Ros omelette, also known as ras omelette is a snack and street food in Goan cuisine . Ros means "gravy" in Konkani. It is a spicy gravy of either chicken, which is often similar to xacuti which is commonly seen in the Goan Catholic style of cooking. If it is not a xacuti then it is probably a spicy gravy consisting of onions, curry leaves, black mustard seeds, scraped coconut and spices mostly prepared by Goan Hindus.
The omelette contains eggs, herbs, finely chopped green chili peppers, onions (or shallots), finely chopped fresh green coriander and salt, with many variations. The ros is cooked separately. The hot ros is poured over the freshly fried omelette and served with Goan bread. Ros omelette is traditionally sold by food carts lined across the various towns of Goa. These carts start dispensing the same early evenings and continue to serve them after midnight. Ros omelette is best served with chopped onions and a dash of lime juice sprinkled on top of the completed dish.