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OMM INN takes dining very seriously. In addition to the hotel’s restaurant, which serves a new generation of Turkish cuisine, the courtyard includes an array of street food stalls and a cafe.
OMM INN Cafe serves Probador Colectiva’s coffee beans alongside Turkish coffee prepared in copper pots and a wide selection of teas by Melez, harvested from around the world. The pastries that are served straight from the oven for breakfast are accompanied by healthy snacks and light desserts like cookies and fruit tarts during lunch and in the afternoon.
 
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OMM INN Cafe

OMM INN Restaurant

Led by Chef Sara Tabrizi (known for her Istanbul restaurant Aheste Pera), OMM INN Restaurant functions as a brick oven pizzeria during the day and turns into a Turkish/Mediterranean meze (tapas-style dining) restaurant in the evening. The bar menu features classical cocktails alongside wines from around Turkey and the world, as well as a rich selection of rakı, respecting the country’s traditional meyhane culture.
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INN Restaurant
INN Restaurant
INN Restaurant

OMM INN Cafe

The cafe, which serves a wide selection of coffee, tea, and snacks throughout the day is equally perfect for both a coffee break over a Cortado or Turkish coffee, as well as for work and study. The cafe is also home to a small library that carries design books, magazines, and graphic fiction. See the menu

Vegetarian Kitchen

In a city where the food culture is somewhat meat-heavy with dishes like Balabanmeatballs and çibörek, OMM INN’s Vegetarian Kitchen offers a delicious alternative to those who maintain a meat-free diet and those open to different flavors. Located in OMM INN’s courtyard, the Vegetarian Kitchen serves olive oil rich cold appetizers, vegan and vegetarian burgers, and inventive takes on mac and cheese—all born from a contemporary interpretation of classic ingredients. 

Street Foods

The courtyard, which offers a calming and indulgent break from discovering the city and its museums, is home to a rich selection of provisions throughout the day, for when a tea break simply doesn’t suffice.
 
Street Foods
Omm Shop
Omm Shop

OMM Shop, spread across two physical spaces (one inside the museum, the other in the courtyard) is the first and only concept store in Eskişehir. The store carries stationary, decorative items, jewelry, and limited edition products featuring international brands like Lexon, Bornn Enamel and Legier, alongside local designers and artists such as Bilge Nur Saltık, Ali Bakova, and Ulaş Uğur. (Curator: Jessica Calderon—Paris Review, 192 Books)

The shop inside the museum also features inspiring arts & culture and design books for children and adults alike.

OMM Shop, spread across two physical spaces (one inside the museum, the other in the courtyard) is the first and only concept store in Eskişehir. The store carries stationary, decorative items, jewelry, and limited edition products featuring international brands like Lexon, Bornn Enamel and Legier, alongside local designers and artists such as Bilge Nur Saltık, Ali Bakova, and Ulaş Uğur. (Curator: Jessica Calderon—Paris Review, 192 Books)

The shop inside the museum also features inspiring arts & culture and design books for children and adults alike.

OMM Shop