O’Briens Irish Sandwich Cafe offers a fresh and wholesome bite on the go, with their signature O’Briens Trippledecker to the Classic Chicken Caesar Tossed Salad.
For vegetarians, O’Briens serves the Big Eat Shambo – a combination of the freshest greens, delectably wrapped in bread. To complement their sandwiches, the cafe offers the healthy O’Briens Smoothie made from low-fat yoghurt and fruits perfect for those who fancy a wholesome meal.
Whether you are looking for a quick bite or a fresh and hearty sandwich, O’Briens is simply the only place to indulge your palate, but still maintain a healthy diet.
|O’Briens Irish Sandwich Cafe, klia2|
|Category||Grab & Go|
|Lot & No||Departure Hall, Main Terminal Building, klia2|
What makes O’Briens unique?
Outlets: Enjoy a cup of coffee or its sandwiches in a comfortable, relaxing environment deck out in the latest trend and design straight from Ireland. You can experience the Irish way of dining in a a cafe without having to fly all the way there!
Breads: The breads are baked with specially formulated Irish recipe. Unique to O’Briens, Shambo is a type of foccacia bread baked in the shape of the Shamrock. The Shamrock is the epitome of Ireland and represents good luck thus it is closely associate to O’Briens.
Ingredients: The sandwiches are prepared using the premium ingredients such as chunky tuna in brine, smoked chicken slice and top-notch quality beef. O’Briens simply will not compromise in using less than great ingredients as O’Briens believes you deserve the freshest and finest.
Sauces: Spread and sauces in O’Briens are created using the special Irish recipe only available at O’Briens.
Coffees: O’Briens special blend are made out of two premium coffee beans, Arabica and Robusta, freshly grounded and brewed in the style of Italian master roaster. Every sip you take is full of its exquisite aroma and rich taste!
Juices: In O’Briens, all juices are packed with vitamins prepaed on-the-spot upon ordering. This way, the goodness of fruits will not lost due to long hours of exposure.