While styled to reflect a 1950s Malaysian tea house with dark wood tables and birdcages, Omahs is in fact a contemporary and sophisticated Malaysian restaurant in Port Melbourne. The menu has a fresh and light appeal, with dishes such as tempura oysters, soft shell crab, coconut prawns and soya fish tempting the tastebuds. Salads, vegetables and tofu combinations are a feature, as are noodles, roti and rice.
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I hate to say it but Omah's has gone downhill. Our meal tonight started with a shock when the three mains we ordered arrived with barely enough food to feed 2. Not good when you spend $80 at a restaurant highly rated in the 'Cheap Eats' guide.
The second shock was how awful the food was. The Nasi Goreng was burnt, the five spice calamari limp and tasteless, the $28 fish dish that was hard to find - when questioned the staff told us the dish was only a half fillet, making us feel like we had done something wrong in expecting $28 might buy a full one! The duck San choi bao may have actually been duck, it was hard to tell due to the sauce that completely overpowered any other flavor. This was inedible and none of the 3 ofread more