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. It's nestled away from the hustle and bustle of Ipswich Rd near Chardon's Corner.
CAFE O-MAI COVID MESSAGE 14/7/2020
Do not enter our venue if you feel unwell/ have Covid- 19 symptoms or have travelled
There is a dining time limit of approx. 1 hour.
Please sign in
All guests must register their contact details when dining out PLEASE GO to https://visitsafe.at/cafeomai
There is a QR code available at our venue. You must sign in before we take your orders.
No physical menu’s provided
Please view our menu on your phone or take a photo of the menu boards in store. Staff are happy to answer any questions.
We currently are permitted to serve 50 guests at our venue.
We take limited bookings
Walk-ins welcomed. First in first served. Please note we do not take bookings close to the time of arrival.
The store discourages any queuing outside the store entrance.
Please observe all social distancing rules when dining in or waiting for takeaway
For your peace of mind our:
Tables and chairs are sanitised between use Hand sanitisers readily available throughout the venue
With the recent hike in beef prices there will be a slight increase on all dishes containing beef. $1-$2 increase Thank you for your understanding. Price changes will be effective on 14/7/2020