After five years at Cal Poly the restaurant that I miss the most is Oasis. Week after week I passed straight by their Foothill location on my way to class. One day I got the nerve to go in and my taste buds have never been the same!
My favorate dishes are Beef Tangine and the Honey Raisin Chicken. My wife always gets the dolmas and hummus appetizers along with one of their amazingly moist lamb dishes. The menu also has a number of Greek and Middle-Eastern specialties and I have not found one dish yet that hasn't been outstanding.
Unfortunately we can only make it down to San Luis Obispo a couple of times a year but we always find time to have a meal at one of our favorate restaurants.
We ate at Oasis this weekend and will drive the 2 hours again for this food! The meal was great (my wife doesn t normally finish her meal, but did this time because it was so good)
The staff was great and the food was even better.
If you like Moroccan, eat here. If you aren t sure about Moroccan, eat here! But, ask questions so the staff can guide you, based on your personal likes and dislikes.
We ve had Moroccan many places and will go back to Oasis over and over.
I have written several reviews for this restaurant but it seems they never make it for everyone to read! I have been visiting this restaurant since it opened and I really enjoy the food. It is all good! I noticed a review from a customer that said he has yet to met one of the owners. Well, the blonde waiting on you is an owner ... Just because she is fabulous about the service don't minimize her importance. How often do you see that level of dedication to a local business. I will keep going back -- the locals desire our business!
Delicious Mediterranean food! Everything is made fresh from scratch after just you order. I had the curried bean soup and honey beef wrap. The tea is also great and will lift your spirit to euphoria as you sip and wait for your food. A perfect spot for relaxing from a long day of shopping in downtown SLO!
I came to the restaurant based on the reviews posted here. Five stars for goodness sake! A one-star rating is being over generous of me.
Ordered lamb and chicken curry gyros and the herbal fries. The pita bread for both gyros was burned and were as hard as wood and, thus, not eaten. The chicken curry was so salty my partner did not eat more than a taste. The fries were oversalted too. I could barely tolerate the fries, but my partner was unable. What a waste of $30! Will avoid this restaurant if I ever return to SLO.
It's pretty good, the atmosphere is cool. THe food is a little out of most peoples price range at about $30 a person, but it's still very good. It's a very unique taste, lots of new flavors to experience, worth it for a special ocasion.
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