A very good stop for a good no frills dinner fare. The staff was extremely friendly and the food was very good. The soup was excellent. Glad we stopped.
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I like to stay in local motels and eat in local owned restaurants when on vacation. This gem has very good food and friendly staff. One of my sons had the Mega Burger (properly named) which very good and reasonably priced. I had enchiladas with...More
My breakfast burrito was excellent. Others in the party had the Oasis omelet and French toast. Service was prompt and friendly. I will definitely go back the next time I am in Raton.
Though I was highly disappointed when they said they were out of roast beef when I ordered it, I can't complain about the patty melt at all. It was delicious. Everything was perfectly cooked. And the fries were great as well. The staff was very...More
Soup, salad, entree and homemade bread for $10! Soup was made in house (you could tell) very yummy! Roast beef was tender- you could cut it with your fork! Chicken fried steak was hand battered in house. Great service. Don't forget the tip!
An average lunch. Reviews on tacos and hamburgers led us to believe the food was above to outstanding. NOT. The Oasis was busy, wait staff friendly & efficient. Good cabbage soup served prior to tacos which were just ok. Small hamburger tasted like patty had...More
My husband grew up in Raton and remembers eating at the Oasis when he was about 5--and that was 60+ years ago. Oasis is an old time diner. Staff was very friendly. Food was good. Cream pies were excellent. Crust was homemade! That's hard to...More
The folks here were super nice, unfortunately the food was not nice. The food was gross, I mean green chile should be green, the slop we had on our enchiladas and burger was grey. Grey chile is gross, the beef in the enchiladas was plain...More
Don't expect your meal to come quick. This is not a fast food restaurant. You order it, they prepare it. Goodness takes time besides you are on New Mexico time - chill out for a while. We both had tacos, rice and beans. Everything was...More