The gist: Modern Indonesian and Chinese cooking from the team behind Gado Gado is served in a hip, fun dining room complete with disco ball.
The food: The Indonesian and Chinese cuisine at Oma’s Hideaway tends to buck tradition and lean into fun, modern American bar food vibes. Take, for example, the Oma-Zing Burger, made with chili jam, American cheese, lettuce, and pickles on a griddled bun with coconut lime leaf butter. It’s best enjoyed with a side of curry fries with chili ketchup. Those bold fusion flavors run through the entire menu, whether it’s the famous corn fritters, a char siu pork rice bowl, or a whole roasted game hen served with herb and cabbage slaw and coconut sambal. Don’t miss the inventive cocktails, either.