From the Makool family with pride, experience the tradition and the passion of Oasis.

Since 1998, this Australian owned and operated family business has been sharing authentic food from around the world with fellow food lovers. At the heart of the Oasis story is the Makool family which emigrated from Lebanon in the 1970s, along with a strong tradition of bringing people together through the sharing of food.

Over 20 years of hard work and a commitment to quality has seen three generations of the family transform a humble food store in Melbourne’s southeast into an iconic part of the city’s culinary scene. Today Oasis Murrumbeena is home to a bustling café, a gourmet grocery store, a deli of epicurean proportions, a fresh food market and popular cooking school.

If you find yourself on the northside, pop in to Oasis Fairfield, right in the midst of it on Station Street, Fairfield. We’ve created a new store where you’ll find all your favourite groceries, a cafe where you can get the same delicious meals you’ve grown to love, a cooking school where Oasis founder Marwa Makool, takes the time to share her passion for food with you and a beautiful light filled function and events space where you’ll feel at home sharing wonderful food and experiences with your friends and family.

The Oasis name is also found in independent supermarkets everywhere on a wide range of freshly baked breads and Lebanese pizzas, exotic spices, delicious dips, pantry provisions. and many other products inspired by the flavours of the Middle East.

While the business continues to grow, it has maintained its dedication to sharing great food, offering friendly service and providing an atmosphere unlike anywhere else. Oasis is a food lover’s paradise, with pride and passion in every dish.



BROADSHEET : Melbourne

Top Melbourne Takeaway This Week: Vue de Monde for Under 40 Bucks, Lebanese Pizza and Orange-Blossom Doughnuts From a Family-Run Fave and More- By Ellen Fraser- Broadsheet- 23rd April 2020

Best Bakeries in Melbourne-Broadsheet- March 16th 2020

Oasis Murrumbeena Gets a New Dessert Bar. The Melbourne institution is pumping out 2000 doughnuts a week- By Caterina Hrysomallis- Broadsheet- 29th November 2016

Middle-Eastern powerhouse has big plans, Caterina Hrysomallis, Broadsheet Melbourne, May 31, 2016.

Oasis Bakery Gets a New Dessert Bar: The Melbourne institution is pumping out 2000 doughnuts a week, Caterina Hrysomallis, Broadsheet Melbourne, November 29, 2016.

Oasis Bakery to Open Monster New Venue: The family-run Middle-Eastern powerhouse has big plans, Caterina Hrysomallis, Broadsheet Melbourne, May 31, 2016.


Postcards- A snippet from Sam Groth's Visit to Oasis Fairfield- Channel 9 Network- April 20th 2020 The Best Middle Eastern Restaurants In Melbourne- By TimeOut editors- TimeOut- March 13th 2019

3AW Kate reviews: Oasis Fairfield — ‘It’ll become an institution’- By Ross and Kate-3AW Radio- 8th August 2019

Oasis Bakery, Delima Shanti, Timeout, January 31, 2017.

Oasis Bakery-Feast of the Middle East, Cindy Sargon, Melbourne Weekender, Episode 9, October 18, 2015.

Oasis Bakery & Café, Murrumbenna, Cinta (Editor), My Poppet Living, April 2, 2015.

Oasis bakery in Melbourne’s south-east is a destination for food-lovers of every variety, SBS Small Business Secrets.

Oasis Bakery (Murrumbeena), Editor, Melbourne Critic.


Oasis Bakery, Editor, The Urban List, Melbourne.

Melbourne’s Best Hot Cross Buns 2018. James Shackell, The Urban List


Best Brekkie: Oasis Bakery, Kylie Northover, The Age - Good Food, December 12, 2018.

Melbourne’s Top 5 Provedores – The best places to splurge your hard-earned on some delectable delicacies, Tessie Vanderwert and Gary Munro, The Age, September 18, 2010.


Eat Drink Play Love: Things we are loving this week … Miranda Tay, The Weekly Review, April 11, 2016.

Oasis Bakery’s lamb shawarma wins The Weekly Review’s inaugural Must Eat Award, Tim Doutre, The Weekly Review, April 8, 2016.

Middle Eastern flair at Murrumbeena’s Oasis Bakery, Luke Henriques-Gome, The Weekly Review, August 27, 2015.