The story of The Oasis begins in 1984 when a Lebanese family migrated to the United States. Wanting to share their history, culture (and of course their cuisine) with their new home country, they began a small take-out food shop. The philosophy behind the food was that even if the physical surroundings were humble and small, the food must be first-class, fresh and most importantly–authentic. Almost thirty years later, the Oasis has grown to a full-time restaurant with both a dining room and take-out options, but it still holds true to its founding ideas. We use only a handful of all-natural ingredients in all of our recipes (we NEVER use preservatives or artificial flavors/colors) and the food is made exactly the same way it still is in the old country. Please stop by The Oasis in Lansdale and give us a chance to share our culture with you.
“We have the kind of food people want to eat — healthy and prepared with love.”
Lansdale Business of the Month: January 2019
North Penn Now – Full Article
Founded in the early ’80s as a Middle Eastern grocery and takeout, The Oasis expanded to the house next door a few years in and has become a sort of standard bearer for local food freaks.
The Philadelphia Inquirer – Full Article
The story of The Oasis, a Mediterranean-Middle Eastern restaurant on Main Street, started out as a love story…The Oasis opened in December 1985 in a converted house at 821 W. Main St…All of the food is made from scratch, Ibrahim said. The ingredients are light, and the meat they use is “99.9 percent lean.” There are plenty of options for vegetarians and vegans as well…
The Reporter – Full Article