Restaurant review: Mediterranean Oasis Bakery and Kitchen

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Counter and seating area
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

By Donna Luke-Peterson

My family saw the Grand Opening sign on the new Mediterranean Oasis Bakery and Kitchen next to the Joann's store at the Parkwood Plaza Mall.

It was much bigger than I expected, with a large cafe and eating area with lots of modern chairs and tables -- and delicious food!

The owner is Palestinian from Jerusalem. He spent 20 years in
Chicago in the restaurant business before returning to Seattle.
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Amazing crispy falafel, beef shawarma, freshly baked pita bread, and fresh-made hummus! We were even given samples of the beef and hummus to try beforehand.

Our combo plates came with a fresh mixed salad (no raw onions, yay!) Big portion of the beef shawarma -- but I will be coming back for the savory, puffy, crisp, falafel next time for sure.

Large amount of tasty pita bread baked daily
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

They also had "pies" on their menu that looked like large flatbreads (like pizza pie, maybe?) with meat, cheese, or spices -- something else to try next time.

Friendly staff, very helpful. We also bought a large package of fresh baklava treats -- delicious! Ate a few there, and lots to take home to share, too.

About half of the packaging is in Arabic
then you run into something like French's mustard
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Big selection of groceries, spices, exotic spices, drinks, candy, canned goods, plus refrigerated and frozen section. And dishes, tea, hookahs ... just about everything! And looks like a fresh meat / butcher section coming in the near future, too.

Give it a try!!

Mediterranean Oasis 
Bakery and Kitchen
Parkwood Plaza (Joann's, Shari's, new Starbucks)

Hours are from 10am - 10pm every day - and sometimes later. 

If they are there and still have food in the kitchen, they'll feed you.

They will also cater your events. 

They have signed on with GrubHub, if you want to have your food delivered.


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