Do you know the famous omelet rice of the long-established Western restaurant "Tsutsui" in Kayabacho, Tokyo? The visuals and taste are a little different from what you imagine when you hear "omelet rice". And it has a novel texture and is very delicious .
◆ 6-7 minutes walk from Kayabacho StationTsutsui is a 6-7 minute walk from Tokyo Metro Kayabacho Station.
The first floor of the store is the kitchen, and the audience seats are divided into the second and third floors.
The signboard menu is "Toro Toro Omurice" (1,350 yen plus tax) that keeps the crying child silent! When I was secretly listening to the orders of customers who visited one after another, it seems that the limited 20 meals "Hamburger steak" (1,000 yen plus tax) is also popular.
◆ Eggs and rice are mixed!What was brought in was not the omelet rice wrapped in rice with thinly baked eggs, or the omelet on top of the rice, but the omelet rice that was baked after mixing the rice and eggs .
The omelet rice comes with a two-color sauce. Sour tomato sauce and rich creamy sauce. These two sauces are insanely delicious! I especially liked the mellow cream sauce.
The eggs on the surface are hot, but the eggs inside are soft-boiled with a trolley. As a result, the moment you put it in your mouth, it has a fluffy mouthfeel, and when you chew it, you can enjoy the texture of Trottro!
Even if the rice is mixed with eggs, it is not sticky at all. Rather, it can be loosened by just chewing lightly. Thick ham is fully embraced in the rice, and the food is perfect.
A volumey omelet rice with plenty of eggs, fresh cream, and demiglace sauce is good, but I wonder if the omelet rice that you can enjoy the deliciousness of the sauce and the unique texture of the chef's skill in the refreshing and simple taste is worth eating at least once!
In addition, Tsutsui also has "Orthodox" omelet rice wrapped in eggs and ketchup, so you may want to try and compare them!