Better of Los Angeles Meals & Drink: E

Best eggs: Egg Tuck

There’s just nothing that comes close to the ultimate eggsperience of a sandwich made with cage-free eggs and served on house made brioche buns at Egg Tuck. Their sandos are bulging with fluffy scrambled eggs, egg sauce similar to a light mayo and house Sriracha mayo.

There’s an avocado egg sandwich which adds fanned avocado slices and chives, or the bacon and cheese, and a ham and cheese. The Royal West combines an over medium egg, short rib patty, cheddar cheese, grilled onions, pickle, chives, egg sauce and the house Sriracha mayo. The burger-style crispy shrimp sandwich is also a winner, made with tender house made shrimp patties and a crunchy texture on the outside. Our advice — put an egg on it.

The café also carries a long list of lattes, including maple and sweet and roasted matcha, affogatos and cold brews to start off the day. The New Orleans Latte, a NOLA-style chicory cold brew coffee with milk and light maple syrup is the perfect mate for a sweet egg sandwich. —Michele Stueven

3881 Wilshire Blvd., Koreatown; (213) 302-2622; 7131 W. Sunset Blvd., #B, Hollywood;

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