27 Replies to “Japanese Street Food – CHICKEN EGG OMELETTE RICE Japan”

  1. Tsu wak

    FUN FACT: It's called Oyako-don in Japanese, meaning "Parent and kid in a bowl"
    I love the dark humor of the guy who first named it XD

  2. Ben M

    the eggs in these street carts have much stronger color and look thicker than any eggs I have seen in the states. Is there a common process they use to thicken the eggs they use to make omelettes, or are the chickens just raised differently enough that their eggs are different.

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