7 Must-Try LA Dishes Topped with an Egg
Eggs don’t have to be served just for breakfast. From duck egg pizza to yolk-topped gelato, here are seven delectable egg-topped dishes that you can enjoy anytime of day.
1. Breakfast Pizza at Little Dom’s
Why have sunny side-up eggs for breakfast when you can have a breakfast egg-topped pizza instead? Little Dom’s yummy iteration features speck, tomato sauce, and ooey-gooey mozzarella cheese. 2128 Hillhurst Ave., Los Angeles, 323-661-0055
2. Shrimp and Grits at The Lobster
Seafood lovers will dig The Lobster’s shrimp and grits dish. Blue king prawns, Anson Mills grits, and sausage all get covered in a savory shrimp butter gravy. A poached egg serves as the perfect topping. 1602 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica, 310-458-9294
3. Egg Sandwich at Eveleigh
The Eveleigh knows how to do sandwiches right. Their egg sandwich features a fried egg oozing with yolk, a layer of Gruyère cheese, and swipes of Dijon mayonnaise and harissa ketchup, all squished into poppy seed bialy. 8752 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, 424-239-1630
4. Brown Rice Bowl at L.P.
At the L.P. rooftop, Sunday brunch (served weekly from noon to 4 p.m.) is all about chef Louis Tikaram’s new Asian-inspired brown rice bowl. The filling dish brings together mixed herbs, white soy and ginger, and brown rice topped with a 63-degree egg. If you want to make it even more exciting, add a couple strips of bacon or a chicken breakfast sausage to the mix. 603 N. La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, 310-855-9955
5. Duck Egg Pizza at Love & Salt
Pizza lovers are in for a treat at Love & Salt thanks to chef Michael Fiorelli’s spaghetti carbonara-inspired duck egg pizza. The delicious pie is made in the restaurant’s wood-burning oven and topped with pancetta, panna, potato, rosemary, mozzarella, Parmesan, and a duck egg cracked over it tableside. 317 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach, 310-545-5252
6. Toasted Meringue Gelato Topped with Candied Egg Yolk at Kali
Yes, you read that right. You can even enjoy egg atop dessert at Kali restaurant. Chef Kevin Meehan’s crowd-pleasing toasted meringue gelato is sprinkled with candied egg yolk shavings tableside. 5722 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, 323-871-4160
7. Croque Madame at Le Petit Paris
If you’re craving eggs and an elegant ambiance, head to Le Petit Paris in Downtown LA and order the croquet madame. The French brasserie’s gooey sandwich gets topped with an egg and served with a mixed green salad on the side. 418 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-217-4445
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