Pomu No Ki – Pomme’s Omelette Rice

Pommes Omelette Rice - Shibuya, Tokyo

Pomu No Ki (Pomme’s Omelette Rice) is a restaurant specializing in, you guessed it, omelette rice. The sheer variety in flavors and combinations has its customers coming back for more. Some of their options are also vegan-friendly.

What’s omelette rice?

Omelette rice (or omurice) is a Japanese staple cuisine that is a perfect example of Yoshoku – a western-influenced style of cuisine. It consists of an omelette made with fried rice, often fried with ketchup for an extra tomato flavor. The rice is usually prepared first and then covered or wrapped with scrambled eggs that are thinly fried and then topped with ketchup or other sauces.

An omelette rice specialty store

While you can get omelette rice at many Japanese diners and restaurants, Pomu No Ki is a popular chain that specializes in omelette rice and offers a massive selection of omelette rice dishes to choose from including vegetarian.

The Menu at Pomme’s Omelette Rice

You can try various types of sauces, from tomato-based to demiglace and Hayashi sauce. Portion sizes range from size SS which contains 2 eggs and 1.5 cups of rice to the L size which is a whopping 6 eggs and 5.5 cups of rice! Their oversized menu will show you the actual approximate measurements of each size option – check it out below.

Pro tip
The Shibuya Pomu No Ki is a large Diner style restaurant that is good for groups of 4-6 or more. If you can’t get a table for groups in Shibuya at other restaurants, Pomme’s is a great choice for weary (and hungry) groups. However, peak hours can still get crowded.

Various kinds of omelette rice
Various kinds of omelette rice

Pomu No Ki (Pomme’s Omelette Rice)

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