Updated: October 29, 2019
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Delicious fluffy 'omurice' in Omotesando at 'litte pool coffee'

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Omurice is a popular Japanese dish that basically consists of a Japanese-style omelette on fried rice. A good place to try this simple, yet delicious dish is at little pool coffee in the Omotesando-Harajuku area.

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Little pool coffee

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Little pool coffee is a small 5-seat shop in Omotesando that is worth lining up at to get a taste of their super fluffy omurice (Japanese-style omelette on rice). As you can see, it is very popular with young women.

So soft it jiggles

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Pretty much everyone one orders this Omurice Torotoro (¥850). Regardless of whether you have it inside the restaurant or to go, it comes in this paper box. It's so perfectly shaped that it's almost a shame to eat. It's heavier than it looks too, and when you move it, it literally jiggles because the center is still runny.
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Cut it open with your spoon for the runny inside to spread. Seeing the runny inside overflow is the most satisfying part of eating omurice!
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Voila! This is the end result. The omelette spread open should cover entirely the bed of rice.
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The rice is actually a stir-fried mix of onion and chicken with a ketchup sauce.

And of course, there is the really fluffy egg part that melts in your mouth as you chew, releasing the perfect amount of savouriness and sweetness.
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The cheese adds a little more richness and savouriness to the dish that is much appreciated.

This is truly an awesome omurice!

This time I tried the "torotoro" one, which is runny in its center, but they also have the "kurumi" option that is more thoroughly cooked.
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Note that they have refreshing, original drinks too.

Give little pool coffee a try next time you're in the Omotesando area!
tabikamome
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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