Sunday, August 21, 2011

OMO! Chicken

I'd already passed by at OMO! Chicken many times and the saying on their wall, "Korean Chicken Cooked with Canola Oil!" actually got my attention. Beside, they also claimed that no preservatives, no added MSG, no pork, no lard, no flavor enhancers and no artificial coloring in their food. Anyway, I didn't give it a try until a colleague recommend it to me last week.
Their decoration is quite cute; with all those little chicks toys plus a big one that sit on the sofas and in front of the restaurant. There's also a big screen TV showing Korean pop songs. I like the casual ambience in here.

Omo 's Drinks:
Korean Barley Tea - Rp. 7.272
Yuza Sensation (Citrus fruit juice) - Rp. 13.636
It's my first time to try Korean Barley Tea. It has a nice roasty taste and also refreshing.

Vegetable Salad - Rp. 18.181
tossed with mayonnaise and mustard.
The dressing tasted pretty tang and acid.

Popcorn Chicken - Rp. 18.182
Bite sized boneless fried chicken.

Rice Ball - Rp. 18.182
with anchovy and seaweed.

Chicken Curry Burger - Rp. 22.727
Burger with chicken, vege and Korean Curry sauce.
I really like this Chicken Curry Burger! The breast chicken tasted perfect with the curry inside the burger. It's so tasty that made me wanting for more.
Prices subjected to 10% Tax
Currency Rate: 1 USD = Rp. 8.500

Omo! Chicken
Central Park Level 3 - 121
Podomoro City
Jl. Let. Jend. S. Parman Kav. 28
Jakarta Barat

Delivery: 021-56985776

Disclaimer: The review and opinion expressed here are purely according to my personal taste. There's a possibility that the taste of the food might change later on, which could affect the review and opinion here. I also affirm that no monetary or non-monetary compensation has been received from this restaurant for writing this review.


  1. Hehehe... I'm in Korea rite now. Heaps of Fried chicken here. quite ridiculous.

  2. PFx: Whoaaaa... You are in Korea?!?! So cool!!! I want to visit Korea too!!! Yeah.. definitely someday! :) Don't eat too much fried chicken! You don't want to look like a chick! hahahaha...

  3. Couldn't agree more on the tea, its somehow more 'herbal' than any other green tea i tasted. Maybe because they're japanese.

    How's the popcorn chicken? They look temptinggg. =9--

  4. Ruby: I want to find the Korean Barley Tea, hopefully it's available at the Korean supermarket here in Jakarta. Too bad, I didn't try the popcorn chicken, it's my colleague who had it. Next time, I'll order it ;)

  5. I thought you wrote OMG Chicken! LOL.. what a cute name though.. yummie!

  6. the boneless fried chicken looks very tender..

  7. cumi & ciki: OMG!!! Hahahaha.... :D

    peachkins: indeed... ;)

  8. I've always wanted to try Korean fried chicken. It's funny that the barley tea costs money since it's so cheap to make and available everywhere!

  9. mica: You meant that barley tea is cheap and available everywhere in Korea? or also in the US? I've never seen it before here in Jakarta ;)

  10. We have in Malaysia - BBQ chic. this one uses only pure olive oil to fry!

  11. becky: Wow, only pure olive oil to fry? that's great!

  12. Here in Korea, you can find chicken anywhere! Fried, (양념 yangnyom)spices,(간장 ganjang)soy sauce, It taste YUMMMMM!You should visit korea! ;)

  13. petite little lady: Would love to visit Korea someday!!! :)


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