Updated: December 13, 2018
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Casual yet Splendid Omurice Experience at Pomme no Ki!

Pomme no Ki (or Pomunoki (ポムの樹)) is a chain that is specialized in Omurice (omelette filled with rice). Omurice is a very popular Japanese dish that Japanese people recognize as one of the traditional Japanese cuisines. Let's see what is so special about Pomme no Ki and why they are so popular!

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Pomme no Ki

Pomme no Ki is a Western style restaurant chain that is specialized in Omurice. They are ranked No.1 for Oricon Japan Customer Satisfaction Ranking in 2016, which tells us that the service and Omurice that they provide is beyond amazing.
Japan is pretty good at turning western food into their original, Japanese food, and Pomme no Ki offers so many different kinds of original Omurice menu!
They are really flexible and generous with size too. They have four options, SS, S, M and L size so that any customers can enjoy their Omurice. No wonder they were chosen as No.1 for the customer satisfaction ranking right?
As I mentioned above, you can choose your Omurice's size from SS, S, M, and L. SS uses 2 eggs with one and a half rice bowls amount of rice (100 yen cheaper than S size!). S is their standard size, which uses 3 eggs with 2 rice bowls amount of rice. If you are looking for a filing experience, you should order M that uses 3 rice bowls worth of rice and 4 eggs (+200 yen than S size), or if you are really hungry, go for L size where they use 6 eggs and 6 rice bowls amount of rice (+400 yen)!
Their rice has four different kinds. You cannot choose which one you want to try, because they have already chosen the perfect combination of rice and sauce/flavor for us. They have ketchup rice, butter flavored rice, Japanese style rice (with soy sauce and bonito), and dried curry rice.

Menu

People get shocked when they see the numbers of Omurice available on Pomme's menu - there are SO MANY! Being the most indecisive person myself, it'd take forever for me to choose what kind of Omurice I want to try. Just to make your decisions a little easier, I will briefly introduce their popular menu and their seasonal offer!
The most basic Omurice is Ketchup Omurice, and its fluffy eggs and flavorful ketchup rice are what people love. You can't underestimate it just because it is a standard Omurice - their sweet onion and chicken adds umami to its delicious ketchup rice and it is just amazing.
If you want to enjoy the rich taste, you should try beef-stew Omurice! Perfect treat for a rough, tiring day, this delicious Omurice can help to brighten up your day.
Mentaiko-mayo Omurice is another must-try Omurice! With lots of mayo on top, mentaiko, seaweed, eggs and rice is just a dreamy combination.
If you like cream sauce, you should definitely try their "chicken teriyaki and spinach cream sauce Omurice"! Teriyaki chicken adds an exquisite accent to its mild creamy sauce.
Their seasonal menu is spicy curry Omurice! They have Keema curry, chicken curry and seafood curry sauce Omurice. Such a perfect dish for hot summer day! You should definitely give it a try.

Every month on the 6th day is Pomme's Day!

On every month's 6th day, if you order SS sized Omurice, you get 30% off!

Try their fluffy and delicious Omurice at Pomme no Ki!

The link below will take you to their store locator. Unfortunately, Japanese website is only available, but it could be helpful in some situations, so I will provide you the link! I hope you have a great Omurice experience at Pomme no Ki!
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