Price range: ¥1900+
Omu-rice is a mashup of Japanese and Western cuisine. It is fried rice wrapped or topped with a fried-egg wrap. The omu is a shortened transliteration of omelette. It’s quick, tasty and delicious. Here are our top picks for chowing down on omu-rice in Tokyo.
A bit of a pricier option, Restaurant Azuma prepares their omu-rice right before the customer’s eyes. The eggs are cooked just enough to hold their shape, giving Azuma’s dish a unique taste and texture. Using only the finest ingredients and artfully crafting their dishes with care has kept this restaurant running for over 100 years.
¥2500 lunch, 3700 dinner