O-Mai translates "dried apricot" or "teenager" in Vietnamese.
Cafe O-mai (pronounced Cafe Oh my) is a little quirky and intimate Vietnamese cafe situated in the suburb of Annerley. Its nestled away from the hustle and bustle of Ipswich Rd near Chardon's Corner.
Its a safe place to catch up with an old friend or have a good cup of coffee with the paper.
Our menu reflects our Vietnamese heritage with some western influence in our breakfast menu. Its not fusion, so don't get it confused! Our slices, cakes, muffins and biscuits are baked on the premises. Our fresh baguettes are freshly baked.
Our philosophy is to not over complicate our fresh produce. We strive on preserving natural flavours and do not add any msg to our dishes. We hand make everything from the lemongrass pork sausages to our spring rolls in store. We do not discriminate on diet restrictions so if you are gluten/dairy intolerant we can cater for your needs.
We don't judge on your budget, our menu fits in with everyone hip pocket. Its our goal to educate the burbs of Brisbane a new way of eating! Yes you can have a bowl of Pho (pronounced "Fur") at 7am. In the streets of Vietnam there are numerous vendors selling Banh mi (baguettes) and steaming hot soups for breakfast. So get your pho on and head to Cafe O-Mai for something different and special.