Beef Demi Glacé Omurice

$15.00 · 3 Reviews

For all things beef, look no further than this hole-in-the-wall in Sunshine Plaza! You're bound to curb your meaty cravings with the wide offerings here – from the umami, perfectly roasted Roast Beef Don ($24 for 150g), to the flavourful Beef Demi Glacé Omurice ($15), featuring tomato fried rice under a silky omelette blanket and tender beef slices with a savoury demi glacé sauce on the side.
Photo by Burppler Jonathan Lim Jia Jun

Nestled in the basement of Sunshine Plaza, this tiny but bustling spot serves Japanese comfort food at their best. For an instant moodlift, go for the Beef Demi Glacé Omurice ($15) that features silky omelette and equally melty slices of roast beef. Another yummy alternative is the appetising Gyutan Don With Salted Spring Onion Sauce ($28) starring thick, chunky pieces of ox tongue. It's safe to say you'd be belly happy with the bowls here!
Photo by Burppler Veronica Phua

You don’t have to travel to Osaka to have “Omurice Cafe Yellow Gourmet” because you can now get it right here in Singapore at 2-months-old “Deli’s Kitchen” in Sunshine Plaza.
Pictured above is the “Beef Demi Glacé Omurice” which was really good apart from it being slightly under-seasoned for me. Of course there are those of you who might be fine with it since taste is a very subjective thing 😊.
I do feel this dish is value-for-money at $15++ as the ingredients were more than decent in quality. There was no faulting those slices of very tender roast beef which combined well with the demi glacé sauce. The eggs too were cooked perfectly luscious and runny.
For $5++ more, we turned this into a set meal that included a salad, an appetiser plus a drink (everything on the menu is available except for the smoothie). Besides the many variations of Yellow Gourmet’s omurice, you can also find other kinds of popular Japanese delights here. These include Kuroge Wagyu burgers in all sorts of permutations from Burgers Café Grill Fukuyoshi, grilled ox tongue from Gyutan Senri, Jinbocho Roast Beef Don, Hakata Black Curry from Bistro Ryu and Beef Katsu from Kurobeko.
You might want to take note that the space at Deli’s Kitchen isn’t very big and the ambience isn’t that fancy. So I would suggest going there with the aim of having their food.