• O'Learys

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  • White Veg-options
Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. Sports bar and grill franchise with outlets in the Nordic countries. Has labeled vegan dishes which use the soy-based mock meat Oumph!, including a burger with plant cheese, flutas, nachos and a street salad. Rotating sorbet flavors are available for dessert. The popcorn is usually vegan, but double check as this varies by location. Please note that many businesses in Sweden are cashless.

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4 Reviews

First Review by tiatobiasdotter


Points +113

30 Aug 2019

No more oumph!

That have removed oumph! from their meny but still have falafel burger. And the service is great.



Points +226

06 Feb 2018

Glad to find "Oumph"-products, but expensive

O'Learys seem to have joined a growing number of restaurants to adopt the Oumph-protein, for which I am very glad. There are several options, most of them very expensive.

The portion sizes are very small and do not feel very fresh, I expected quite a lot more. The Oumph itself is not utilised to its full potential, but rather pedestrian. Also, at this price and at this kind of establishment, I expect quite a bit more from the fries, which are some of the most boring and tasteless fries I've had. On the upside, they have the oat-based fraiche as condiment.

Pros: Oumph available, Oat-based fraiche available, Quesadillas

Cons: Very small portions, Expensive, Very underwhelmed


Points +62

23 Jul 2017

Hit or miss

Sometimes excellent, other times not so. Great place to watch sports and drink beer.

Pros: Impressive vegan menu for this type of place.

Cons: Sometimes the food is not so great. Slow service.


Points +16

03 Jun 2017


They have a good variety of delicious vegan food that's clearly presented on the menu and a staff that approaches every question with a serious and service minded attitude. If it wasn't for the app restricting the five star rating to only completely vegan/vegetarian restaurants I would've no doubt given them all the stars.

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