All-Day-Brunch and Mini Tables Sets Now Available at O'Mills

By Sophie Steiner, December 24, 2020

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Everyone’s favorite health-focused breakfast joint, O’Mills, is now upping their brunch game by offering all day brunch indefinitely at their Kerry Center location. You read that right, 24/7 brunch forever! Starting on December 24, O'Mills removed a la carte dinner options (don’t worry, those incredible sourdough crust pizzas are still available), and is transitioning to focus on pure brunch. 

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Along with this new brunch-centric concept, O’Mills in the Kerry Center is launching Mini Tables – savory set menu options that arrive tableside on a wooden serving board. The focus is the Danish smørrebrød, an open-faced sandwich stacked with yummy toppings paired with colorful sides. Think Nordic-style bento box, but way more Instagram-worthy.  

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The Mini Tables are substantial for one person as a full meal or two people for snacking. There are three Mini Table sets available – vegetarian, ocean and meat lover – and each set comes with two open-faced sandwiches created in accordance with the theme of the set plus your choice of a third ‘mini bowl’ side. Choose from truffle fries topped with arugula and parmesan, a coconut milk chia seed pudding bowl or creamy pumpkin chestnut soup. 

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The Vegetarian Mini Table (RMB98) starts with one of the main dishes that put O’Mills on the map – avocado toast. Topped with a perfectly poached egg, there is no skimping on luscious mashed avocado here. 

Another famous dish at O’Mills is their beetroot and cumin hummus, which now finds its way onto freshly baked bread. Sliced avocado, sprouts and a crispy yam chip add alternating layers of flavor and texture. 

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The Ocean Mini Table (RMB128) starts with a dill-cured salmon smørrebrød. Thick ribbons of salmon gravlax sit atop creamy dill yogurt drizzled with a bright carrot orange sauce. Thinly sliced cucumbers add extra crunch, reminding us of one of our go-to breakfast favorites: bagels and lox. 

The second open-faced toast sees a rye seed bread covered in a creamy crab meat salad, made with mayo and grapefruit pulp, and topped with cubed mango. A kick of jalapeno spice brings together this sweet and savory bite. 

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By far the heftiest of the bunch, the Meat Lovers Mini Table (RMB138) comes with a mushroom sirloin smørrebrød – a thick layer of stewed and truffle mushrooms topped with slabs of sliced sirloin steak and flash-fried onion rings, all sitting atop fluffy sourdough bread. The slow-cooked shredded beef is comfort food at its finest, especially when topped with avocado and thin cheese crisps for extra crunch. 

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If two smørrebrød and one mini bowl isn’t enough, opt for the 4&3 Mini Table (RMB318) which includes the mushroom sirloin smørrebrød, the dill cured salmon smørrebrød, the crab and grapefruit smørrebrød and the beetroot hummus smørrebrød, plus truffle fries, chestnut pumpkin soup and Mediterranean country style stew – an equally colorful and flavorful feast perfect for three to four people. 

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All Mini Tables also have add-on options, like Two Extra Slices of Bread (RMB18), Half Avocado (RMB15), Poached or Sunny Side up Organic Eggs (RMB15), a variety of Cheeses (RMB28-38), Cured Salmon (RMB48) and 150 grams of Sirloin Steak (RMB58).

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If cheese is what you’re after, the Cheese Garden (RMB188) is a delicious spread of everything from blue cheese, brie and vintage cheddar, to goat cheese with strawberry jam. Prosciutto, sliced avocado, almonds and fresh figs act as alternative cheese consumption vessels to the toasted baguette served on the side. 

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Image courtesy of O'Mills

Taking it a step further, if melty cheese is what will bring true joy to your life, O’Mills recently launched a food truck outside the entrance of the Kerry Center where the focus is all things raclette. During the cold winter months, from 10.30am-8.30pm, warm up with an order of raclette-topped beef sandwich or raclette with sausage and fried potatoes. 

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