Kichi Kichi Omurice Kyoto

If you look for fun under the sun this is a place.

It isn’t a beach, it is Omurice Kichi Kichi in Kyoto an energetic, loud and action driven culinary counter experience and performance. The Omurice is the rice topped by a fresh omelette and topped with Kichi, a dark rich sauce.

I laughed to myself, sipping my ice cold creamy Yebisu, I was missing these kinds of unique Japanese experiences which only make your reminisce. Its not about the food, it is more about getting a seat at the counter to see the show and enjoy a menu of 10 simple dishes., i.e. salad, croquettes, fried cutlet, and not much more: https://kichikichi.comand getting a reservation is simple, and requires no credit card – the way it used to be, the donor system.

Ice cold & creamy beer

You go onto the website and see the dates and times available and send and reserve. You may not get an answer but the reservation is done – but son’t be late or your seat will be gone.

Fried Cutlet and

Omurice is a Japanese word for “omelet and rice” and is an omelet falls over the fried rice and is usually topped with ketchup. This time he uses a demi-glaze and it is part of his signature made by using Espagnole sauce, a basic brown sauce, and is one of Auguste Escoffier’s five mother sauces of classic French cooking.

It’s 2-Chome, Tokyo’s wild and weird cross over between the fascination of taking a simple dish, rice and egg and turning it into an extravaganza isn’t such a new thing, yet memorable. Thanks for telling me about it Alberto *__~