As normality continues to return to Melbourne’s CBD, Om Nom at the Adelphi Hotel has re-opened its doors to city workers and visitors on Friday and Saturday evenings, kicking off this Friday 16 April . The hiatus has allowed time for a complete ‘re-think’ of its dining and drinking options, and Om Nom 2021 is back with a broadened appeal that features tasty bar snacks and shareable charcuterie and cheese platters from chef John Law (formerly Kisumé), and a carefully curated wine list by Victorian wine connoisseur, Daniel Clarke.
Formerly famous as a dessert bar, the new-style Om Nom will offer a relaxed and informal way to re-connect over a shared platter after months of relative isolation. The pivot away from being a ‘special occasion’ venue will give Melburnians and visitors the opportunity to enjoy Om Nom more often.
The new menu includes gourmet bites ideal for sharing including Rosemary Halloumi Fries, Beef Tartare, Pepus tinned Sardines and freshly grilled Sourdough and Potato Cheese Croquettes. Indulgent toasties oozing with local cheeses and house made chutneys and served with a side of fries will satisfy late-night cravings.
To celebrate Om Nom’s re-opening, Om Nom are offering Sydney Rock oysters for $2 each until sold out every Friday.
Dessert-lovers will be happy to hear that there will be a seasonal selection of two sweet offerings – a chocolate style and a fruit-based. Patrons can also still find plenty of sweet treats at Om Nom’s well-known weekend Afternoon Teas, back now with two sittings on Saturdays and Sundays (12pm and 2.30pm).
Om Nom re-opens its doors for Friday and Saturday nights from 16 April.
Bar hours: Friday 4pm – late, Saturday 6pm – late.
High Tea hours: Sat & Sun, 12.30pm & 2.30pm.
Walk-in’s accepted for Bar only, online bookings also are available HERE