Om Vegetarian

Om Vegetarian

Capitol Arcade | Shop 17, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia

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4 💬138 Bewertungen

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Delve into the sumptuous menu at Om Vegetarian. Situated in Capitol Arcade | Shop 17, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia, this diner leaves a lasting impression with its remarkable dishes. A coveted rating of 4 and an army of satisfied patrons reflected in 144 reviews – we are not just a restaurant, but a landmark of great taste and exceptional dining. Join us and partake in this unique gastronomic adventure. Despite the present rating of 4, the aspiration is to ascend. The 144 reviews are beneficial critiques towards that goal. Craving our cuisine? Order via http://www.omvegetarian.com/, your virtual bistro to a meal to remember.


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Roscoe Feeney
Roscoe Feeney

We visited Om because the sign outside said "all you can eat for $6.50" - which seemed too good to be true (and it was). Obviously you do get what you pay for, however the service we experienced was very below average. The girl who served us didn't smile once, spoke rudely, and threw our plates onto the table. The entire place seemed very unclean, and some things were wrapped in aluminium foil, which I found quite strange. As for the food itself, it was okay, (again, you get what you pay for), but there definitely far superior places to eat in the nearby area. One thing I did like was that they serve free meals to those who cannot afford it between 3 and 4.

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Call +6196713513 for questions or prices. The full menu from Om Vegetarian in Melbourne!

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Reviews

Prof. Roger O'Reilly DDS
Prof. Roger O'Reilly DDS

Well Peeps,Went to Melbourne for 4 days business. Spent an absolute fortune in Pubs and Restaurants on food and then would you believe, I found this little joint. The annoying part was the fact it was right next door to the motel I was staying.The place isn't 3 or 4 star when it comes to the layout but it was packed with punters and now I know why.The food was sensational for what you got, fresh as and if you thought you were still hungry, you simply took your tray back to the counter and they would fill it up again.And for $6.50 for all you can eat, show me a cheaper joint in the middle of the city.The one dish you have to try is the chilli cucumbers ( well I thought they were cucumbers), Don't care, they were bloody delicious and packed a bite.You don't get them on your tray, they are in little bowls just around the corner of the front counter, you just take one, they don't mind.On the roti bread, Man, what a taste sensation. I ate the whole thing.My only regret is I wish I found it sooner, I would have eaten there every night and I'm meat lover.Check it out.Made Wijaya


Einar Schmitt
Einar Schmitt

Good meal deal at OM and I had lunch there one afternoon with $6.5 all you can eat lentils and curry and rice.


Devante Cummings
Devante Cummings

Om is a favourite and I return there often. Basic veg/vegan food, as much as you can eat if you order a thali, and at amazingly low cost. Don't expect anything fancy - it is basic, and the food to is basic but good. If you are vegan ask for vegan naan when you oder your thali.


Sim McCullough
Sim McCullough

Great Value. Cool little place. Authentic Food. You will leave with a full tummy and a full heart. There are queues at lunchtime. Enjoy!


Dr. Johnathan Padberg Jr.
Dr. Johnathan Padberg Jr.

Its definitely not the Taj Mahal but its worth giving it a try. Like everyone else I hesitated before going in but am glad I did. Had the all-you-eat thaali menu and it was worth the price. With fresh naan and a generous portion of everything it was hard to go back for seconds. I must admit I did go for a refill though I felt stupid standing there like Oliver Twist with my plate waiting for the refill. The atmosphere inside is pretty laid back and with mismatched chairs and tables and plastic cups for water it was certainly an experience.


Blaise Crona
Blaise Crona

I'm a vegetarian currently on a tight backpacker budget - could this place be any more perfect - I initially thought. With the cheap costs taken into account, I can still safely say this is the worst 'Indian' food I have ever had. It had no flavour or substance, instead it was just a watery slop with some lentils floating on top, served with some boiled rice and dry naan. I didn't make the most of the "all you can eat offer" because I didn't want a second helping. You get what you pay for, yes, but I wouldn't pay anything for this meal again.


Damien Turcotte
Damien Turcotte

There are multiple city outlets for this great value meal. We visited the one in Capitol Arcade which was small but clean and comfortable. The menu is limited but for $6.50 all you can eat ensures you are full and satisfied. We had two curries with rice, fresh naan and pickle. This was tasty and the service was fast and friendly.

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  • Vegetarian
  • Restaurants
  • Vegan Options
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  • Gluten Free
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  • Vegetarian
  • Healthy
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Amenities

  • Seating
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Kids
  • Families With Children
  • Takeout
  • Accepts Mastercard
  • Accepts Visa
  • Waitstaff
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Vegan Options

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