Updated: June 07, 2019
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Best Omurice Restaurants to Try in Shinjuku


Omurice is an acronym for "omelette and rice" in Japanese. It is made of an omelette with chicken rice (ketchup-mixed fried rice) inside and ketchup on top. This is a great modern Japanese dish to try, and Shinjuku would be a great place to eat it!

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1. Restaurant Hayashiya (レストラン はやしや)

This restaurant is a yoshoku (Western-influenced Japanese cuisine) restaurant. It has a variety of dishes, but the omurice at this restaurant is especially popular. Its omurice only costs ¥700, so it is super reasonable.
The omurice it serves is nothing unusual or unique. However, this standard omurice is one of the best omurice you can eat in Tokyo. If you want to try authentic omurice, this restaurant is the place to go.

2. Tamago to Watashi Shinjuku Mylord (卵と私 新宿ミロード店)

Tamago to Watashi is a restaurant that only serves omurice. It has many omurice with various kind of sauces on top. It is nice that each omurice only costs about ¥1200, and the restaurant is only 1 minute away from Shinjuku station.
The picture above is one of the most popular menu items of the restaurant. It is famous for an extra soft egg without any sauce on top.

Taimenken Delica (たいめんけん・デリカ)

This restaurant serves omurice with demiglace sauce. This omurice with demiglace sauce tastes different than the standard one with ketchup. Demiglace sauce gives the omurice a richer taste.
The restaurant is also famous for the omurice called tampopo omurice. This omurice does not look that soft, but as the video does, when you cut it, the soft-boiled part of the eggs comes out. You should definitely try this soft omurice.

4. MOUTON (ムートン)

This restaurant is famous for white omurice. It is made of special eggs that have white yolk, with bolognese rice and cheese-based white sauce. You can eat this rare omurice for ¥1800.
This omurice is Insta-worthy because of its colour and soft-boiled yolk inside the omurice. The mixture of yolk, rice, and cheese sauce tastes great and is definitely worth a try.

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