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  • Writer's pictureElizabeth Yong

Omaya @ Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur

We were invited to the grand opening of Omaya recently which is the fourth outlet that opened its doors in Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur. Omaya is a well-known brand, so-called the largest Korean cuisine restaurant in Taiwan, obtaining a total of approximately 60 branches in Taiwan. They have recently penetrated into the Malaysian market and introduced a whole new fashion of Korean cuisine with its unique culture and dining experience to the locals.

In order to create a comfortable and innovative dining experience, Omaya has adopted the concept of a construction site, which is bold and new. The association between black and yellow colours brighten the environment, making it distinctive yet fashionable.

The dining room is set out in different sections but pertains to the theme as if one were dining in a construction site.

We started out with one of the signature dishes, Honey Mustard Boneless Chicken Cube (RM 30). It was presented on a hot place with the cheese as an accompaniment to the dish. This was actually really delicious and sizzling hot.

We moved on to the 10oz Pork Chop & Chicken Cheese Dakgalbi (RM82) that can be shared among three people. This dish was served on a hot plate with the cheese surrounding it, along with a few vegetable accompaniments with Korean rice cakes, which was tossed with the meats.

If you are a cheese fanatic and willing to try the bold and spicy flavours of the signature dish and its marinade then you must pay a visit to Omaya.

The Rainbow Slush (RM 11.90) was certainly refreshing with three colours of slushie that mirrors a traffic light.

Oh Yes!! This Blueberry Grape and Passionfruit Cotton Candy Fizzy Drink (RM 9.90) was such a fun drink, especially great for the kids.

Omaya is committed to present the most authentic Korean cuisine and engaging dining experience. These Korean cuisines are finger-licking good, which makes you can’t help but to scream out “OMAYA!”. The restaurant boasts the most genuine culinary skill of Korean cuisine, coupled with the fresh ingredients that is directly imported from Korea.

We enjoyed ourselves with the showcase of cheese and modern Korean Cuisine. This is a great place to bring big groups of friends and family which is easily accessible in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.


C4.02.00, Level 4,

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Mall

168, Jalan Bukit Bintang,

55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm daily

#omaya #korean #kualalumpurrestaurant

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