Eggslut is a fast food restaurant in Los Angeles and Las Vegas known for its signature dish "The Slut", a coddled egg on pureed potatoes. It was founded by Alvin Cailan. The name refers to a chef who simply adds an egg to everything to make it better. The first public use of it was by chef Anthony Bourdain in season 5, episode 5, of his show No Reservations, which aired on February 2, 2009.
The Grand Central Market in Los Angeles was named as one of the top 10 new U.S. restaurants by Bon Appétit for 2014, and Eggslut is mentioned.The restaurant's name has been included in a list of risqué names by KCET and the New York Times, with Eli Altman stating that having a boring name may mean that an advertisement doesn't attract attention, and 65 percent of respondents of a KCET poll stating they would be more likely to visit a restaurant with a "gross name".
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