Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Marvellous Egg Co @ Mid Valley

Eggs are marvellous, that's for sure; Marvellous Eggs Co - which cracks open this week at Mid Valley Megamall - is hoping to eggsploit the universal popularity of eggs by serving the novelty of eggs on sticks, prepared to order in tubular pop-up cookers.

 
 
 
 Hundreds of eggs are eggspected to be sacrificed here everyday, broken in bowls & poured into vertical heating chambers.

 
 
 
 Each stick eventually rises on its own (the wait shouldn't eggsceed 10 minutes), transformed into phallic omelette rolls - fresh, hot & soft - served plain or wrapped around sausages or salmon. Variants include the 63-Degree Egg (RM5), Cherry Tomato (RM6), Chicken Frankfurter or Chicken Loaf (RM7) & Smoked Norwegian Salmon or Black Pepper Norwegian Salmon (RM8).

 
 
 These egg pops can be a bit bland on their own, but that's easily remedied with Marvellous Egg Co's creamy-flavoursome dipping sauces (one complimentary sauce per roll), including Marvellous Original 200 (mayo & spices), Marvellous Original 350 (basically the 200 with eggstra cili padi), Wasabi, Cheese, Roasted Sesame, Thai Chilli & Japanese Curry.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Ideally consumed eggstremely soon after purchase - enjoyable enough as a snack, as low-carb/high-fat comfort food.

 
Marvellous Egg Co had a successful trial run earlier this month at the Big Bad Wolf book sale; it seems set to attract many curious customers & onlookers too - especially children - at Mid Valley before potentially eggspanding elsewhere next year. 

 
Marvellous Egg Co
Centre Court, 3rd Floor (same as multiplex), Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur. Open 11am onwards

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28 comments:

  1. wow, something new again, quite interesting to know; thanks for sharing.

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    1. Ken: yeah, this was a fun find, especially since i'm one of those egg fanatics, heh :)

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  2. I remember the As Seen on TV device - there's now a business? Good grief...LOL

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    1. I know right ! It's amazing that it has now turn into a business for others. We no need go buy the gadget d "As Seen In Mid Valley" LOL

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    2. SC: heheh, entrepreneurial minds :)

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    3. June: and those gadgets can be used to make burritos and fruit rolls too, apparently :)

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    4. woah burritos though ain't that kinda small to fit in there

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    5. June: maybe mini-burritos ... not sure, but that's what the gadgets on sale have advertised previously, heh :)

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  3. I had the phallic Chicken Frankfurter with roasted sesame...goes well with a cuppa flat white...lolz! =)

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    1. Ulric: ooo, that sounds like a smart pairing ... too bad marvellous egg co at mid valley doesn't do coffee, heh :)

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  4. Something new and interesting! Too many new things to try in MV, which one should I go first? :P

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    1. CK: heheh, i think can try an egg roll here and a waffle at madame waffle on the same day ... both of them are light enough to be snacks, and they're both quite near each other at mid valley :D

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    2. Dun forget Milkcow! =)

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    3. Ulric: milkcow can combine with a visit to magnum :)

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    1. Happy walker: yay for eggs :)

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  6. Ooooo....eggstraordinary!!! I like!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: I'm glad you're eggstatic :D

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  7. Egg lovers will be eggstatic to see this... eggscellent! Hahahahah.

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    1. Baby Sumo: i think your kids will definitely enjoy this :)

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  8. Mmmm....more marvellous ways to cook my fav food...egg on a stick!

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    1. Contact: haha, yes, i welcome any outlet that makes eggs its focus :D

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  9. Dear me, what will they think of next?!

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: something equally eye-popping and memorably fun, i hope! :D

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  10. My eyes and brain feasted on everything I saw on this blog. Hay, can't wait to have my own site and share my insights from friendship, fashion to food tripping! Which made me think about this coffee shop I tried in Melbourne! The offer lovely, tasteful coffee for very cheap price! 68 DEGREES COFFEE SHOP, https://www.facebook.com/68degreesCoffeeShop ...try it when you are in the area to believe :)

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    1. Sam: 68 degrees sounds good :)

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  11. I saw this product (the cooker) being sold online but not really care to buy it as I'll predict it will just become another "hangat hangat tahi ayam" utensil in my kitchen :P But no harm trying on the egg skewer if I ever pass by the kiosk, looks like a great snack :)

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, yeah, it probably would only be used occasionally in your kitchen ... ya, maybe the next time you're in mid valley and you want a fun hot snack, can check out marvellous egg :)

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