The House of Omurice brings you Bali’s own Black Eye Coffee & Roastery to the heart of the capital. What can we expect from this collab?
First of all, they created several new dishes to be paired with the coffee creations. Remains consistent to its egg-loving DNA, the eatery introduces Gyukin Omurice, Kuro Salted Egg, Lava Omurice, Wagyutan, and Japanese Grill. If you’re new to the concept, omurice stands for omelette and rice. The Gyukin Omurice lets their guests to live-grill their beef while the Lava Omurice is created for those who love their eggs to be slightly melted – the art for this Lava Omurice is quite intricate that the team at House of Omurice went straight to Japan to get the knowledge. They just unleashed this dish after 6-month of research and development phase.
On the other hand, the Tabanan-native coffee, Black Eye, is unleashing their creations to be paired with the sensational menu of House of Omurice. Both hot and iced (but we really recommend the iced coffee beverages!) all are perfectly complemented the egg creations. The superstar of the beverage is Lone Ranger, coffee with fruit (orange and melon) syrups to spoil your tastebuds. Give it a try at Jakarta’s Kota Kasablanka.