Here’s the best part- It is crispy with slightly salty taste on the outside while a perfectly cooked foamy egg is the inside when you dig into it. You can imagine eating a souffle more than a traditional omelette.
La Mere Poulard is a restaurant and hotel on Mont Saint-Michel, France. They have been making the giant fluffy omelette for about 200 years now. The restaurant was founded by Anne “Annette” Boutiaut (1851-1931). She found customers came and went quickly with the tide, and therefore giving her an idea of cooking the best omelette to make them stay.
It then soon became famous for its specialty giant omelette. Did we mentioned that it is several inches thick by the way? In summertime 2009, the cheapest omelette was €18 per 100 gram (the minimal portion is 250 gram, thus €45 for the dish). The price was increased in June 2012.
You can choose to be served along with some side dishes like broccoli, potatoes, beans, mushrooms, and sauce to make it a perfect meal. Make your reservation first to avoid disappointment.
Tokyo Intl. Forum 3-5-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo