I want to start out by saying that I have been to New York, I have been to Chicago, I have been to Cleveland, Boston, Detroit, and Pittsburgh so if anybody knows what ""bad service"" or ""rude employees"" are, it's me. The fact of the matter is that this is Portland and as a result those arguments do not apply.
I have been to Pizza Oasis twice now and I assure you that I am never going back. I entered a completely empty restaurant with a friend and ordered 2 slices of pizza, my date ordered one of the starter items on the menu. For drinks we ordered a water and a lemonade. The lemonade arrived quickly although the water for some reason never made an appearance. It was at least a good 20 minutes before my friends dish arrived and another 20 more before my 2 slices finally came. This wait was not eased at all by the fact that while waiting for our food we watched a group of 3 come in to the restaurant, sit down, order, receive their food, eat, and leave.
I am simply astonished at how long it took to receive our food. If you then stack on top of that the fact that I never received my drink, the free refills had to be requested at the front counter, the food is some of the greasiest I have ever seen, the card reader for debit and credit refused to work, the fact that there was only one employee to be seen at any given time (if that), and that I got to watch the employees smoke outside my window AND watch a homeless man rummage through the restaurants trash, I would have to say that this is an experience that I would find unacceptable regardless of the city in which I was in.
Frankly, the only things I could find that the restaurant had going for it were the ""okay"" music and the decently large slice size. Despite those two factors you would be better off walking the couple extra blocks and getting a fresh pizza made from ""Eat Pizza"" across from Hollywood Video near Burnside and 20th, it would take less time and in all honesty be better. OR if you are feeling active, you can also use that amount of time to walk to the 7-11 over by Portland State, at least they have Slurpees.
Pros: ""Okay"" music, decent portion sizes