About us

In 1982, at the age of 21, Rajubhai Rana rented a handcart to start Raju Omlet while also working at a printing press. As fans adored his novelties, he quit his full-time job, and in 1995, he opened his own shop. Now there are more than a dozen locations in India, Dubai and Kuwait. While eggs are mostly eaten for breakfast around the world, Rajubhai created a tradition to enjoy eggs all day and especially late at night! To this day, Raju Omlet in Vadodara is a late-night, self-service eatery where you receive a ticket when placing your order, wait for your meal, and eat on-the go!

In 2012, Raju Omlet received the Times Now Foodie Award for the Best Roadside Dhaba. Rising from humble beginnings, Rajubhai embodies the entrepreneurial spirit of Gujarat. Thirty-five years later, he still enjoys coming up with new dishes and personally cooking for his fans around the world.

On a trip back home, Prashant Shah and Vijesh Patel reminisced of their childhood memories at Raju Omlet. They were eager to bring the same taste and quality to America for “eggetarians” but decided to include vegetarian options such as butter paneer tikka, paneer bhurji and paneer tikka rice. Raju’s Egg and Veg brings to you countless egg and paneer delicacies, made fresh and from scratch.

Exceptional Egg Dishes

Egg samplers

Egg samplers

Looking for a quick, but hearty breakfast? You can’t go wrong with a breakfast sampler filled with eggs, bread and bacon.

Egg Curry

Egg Curry

it is exceptionally good when you are not in a mood to cook something elaborate but wish to make quick delicious food.

Egg Roast

Egg Roast

Egg roast or egg fry is a great accompaniment to bread, steamed plain rice.

We bring to you Rajubhai Rana’s original egg specialties from Vadodara
Our dishes are made to order and from scratch
We use imported Amul butter and cheese
Egg like you’ve never had before

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Restaurant HunterRestaurant Hunter
An Indian restaurant like no other on the Island
Your local diner does not evince one scintilla of the creativity that Raju’s brings to bear on the incredible, edible egg.
I have never eaten anything remotely like butter boil tikka, but now I don’t want to stop. Just as good is the green boil tikka, whose green sauce sings with the freshness of mint.

Egg-centric Hicksville restaurant is a must-visit for vegetarians

I loved every one I tried, but give the nod to the fennel-seed spiced omelet, whose filling had that extra jolt bestowed by fennel seeds.
“Half-fry” is the charmingly accurate descriptor for sunny-side up eggs, and Rajubhai could probably have succeeded if his restaurant served only masala half fry, trembly yolked eggs strewed with fresh chilies, tomato, garlic, ginger and masala.
Baroda TimesBaroda TimesCEO
Their omelettes are simply awesome. Also, don't miss rice bhurji and boil tikka rice.