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Osaka Ekimae Dai-ichi Building, “Nagaya Omelette Rice”

Osaka Ekimae Dai-ichi Building, “Nagaya Omelette Rice”

A miraculous omurice that astounds you with its runny and fluffy texture of the omelette.

For lunch today, I went to “Nagaya Omlet Rice”, an omurice (a Japanese dish consisting of an omelette made with fried rice) specialty restaurant situated on the second floor basement of the Osaka Station Building 1.

They have a wide selection of omurices, with a variety of sauces and toppings. Today, I decided to get the Mushroom Bacon Omurice 930Yen.
The most notable characteristic about their omurice is how thick and enormous their omelette layers are.
With an omurice like this, there is a strong desire to break apart the omelette and let the avalanche of runny eggs flow into the rice and just mix it all up, but…


“Eat as is, without breaking apart the omelette,”

says the instruction!


When I cut the omurice in half in order to observe the cross section, I found that the omelette layer was so thick that I couldn’t even see the rice.(^^


When I ate the rice entangled with the mound of eggs and the sauce,


Whoaaaaaaa, soooooo good!!
The fluffy, runny, bouncy egg texture is unbelievable!
And the rich and elegant demi-glace is pretty incredible too!


The thick-cut bacon


It really packs a punch!!

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With so many choices, I’m going to have to come here a lot. (^^,
This single-counter restaurant has a pretty sophisticated vibe, making it relatively inviting, even for a girl dining by herself, amongst the niche, little-known stores that constitute this floor.


store Nagaya Omelette Rice
tel 06-6344-2570
address B2F, Osakaekimaedai1 Bld., 1-3-1, Umeda, Kita-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka,
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transport 86m from Kitashinchi Station
opening hours 11:00~21:00
holiday Open everyday
Original(Written in Japanese)



Trying out foods for 20 years. In pursuit of "good value", "bargain price", and "make you happy" lunch, has tried about 10,000 shops. Opened a blog, "M's lunch", in May 2005. On average the blog gets 70,000 daily views. Published "M's lunch: Kansai's BEST 100" by Kodansha in 2009. With the theme of "The charismatic blogger speaks: What do trending shops have in common?", has lectured many times at the local chamber of commerce. Regularly appears in Kansai TV's program "Yo-i Don!", and presents "Good Value Lunch".