gruyere, parmesan and macaroni.
*Psst, the real show stopper is undeniably their Beer Can Chicken, a secret ‘off-the-menu’ item that’s sure to be your dining table centrepiece.
For those wearier of their waistlines, there are plenty of lighter options on the menu too! While a Broccoli and Avocado Salad with Quinoa and Feta might sound like the underdog when compared to their Waffles and Wings with Maple Syrup and Honey Butter, we reckon this humble plate of super greens definitely gave other plates a run for their money. And if the sound of a Wagyu beef patty doesn’t get your tastebuds buzzing, the Veggie Portobello burger definitely makes for a worthy competitor!
Wash it all down with OverEasy’s equally devilish alcoholic slushies, cocktails, shots and even milkshakes like the Bacon Bourbon Milkshake (bacon, maple whiskey, triple sec, egg, vanilla ice cream) that we just can’t stop dreaming about. If you’re taking it easy, their cold-pressed juices and healthy smoothies have got you covered.
• OverEasy Orchard #01-01, Liat Towers, Orchard Road, tel: 6684 1453, overeasy.com.sg
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