Eggs ‘n Things (Universal Citywalk): Osaka 2017

Our first encounter with Eggs ‘n Things was many years ago in Hawaii and what an experience it was! For someone who loves breakfast, Eggs ‘n Things is a dream come true.

After our visit to the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, we took a short ferry ride over to Universal Studios Japan and did some shopping at Universal Citywalk Osaka. That’s when we came across the Eggs ‘n Things (which was fortunate because we were starting to get hungry). As it turns out, they were having a special Thanksgiving menu.

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The Roast Turkey Benedict (1500円) comes with crisp hash brown potatoes and screams Thanksgiving Day breakfast.

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On top of a crisp English muffin, you have roast turkey, cranberry sauce, and a perfectly poached egg with runny yolk. They really nailed this one.

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Eggs ‘n Things is also well known for their pancakes and monstrous servings of whipped cream. The Berry Dressed Pancakes (1680円) are super light and fluffy and covered with a mixed berry sauce and copious amounts of whipped cream. They even have guava pancake syrup!

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If you’re in Japan and missing Hawaii, this is a great place to stop by and enjoy some island music while you nosh on some serious breakfast foods.

Ōsaka-fu, Ōsaka-shi, Konohana-ku, Shimaya 6-2-52 at The Park Front Hotel at Universal Studios Japan

www.eggsnthingsjapan.com

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Posted on January 15, 2018, in Breakfast, Hawaiian, Japanese, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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