C4.02.00, Level 4, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Mall
168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-2141 0122
FB : Omaya Pavilion
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently went to the launching event of renowned Korean cuisine restaurant, Omaya’s fourth branch at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
Omaya is a well-known brand of Korean cuisine restaurant, so-called the largest Korean cuisine restaurant in Taiwan, obtaining a total of approximately 60 branches in Taiwan. Omaya is proud to be known as “The 10 Best Korean Cuisine Restaurant” by the Taiwan media, Apple Daily Taiwan, Yahoo press and so on.
I like its comfortable and innovative dining experience. Omaya applied the concept of construction site that is bold and new. The association between black and yellow color has brightened the environment, making it externally looks distinctive yet fashionable.
Omaya upholds the most genuine culinary skill of Korean cuisine, coupled with the fresh ingredients that directly imported from Korea, that’s how a delightful dish is being served to the customer.
The signature in Omaya that you just can’t miss, Lee Kwang-Soo Cheese Dakgalbi used to appear in the Korean drama ‘It’s Okay, That’s Love’. With combination of the Sautéed Chuncheon Spicy Fried Chicken (RM68) and the cheese ring, it is said to abound in good-looking, savory smell and tasty flavor.
With a menu that caters to the needs of everyone, you can also choose to have it with Squid + Chicken (RM86), Pork Chop + Chicken (RM82) or Beef Steak + Chicken (RM106). It serves together with kimchi, soup, lettuce or plain rice as complimentary.
The specialty Korean cuisine in Omaya is far more interesting than you have imagined! I am really impressed with this world record of 1200mm Korean BBQ Skewer (RM138) that hang from the ceiling, what a fancy way to tantalize your taste buds with complimentary of grilled egg, kimchi, crunchy lettuce and dipping sauce. Diners can add on Premium Pork Belly, Premium Pork Shoulder, Premium Beef Steak, Lettuce, or Deep Sea Squid to the skewer to enhance your gastronomic experience.
Cheese, cheese, and more cheese! This is simply an indulgence not to be missed for the cheese lovers. We had the Deep Fried Squid Cheesy Toppokki Stew (RM58), other choices including fried chicken (RM38), clams (RM32), and pork ribs (RM75), so deliciously good till you can’t help but to scream out ‘OMAYA’.
Having the Busan Giant Seafood Platter (RM148) would be a truly ultimate experience for the seafood lovers! Fresh seafood like mussels, squids, prawns, scallops, oysters, crabs and others laid out on a tray would make the perfect choice to be shared between 2-3 pax, with complimentary udon noodles and dipping sauce to make it as a complete meal.
I enjoyed this Honey Makgeolli (RM36.90) for its smooth texture with hint of sweetness at the end, just nice for a female drinker like me. Other Korean alcoholic drinks you can try at Omaya include Watermelon Soju Cocktail and Fruit Flavoured Beer.
My blogger friend with her Cotton Candy Fizzy Drink (RM9.90) where you can choose to have it with Passionfruit Pineapple, Blueberry Grape, Orange Mango or Orange Passionfruit Yogurt. I must admit, it has a very interesting presentation.
There is an excavator at the entrance of Omaya Pavilion for customers to take photo with while waiting for the queue.
Omaya is committed to present the most authentic Korean cuisine and engaging dining experience. Jom Korean cuisine addicts, let’s go to Omaya now for the most locally Korean foods without burning your wallet to purchase flight ticket to Korea!
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