Omnom serves up burgers in a basket that you create, step by step. First, you choose between the so called ‘nomVeggie Burger,’ or ‘omMeat Burger’ pattys, and then work your way through the sauces (the usual suspects and all of them are homemade and super tasty), and the plentiful (and original) extras to choose from, like feta cheese, jerky turkey, bacon, hot jalepenos, or an extra meat patty.
Everything here is made from fresh ingredients and by hand, from the buns (baked fresh daily by Felzl bakery) to the hand cut fries. There’s a lot of thought and hard work being put into this burger bar, which grew out of a startup. They also make you question why a burger has always been round with their daring design of a more oval-shaped burger, which fits comfortably in a hungry grip. The meat patty is cooked medium, unless specified otherwise, and the homemade fries are floppy and crunchy – just how we like them.
The space is small, but the service is personal and the low down stool seats make you feel like you’re sitting at the kids table, where all burgers should be eaten. This is not a straight up American-style burger, but has a awesome Austrian twist to it.
omNom Burger = 8.90€
pomnommes (homemade fries) = 2.90€