241 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA | Directions 9402537.448557 -122.174573
Mon - Sun, 11 am - 2 am
Neighborhoods: Allied Arts
Overcharging for pizza toppings – I'd originally given this place 3 starts, but I'm taking one away. We'd been buying pizzas there with 2 toppings on half the pizza and other half only cheese, due to our kids only wanting cheese pizza. We came to realize recently that they'd been charging us a full topping price for only half the toppings. So, unlike other pizza locations that charge 1 topping price for 2 half-toppings, Oasis charges a full 2 topping price even though they're only giving you half the toppings. We'd never heard of this before or experienced this at other pizza locations. The employee was terse and unpleasant about explaining this so I contacted the owner to make sure he was aware. His response was that it was too complicated to charge for half toppings, so their policy was just to charge full toppings even if they were only on half the pizza. Our last few visits here have been met with less than enthusiastic employees, and it's already very expensive to eat here, so we decided to go to other local establishments where the employees are more upbeat and they prioritize their customers by charging them appropriately.
They have great Pizza and the burgers are very tasty. If your in town for a sporting event at Stanford, stop by and enjoy.
Possibly the #1 burger in Menlo/PA – Awesome place for a hamburger. All the other food is quite good as well. Interestingly, I'm told that the details field here must be between 100 and 2000 characters. Not sure why.
Part laid-back sports bar, part Stanford hangout, there's no better place to watch a game over a pitcher. – The Scene
The atmosphere will be familiar to those who spend any time in sports bars. Pennants and posters adorn the walls, with a heavy emphasis on the Stanford Cardinal. TVs are plentiful and a small grove of video games and pinball machines lines a side wall. The wooden tables and booths are all deeply etched with years upon years of drunken engraving. The clientele ranges from sorority types to suits.
Don't bring your dietary restrictions to the Oasis--that is, unless your diet forces you to eat nothing but French fries and red meat--because the O's delicious menu of all-American fare is heavy on the beef and grease of the pizza and burger variety. Perfectly accompanied by one of the several domestic and craft beers they have on tap.
forever timeless – I have gone to the Oasis for their burgers and atmosphere since I was a little girl! I first visited it probably in the mid '70's and it is one of my favorite spots I must go to every time I am in the bay area. Mid - seventies, hippie daddy and his friends would take me there. I will always treasure the memories, and will always come back for those wonderful greasy old fashioned burgers, pinball, great wooden booths where I carved my initials so many times. Thanks for the treasured times between Daddy and daughter!
Sports Bar with 2 little TV's????? – Went to the Oasis to catch a World Series Game. What a mistake and waste of time. We missed 2 innings on the drive home. 2 Little TV's at the bar and one SMALLER one for the whole eating area to share and NO volume. You couldn't hear a thing. AND to top it off the worst hot dog with sauerkraut I've ever tasted and a skimpy, tasteless burger for my friend. This place is a definite zero as a sports bar. Kinda cute as a place to enjoy a beer if you're planning on eating elsewhere, though.
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