Translation:I like eggs.
Just the egg itself is たまご, but food with egg in it often drops the ご, as we can call an egg sandwich 玉サンド/たまサンド. However this pattern sometimes refers to totally different things, e.g. 玉ねぎ means Onion (which is actually related because onion is a similar plant to ねぎ/spring onion but onion is round shaped like an egg).
My impression was that tomago were eggs cooked in steam so that the yolks were creamy, and eggu (in katakana probably) were your everyday eggs, cooked every which way Western style. Could someone enlighten me? For instance, what is a raw egg most often called? Arigato.