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Delicious and colourful Omerice Apr 22, 2013
I would just like to Thank IVY_CWK and Mjqueen7e for treating me to this delicious Omurice dinner.
This is a mega late review as we dined here ages ago!
Omurice is an omelette made with fried rice and usually topped with ketchup.
At Omerice, they specialize in Omurice and offer so many different flavoured omelettes with different sauces to choose from.
All the omurices are served with ketchup but here they have curry sauce and cream sauce to choose from as well.
We decided to try the spinach and scallop omerice and the squid ink omerice with stuff chicken wings with cheese and spinach.
While we were digging into the delicious omerices, the manageress gave us some jellyfish salad.
The cutlery there is quite cute and matches their logo, the fork resembles the cracked egg.
Chicken wings stuffed with cheese and spinach:
Spinach and scallop omerice with cream sauce:
The rice in the middle had generous pieces of scallops in it.
Squid ink omerice with cream sauce:
The jelly fish was nice and springy.
On the menu it was interesting that they had Pigeon's egg too which I tried recently at a restaurant in Ho Man Tim.
Value for Money4
too much egg for omerice Dec 19, 2012
It was a small shop but the decorations were amazing. As we arrived early at six something, there were only a few people. Without prior booking, we were offered a small private room to enjoy our meal, we were surprised and happy!
Making decisions from the menu, we intentionally ordered three different dishes: Omerice with Beef ($78), Fried Japanese Pork ($88) and Fresh Eel ($90). As my friend recommended, we would like to try semi-cooked omerice.
Spending per head: Approximately HKD110(Dinner)
Value for Money3
too expensive Jun 08, 2012
was partly attracted by the tv show
visited this little store which is in the middle of a quiet lane in a weekday evening
surprised that it was not full at 730
tried out the famous omerice with sea urchins
looked really nice
appreciated the skilfully fried warm, soft and thin egg yolk outer layer
loved the mixture of taiwanese/japanese pearl rice and sea urchins cubes
very well seasoned and moist enough
absent of any unpopular smell which happened usually to fresh seafood
but even considering all these
it simply doesn't worth $138
you know that was after all some eggs and rice and then a little little little bit of sea urchins
and i thought of the $3X lunch set in food court downstair to my place lol
Date of Visit: Jun 07, 2012
Value for Money1
Not the best food but impressive overalls Apr 21, 2012
There was this sudden urge that I wanted to eat Japanese omlette rice.
I remembered going to the Wood House in Tsim Sha Tsui for the best Japanese omlette rice I ever had in Hong Kong. But how about the Hong Kong Island? Not until I have discovered the Omerice
Charging at HKD$90 was probably too expensive for a lunch set at Tin Hau, this price could get me a more than decent lunch set in Central IFC. I wonder why that was the case for such a high price setting.. the fresh eel was not that "fresh" to me afterall.
Recommended Dish(es): Omerice with fresh eel in secret sauce
Spending per head: Approximately HKD90(Lunch)
Value for Money2
服務令人不開心 Sep 04, 2011
I sit down and ordered two rice, waited for more than half an hour, and still haven't got it. So I ask them how long I still need to edit because the two table next to us got their plates already, but they ordered after us. They explained that their rice are made one by one so it will take more time. Our plate arrived quickly after asking them, they reconfirm the order is right when they place the plate. When we pay the bill, they double check with us the plate we ordered and said they can't find the order list. I'm pretty sure that they lost the order form and totally forgot our dishes, so I'm pretty angry because they said it's the cooking time instead of apologize, they made me feel I'm rude and rush to check on their process but ots actually them forgetting our order! Okay back to quality, the source are very little, except for curry. The flavor of the rice is very hong kong-ish, nothing like the original Japanese egg rice. I'm not a big fan of it. What impressed me the most is the egg, this is pretty up to standard aside from the fact that it's not wtappi v the rice, but it's a piece if ege on top of the rice. Overall I will score 70 for the rice. I suggest everyone to try the restaurant NIJI in tsim sha tsui, whi h has the best egg rice in hk in my point of view. And ots much better than this one. One last thing I'm very uncomfortable with is, there are too much waiters. The space is tiny with among 20 sth seats, and there are around 5 waiters inside which makes me feel like they are staring at you while eating and this annoys me(and i wonder why they can left out our order in this situation since they are staring at us waiting for so long)
Recommended Dish(es): 流心蛋包飯
Date of Visit: Jul 20, 2011
Spending per head: Approximately HKD80(Dinner)
Value for Money3
wong ka man
interesting Jun 29, 2011
very nice,, i m loving it!!!!!!! the omerice at there is so nice,,,,the taste of this is same as Japan ,,,Idon't know the cooker is come fr HK or Japan,,,but his style is special,,,long curly hair and thin........haha,,,,,and the cheese chicken wing is very juicy,,,,,,and it's without bone,,,interesting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Recommended Dish(es): omerice,cheese chicken wing,beef sashimi
Date of Visit: Jun 28, 2011
Spending per head: Approximately HKD170(Dinner)
Value for Money5