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Zen Oasis

  • Vegetarian
    ( 2 reviews )
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230 Medway Rd, Berrima, New South Wales, 2577

A weekend restaurant in a large bamboo house surrounded by landscaped gardens with capacity for up to 180 diners. Group booking required, available 2-3pm. Offers an extensive buffet spread features a variety of Asian fusion vegetarian and vegan dishes. Has vegetable dishes, fried food, mock meats, soups, salads, sweets and desserts, and fresh cut fresh.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Chinese, Buffet, Salad bar, Asian, Fusion

Reviews (2)

First Review by Salgar08

Mmmm, fried - Edit

It's expensive and you have to book to get a table, but it's a great place to have lunch. I took ten carnivorous pals here and they all loved it, because who doesn't love fried stuff?

The venue is a converted shearing shed in the middle of nowhere. It's about 150 seats, mostly occupied by tour groups who arrive in giant buses at lunchtime. Hence the need to book.

Pros: Enormous buffet

Cons: Bookings essential, Expensive


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Oasis indeed - Edit

If you've ever tried to find a decent vegan meal in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales you'll know how this restaurant got its name(bruchetta anyone?). Similar to Green Gourmet in Newtown you'll find lots of deep fried yum cha and fake meat dishes along with sushi and desserts on the $31 buffet - note that not all dishes are vegan though they are labeled if not. Also note there is a wasteage charge if you don't finish your plate though I imagine it's rarely charged.

Pros: Buffet, Fried Vegan Food, All you can eat

Cons: Buffet, Fried Vegan Food, All you can eat


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