Try Omotesando Koffee’s Japanese Egg Sandwich
Omotesando Koffee offers a simple but delicious Japanese egg sandwich also known as the “egg sando.”
This establishment made its debut in December last year. After almost a year, its popularity skyrocketed and one of the popular offerings that it has is the egg sandwich. Omotesando Koffee is located in Rockwell.
Aside from the coffee and beverages, the restaurant also offers a variety of a short selection of sweet and savory bites, based on the article in Spot.ph. This selection includes the Egg Sando which costs P350.
The Japanese egg sandwich comes in a folded carton box. There’s a top plastic sheet inside the box that needs to be peeled and underneath it is the three pieces of the egg sandwich cut into rectangles. With this kind of packaging, customers will surely be enticed to take a bite.
It has been a part of the Japanese culture to include eggs in their cuisine. Typically, a Japanese egg sandwich would feature great-quality eggs simply boiled, chopped, and bound together with Japanese mayo. This will be spread in between pillowy slices of shokupan a.k.a. white bread.
That is one kind of doing the egg sandwich but there is another one and Omotesando Koffee. In the second method, eggs are turned into a sort of thick omelet, which is similar to tamagoyaki. The simplest description of this is egg flan or custard that’s about half to three-quarters of an inch thick. It is like an egg pie or leche flan but more savory and smooth.
Along with this delicious egg sandwich, customers can enjoy Cold Brew (P215). Another option is the Kashi (P60/piece, P300/box of five). It is the restaurant’s signature baked custard, similar to a cube-shaped canele.
Visit Omotesando Koffee at UG/F Power Plant Mall, Lopez Drive, Rockwell, Makati City.
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