Bowleaze Cove, Preston
Cafe Oasis Weymouth the ‘locals’ Choice
Drive, walk or cycle, take a table inside, on the patio or the beach at Cafe Oasis Weymouth. Take in the view and the crowd, choose some excellent wine and seafood or just enjoy the fulfilment of proper coffee.
The music is mellow, the food is excellent and the staff are memorable; you might catch a glimpse of the boss either chatting to customers or making sure the servers are meeting his exacting standards of coffee making, sometimes in Basil Fawlty mode but always good fun. Paul likes his customers and treats his staff well that is why people come back time and again. Café Oasis is very addictive and the list of addicts is getting longer. Be warned there might be no escape.
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