Eggslut opens third branch near Gangnam Station
Eggslut opened its third Korean branch Thursday in Gangnam District, southern Seoul.
The new branch is located near Gangnam and Sinnonhyeon stations. The venue will be able to accommodate up to 90 people. according to SPC Samlip, the domestic operator of the California-based sandwich chain.
To celebrate the opening, Eggslut plans to launch a sparkling dragon fruit lemonade. It will also temporarily bring back a discontinued lobster avocado burger. It will only be available at the new branch and only 30 will be available per day.
As with the first two branches, the Gangnam Eggslut will have an open kitchen that allows customers to watch the staff preparing the food.
Customers can participate in a Social Line Up program, in which the company promises to donate 10 won for every minute a customer waits for an order to be served. Proceeds will go to World Vision, a humanitarian aid organization, to provide meals to food-challenged teenagers.
“Following COEX and Yeouido, we opened our third branch near Gangnam Station, a key commercial district in Seoul” said a spokesperson for SPC Samlip. “We will do our best to provide high-quality egg sandwiches, creatively made by our chefs, to our customers.”
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