Bagels, bagels, bagels. Who can get enough of these delectable round, carb-filled morsels? The best kinds of bagels are those that come stuffed with ingredients, and the newly opened Wooly’s Bagels provides just that.
Wooly’s Bagels, located along 89 Rangoon Road, is a Muslim-owned establishment specialising in a variety of stuffed bagels. Each bagel comes in the options of Plain, Cheese or Sesame.
Go for Wooly’s Bagel’s GTFBagel (S$10.50), filled with chicken ham slices, scrambled eggs, hash browns and truffle mayo. You can also opt to add S$1 for nacho cheese. Alternatively, a more Japanese-inspired treat is Chic Teriyaki (S$12.80), containing teriyaki chicken thigh, scrambled eggs, furikake and truffle mayo.
Fried chicken lovers can opt for Double Chicken Frizzle (S$13.90), consisting of fried chicken thighs, cheese and scrambled eggs. Of course, Wooly’s Bagels also has the classic Bagel & Lox (S$14.90), filled with house-made garlic herb cream cheese and smoked salmon, for a simple yet satisfying meal.
Plain Dwayne (S$8.80) is a simple creation stuffed with truffle mozzarella eggs, while Pastramania (S$14.50) contains beef pastrami slices, scrambled eggs and truffle mayo. Craving something more local-inspired? Go for the Otah Kau (S$12.60), a bagel that comes with mackerel otah, scrambled eggs and a mildly spicy sauce.
Indulge your sweet tooth with the Bagel SMORE’S (S$7.90), a dessert bagel made with roasted marshmallows and Nutella. Wooly’s Bagel’s even has a Mac & Cheese (S$5), in case you’re not in the mood for bagels.
Finally, quench your thirst with either a Milkshake (S$6.90), available in the flavours of Vanilla, Chocolate, Milo or Oreo, or a simple glass of Life’s Lemonade (S$3.50).
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