Founded in 2011, Omerice has always been a top choice among Hongkongers when it comes to this beloved Japanese staple. Aside from offering the typical wrap-style omurice, the restaurant also does the classic dish by blanketing the rice with an omelette that opens like a flower when sliced – a showstopper dish, really. Try the signature eel omurice ($128) or opt for other flavoured fillings such as pork ($98), seafood ($168), and even truly innovative ones like dong yum goong ($168), and you’ll understand why foodies fall in love with this place despite its relatively high price tag.
Omurice may not be the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of Japanese cuisine, but this simple delicacy is definitely an egg-cellent dish that’ll satisfy you at any time of the day. Sure, you can cook up some rice, wrap it in an egg omelette and customise your very own omurice at home. But why bother when we’ve already scoped out some of the city’s best omelette rice offerings for you? So, read on, take your pick and get your eggy fix. By Natalie Lam
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