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Having called in here for a hit drink before after one of the wonderful afternoon concerts in the church. Staying across the road at the Premier Inn, decided much better value and would rather the money went to a local cafe. Just had a bacon...More
Having coeliac disease makes eating anywhere a massive issue so I was so pleased to see this amazing list of gf items available in oasis cafe just a 15 minute walk from where I was. When I arrived I asked to order a gluten free...More
This is where I always go for lunch when in town shopping ,all home made foods and great prices ,nice n clean and bright,staff are lovely and chatty,if busy,may take a wee while getting served ,but remb it's nonprofit n a part of church. Highly...More
We popped in here about 1330 hoping to have a quick bite to eat before a theatre show at 1500. We ordered soup and toasties. An hour and 15 minutes later, having not been served anything we asked for a refund and left. The cafe...More
Popped Into the cafe after attending a political meeting. Great to read the special of a roll of your desired choice of bacon, sausage or scrambled egg, and a massive latte. All for £2.20...a tasty bargain, served by lovely staff.
Situated in bath street just a few minutes walk from sauchihall street, you will find the Oasis cafe hidden away behind the church. There is no big sign saying cafe open or anything noticeable to tell you it's there.
Inside it is always busy the...More
Wandering the streets on a wet Glasgow lunchtime, I came across this place. Great selection of hot and cold food. Free WiFi, friendly staff. A good place to dry out and warm up. Just be aware of the over-65s coach parties if there is a...More