Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Omulab @ Section 17, Petaling Jaya

Omulab's eggs-tensive menu keeps the yolks coming: Omurice (omelette with fried rice) is the top temptation, offered in a range of thoughtful combinations - wafu fried rice with blue cheese sauce (RM21.50), squid ink fried rice with white sauce, ebiko fried rice with mentaiko sauce, minced beef fried rice with demi-glace, kimchi fried rice with tomato sauce, and mixed herb rice with Japanese curry sauce. Through it all, the constant is the soft, warm omelette that envelops the grains - comfort food for fans of fusion fare.

Albumen addicts have numerous other fun options too: Deep-fried mantou buns stuffed with smoked duck and sliced omelette (RM13.90), sushi-style rolls made of wrapped omelette with crabsticks and bonito flakes (RM15.90), egg custard pudding (RM5) and even a Vietnamese-influenced egg coffee, prepared with pasteurised eggs (RM15). Matcha lattes come in intriguing flavours too, spiked with nuances of sakura, salt and more.

Omulab by Slurp
7, Jalan 17/45, Section 17, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Open Tues-Sun, 1030am-1030pm. Tel: 03-7492-7506


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10 comments:

  1. Thanks for all the food sharing.
    Just a suggestion: Is it possible to put captions underneath each food photo to know the name of the dish shown in the photos?

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    1. Mun: thanks for reading! Sorry for the confusion - I usually try to describe the dishes in the order of the photos, but I understand it can sometimes be difficult to refer to the text and photos at the same time: I’m not sure I’ll use captions, but I’ll try to put the descriptions more clearly under the photos. Thanks for the suggestion! :)

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  2. I'd go for the deep-fried mantao. There's smoked duck and I love that!

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    1. Suituapui: oh yes, that’s quite an indulgent snack! :D

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  3. That's a good concept. I think restaurants now have to outdo one another with concepts more than anything. Especially with easy sharing of photos and experience online.

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    1. Lux G: that’s true - it does allow for a lot of wacky and creative ideas, which can be fun for the customer :)

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  4. The omurice not really looks like the Japanese version I've seen, this seem like slightly overcooked.

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    1. Choi Yen: ooo, if you visit, I guess you can request for them to avoid the overcooked style :)

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    2. I've been here, and their omurice actually opens like the typically runny Japanese style.

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