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About Us

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.

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Our Menu

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 premise.  Our fresh baguettes are hand made from the talented baker Minh at Patisseries Bakery & De Francs in Sunnybank Hills.

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Contact Us

We love to help cater for your next event.  Whether its small or big we can help design a menu to suit your budget. Please contact us on (07) 3255 9778 for enquiries

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Our Story

Cafe O-mai is a family run business with Mummy Kim in the kitchen and Maggie at the front.  Our story is common like any other Vietnamese refugee of the 1980's, we started from humble beginnings sewing away to make a living.  Even though we had nothing at the time a bowl of noodles meant so much.  I do believe there is a resilient streak humming in all Vietnamese people.  My strong work ethics has been droned into me from my mother.