Let's talk about their eggs.
Slowed cooked eggs, with aerated truffle, pancetta and toasted brioche toast. This warm, mousse-like mush is not exactly my family's favourite. A mimic of Singapore's soft boiled egg, mildly savoury from the pancetta and heighten by the truffle. But dipping those toast (wished I had more), makes the dish pleasant and delicious to eat. The toast soaked up the brioche toast, giving the soggy-crunchy texture.