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First of all very loud rude waitress under her mask! Acted like we were a bother asking for condiments! Omelette was runny inside and way too many ingredients I couldn’t find the eggs! Only nice person was the cook who came out and took a...More
Cannot overstate how much I like this place. Go there for breakfast weekly. In addition to being a great restaurant.,it is also a wonderful bakery. So when one eats here, they can have traditional breakfast fare plus outstanding home made breads, muffins and rolls. Try...More
What a find, we were looking for someplace for breakfast and did not want any big chain restaurant. Turned down a side street and there it was. Service was a bit slow, but food was to die for. Great menu, yu could tell all the...More
Prices a little high for the portion.
Food is just okay, nothing special.
Sadly, service is generally unfriendly.
It's their regular practice to take used jams & butter tubs off eaten plates, pick out the crumbs, then recycle into new dishes to served agin to...More
What a great place for breakfast! I had the Bear Creek Sampler which included a Bear Creek pancake made from whole grains & nicely spiced, an egg cooked to order, a turkey sausage pattie and the truly "incredible" potatoes. Yum!
The interior of the restaurant is fine, the staff was not particularly friendly and were slow to communicate. The prices were average for the area the restaurant is located. The food was a major disappointment I got a standard eggs and toast $5.50 with added...More
We showed up with a party of eight and we were seated quickly and had excellent service. We all agreed that the food was average with the exception of the Huevos Rancheros. The potatoes were especially bland in all the meals. All the bakery products...More
Restaurant has definitely gone the wrong direction - down.
Oatmeal tastes like mortar, nuts are old, Eggs Benedict - english muffins either soggy or burnt, etc..
Since Katie (a previous waitress) left a few months ago, the atmosphere has no energy.
The Oasis cafe is one my favorite breakfast spots near Siesta Key. The power pancakes are tasty and good for you. Service is always excellent and the menu has many choices for both breakfast and dinner. Try the avocado toast, you’ll be glad you did.