Not worth $14. They are dry with and hard to swallow. Better off getting $3.50 six pack from local supermarkets
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This place is worth a visit but if possible, not on the weekend. Coffee was good and all the lunches we had between us were flavoursome. Car parking is interesting. Finding a table is a challenge. It is suited to take away. Will be back...More
Calling this a bakeery is an understatement. It is a spuerb cafe, great deli and a quite specialist grocer. We went for a quick lunch and truly enjoyed it. Pumpkin salad, Arthurs'avocado and a fruit cup plus hot cross bun for the little one. Well...More
Amazing food and menu options! Not heaps of vego/vegan choices but all delicious. It has a deli/food market connected to it with lots of specialised foods and interesting items you wouldn't find in your regular supermarket. Oasis Bakery is definitely my favourite local spot.
Our Australian niece brought us here as we haven't eaten Lebanese before. My wife and I shared a Lebanese BBQ plate with the pomegranate and almond rice salad, and a kale salad. We also ordered a bowl of chips. Wow, the three skewers of lamb,...More
I used to rave about this place to anyone who would listen. But it's lost its way. Yes, the food looks good and the decor is lovely. But the food doesn't taste good. It's become mass-produced one size fits all Middle Eastern food. Their shwarma...More
Popped in for lunch - and came back another evening for dinner with family. Lunch I tried the chicken kebab (they call it something else - can't remember) - it was ok, have had better... Very busy, food was good - but not awesome Deli...More
What a feast for the senses. A really cleverly designed place with so many options based around Lebanese/Mediterranean food. Coffee needs some work though. Hard to go past the sweets section!!
Love OASIS, if you have never been you are missing out. Sensational selection of food for breaks or lunch. Great deserts too.