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Oma’s Hideaway



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Oma’s Hideaway shows off the city's love for fun, Asian-influenced mash-ups. There’s char siu and longan chimichurri, curry fries with salted egg yolk aioli, Fruity Pebbles Rice Krispie treats kissed with lime leaf and lemongrass, and more dishes inspired by the chef’s Chinese-Malaysian grandmother. Somehow, it all just works—and is perfect for sharing. The space, with fun sea creature wallpaper, disco balls, and ‘70s light fixtures, is the perfect spot to catch up with friends and get much-needed serotonin after a long week. 

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