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Oasis Bakery | Melbourne

Teta's Lamb & Eggs At Oasis Bakery

“How can you go wrong when you mix a light, succulent lamb sambusa followed by sweet sweet baklava at Oasis Bakery”

Lebanese food is one of my favourite cuisines. So when I stumbled across Oasis Bakery (click here) on instagram the day after I left Melbourne, I was kicking myself I hadn’t found it before. So the next time I travelled to Melbourne it was definitely at the top of my hit list of places to eat the next time I made the trip south of the border.

Kid In A Candy Store

First and foremost, Oasis Bakery is a haven for fresh pastries and is combined with a café and a large grocery store. I was like a little kid in a candy store, roaming the isles, drooling over the house made baklava (yes nutella too). It’s equal parts bakery, grocery store as well as a café. The café, is a  more like a cafeteria, pay at the counter with buzzer style.

Oasis is about a 20 minute drive from the CBD, but this place is well worth the drive.

Oasis Bakery Spread

What we ate:

LAMB & PINENUT SAMBUSA* – triangle pastry filled with lamb & pinenuts

TETA’S LAMB & EGGS – seared lamb with scrambled eggs and maras chilli on sourdough with green pea-shoot salad

SPRING EGGS – with heirloom tomatoes, haloumi and sujuck

CARNIVAL HOTCAKES – fluffy hotcakes with caramel sauce, popcorn and marshmellow

* this was ALL time

Teta's Lamb & Eggs
Spring Eggs

Overall:

I Absolutely loved every bite of what we ate at Oasis Bakery. A must visit for Melbourne and definitely worth the drive from the city!

Oasis Bakery
9/993 North Road
Murrumbeena VIC 3163
(03) 9570 1122

If you want to see more cool places to eat in Melbourne click here.
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Whats your favourite pastry at Oasis? Did you like the hotcakes as much as me? If you have any other suggestions let me know below

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