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A few nice bartender service images I found:

Baharat Mixed Spice – Oasis Bakery
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Baharat Mixed Spice AUD2.99 for 100g tub.

I’ve been working here ar Oasis Bakery for eight years now & you know what spice I get asked for most? Mixed Spice (baharat), & me, a cocktail bartender!
Mixed spice, the spice beside the spice, next to the other spice, below the herbs, above the…

ingredients: cumin, coriander, black pepper, nutmeg, al spice, cloves

Store in a cool, dry, dark place.
Packaged with passion & pride at Oasis Bakery from imported ingredients.

I love having a Middle Eastern Oasis in the middle of Murrumbeena!

Housed in a non-descript warehouse in the middle of suburbia, this Lebanese bakery is a bustling hive of activity. Not only does it have a bakery churning out loads of bread by the truckful, it also has a wonderful cafe with tasty shawarmas, a bain marie full of stews and irresistable desserts!

Just before midday on a Saturday, it was already half full with brunch munching diners. Come lunch time, a wave of parents with kids in sportware and Middle Eastern families pile into the cafe.

Service is brisk with an army in the kitchen dishing up food without breaking pace. Helpful staff describe dishes in Anglo-friendly terms and how it should be eaten. Although, I do like the mystique when it explained with gestures, much hand-waving, and the inevitable misundertanding. That’s part of the fun, right?

The decor is modern blonde wood with Middle Eastern flourishes, like the metal lamps in a corner of the dining area and Lebanese music videos on the large LCD TV on the wall, which provided a background to the chatter.

This wonderful discovery is definitely worth visiting again, if only to try the array of dishes and sweets on offer.

Oasis Bakery – Bakery, Groceries, Cafe, Catering
(03) 9570 1122
Unit 9, 993 North Rd
Murrumbeena VIC 3163
Monday – Sunday 8am – 7pm

bartender service
Image by PJMixer
My brother and sister-in-law was visiting from DC this Christmas. I took them to The Drake for dinner and then we stopped at Souz Dal ( on College Street for drinks. My wife and I always like this little, cozy spot. The service is always very personal and the music a perfect fit of mellow electronica. Carrie was the bartender this night and we learnt first hand why she was voted top bartender in the city last year. Although a bartender, she doesn’t drink. She has a dream of owning some land and starting a commune/coop with her husband where people could come and go, living off the land. Thanks to my brother for remembering some of her bio details as the bourbons did a good job of numbing my short term memory of the great night.

Carrie is #36 in my 100 strangers project. Find out more about the project and see pictures taken by other photographers at

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