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London, England, United Kingdom
March 4, 2009
From journal London Restaurants Part 1
by paula fitzpatrick
london, United Kingdom
June 11, 2008
September 24, 2004
My favorite is the chicken ceasar salad, which comes sandwiched in the fluffiest, lightest bread I'd ever had, loads of chips (fries), and filled with juicy chicken breast slices and fresh romaine lettuce. The portions at this place are huge, so make sure to come with an empty stomach. I usually share with a friend, that way we could save room for a few pints. The chicken ceasar sandwich costs about 6 quid, and add a pint it'll go up to 8 or 9.
L'Oasis is usually packed during lunch, Sunday brunch (try their Sunday roast), and dinner, so come during off times (2 to 5pm) - you'll be less confused. In the evenings, you find a lot of the young professionals winding down after a long day of work either in Central or at the Docklands, and who find flats in the east end a lot more affordable and quite a livible location.
I'd definitely say they carry fresher ingredients and serve some quality pub food - plus more. Sunday roasts are popular, and they have lots of seafood options also.
L'Oasis is located in between Stepney Green station and Mile End, and is situated right next to Queen Mary's main campus. From Stepney Green, take a left as you leave the station, stay on Mile End, after passing the Co-op, Whetherspoons, and a billiard hall, you'll find it! Enjoy!!!
From journal The Real London - The East End