-By Marryam H Reshii
All-day dining with live kitchens featuring Mediterranean with a pizza oven, a Chinese section and a better-than-average Indian section with a tandoor. It is pleasant and airy and the full-length windows look out onto the central garden. Dum ki Nalli, Gosht Kali Mirch and Galouti Kebab would do a speciality Indian restaurant proud. There is a great Japanese chef who presides over a small counter. While you can get entry-level Japanese tempura here, his speciality is contemporary Japanese. Likewise, the Chinese chef is from the province of Hunan, famous for its spicy food. Also a popular feature is their Sunday brunch buffets. Oasis is a 15-minute drive from GK II, but gives the impression of being in the countryside.
Review posted within last 6 month
On my way to the popular craft fare I stopped here for some delicious and spicy Chinese food. I had some Hunan Chicken and Galouti Kebab and both of them were pretty well cooked and tasteful. This place is a bit away from the city but nevertheless a very good option in this area.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I had the Privillage of having all three meals I must tell you that one of the finest restaurant In NCR. I strongly recommend to try their Sunday brunch One if the finest service I have experienced.
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Chinese and in drink mimosa
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