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Dropped by Omoté before an interview and adored their lovely ambience and the amazing, affordable chirashi! Unfortunately, the Tokyo Gyu Don ($13.80) paled in comparison to the outstanding chirashi. Although the beef was tender and flavourful, it was on the saltier side, and the rice was also soaked in soya sauce which made the whole thing a salt fest. The egg, however, was done perfectly with a gorgeous flowy yolk. Nonetheless, coming to Omoté should mean instinctively sticking to their chirashi dons, which is rightfully what they are known for.