Good old classic Japanese style omu-rice. The rice is fried with luncheon meat and onions cut up in cubes, with just enough tomato sauce to give it a nice flamingo hue. Unlike the traditional omelette found in most omu-rice that’s thin and smooth like a newborn infant’s skin, the omelette here gave a more “home cooked” feel. Something my mom might make, when she’s in the mood. The cappuccino that came it was not fantastic, but I obviously wasn’t expecting Italian coffee in a Japanese bakery, especially when it only costs an extra dollar. The omelette rice costs S$8.50 on its own, and you can choose between tomato sauce and chilli sauce. Top up a dollar to include drinks, and add an extra dollar if you want cheese.
cute kitty sleeping
i’m going to load an e-book about java scripts into my phone and then put the phone under my pillow when i sleep tonight.
perhaps by the power of osmosis, the contents of the book will be magically loaded into my brain.
then tomorrow when i go to work, i’ll suddenly be able to debug all that crazy java script.
Not the best that I’ve tasted, but still considered one of the better ones. Rice was not as fragrant a expected. Chicken cutlet was over-done to the point where the batter was more hard than crunchy. Egg omelette was too thin and not “eggy” enough. Long beans was ok, but could be spicier. Same goes for the chilli. It just didn’t give enough oomph, although this is comparatively one of the more memorable nasi lemak chillis I’ve had so far. Price is slightly on the steep side, my order cost me S$5.00 #local