The Pony Yard at the back of the Eagle and Child has been covered over as a restaurant area. This means that The Rabbit Room where the famous Inklings (JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, et al) used to meet... more
Formerly known as Le Petit Blanc, the restaurant is now called Brasserie Blanc in Jericho. It is owned by the famous French chef, Raymand Blanc and I would say it is one of the finest restaurant's... more
My colleagues and I went to The Trout for a celebratory meal. We were really looking forward to what we supposed would be an enjoyable outing. However, once through the doors our hopes were soon... more
Talk about a fresh tasty fairly healthy lunch we found one at The Rose tearoom. They take care to use seasonal vegetables, organic meat & free range eggs. All their scones breads & cakes are baked... more
Chutneys is located on a small street, across from the Methodist church, in an unassuming building. The furniture and decor are modest. The menu, however, is rich and varied, with dishes in many... more
A very sociable little bar that encourages lively participation. The food is all-you-can-eat stir fry, pick your food, get it prepared & go back for more or a variation if you have the capacity.... more
BROWN'S HAS BEEN A FAVORITE OF MINE FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE. DECIDED TO PAY A VISIT AFTER A BREAK OF SOME FIVE YEARS OR MORE. IT IS AS FRESH AS EVER, VIBRANT ATMOSPHERE, BUSY, BUSTLING & NOISEY AS EVER.... more
This is, in my opinion, a fabulous place for afternoon tea and if it is a fine day, wander to the back patio and enjoy your afternoon tea there, it's splendid. The brasserie itself is a fine place to... more
The Jericho Cafe is a stylish Diner/cafe/deli situated in the popular district of Jericho,Oxford.A very popular place as everyone seems to mention it some time or other.We had breakfast here and sat... more
My first real Indian meal. I had some really, really bad (as in spoilt, I'm guessing) Indian food back in NY on MacDougal (it's a buffet, so I shouldn't be too surprised), but my experience at Jamal's... more
On my first and second visits to Oxford, in 1999 and 2000 respectively, there was not a Starbucks in sight. When I returned here a year later there were two. And they're now all over the UK.... Grande... more
This eye-catching restaurant has always caught my eye from the decks of the Oxford Tube (bus route from London). It was only recently that I, or rather my girlfriend, had the initiative to get off and... more
Fantastic, amazing memories of G&D's. One of the best places to pick up a quick (but yummy!) sandwiches, famous for their ice cream and crazy flavours, the staff are friendly and quick to suggest an... more
We stopped in here for a drink it is one of Oxford's oldest public houses and I was tempted to eat here with the lovely smell coming from the kitchen I suspect the Oxford sausages.
The collection of... more
memoirs food is nothing special, its not inovative in the slightest. However, when I go to Oxford to shop, as I often do, its there I go to as soon as I get off the bus.
Its comfort food for the... more
Gino's is probably my favourite restuarant in Oxford. I've been here countless times and the food and service are always excellent. I always order Garlic Bread, Pollo Alla Milanese & a bottle of red... more
It is a huge cavenous bulding with parquet flooring on the ground floor and carpeting on the 1st, there is a balcony where you can sit and watch people :-) Lsagna doesn't have any tomato sauce making... more
Chiang Mai Kitchen is hidden in a little alley branching off High Street. Once you've found it and ascended the uneven stairs - the building is from the 1630s -, you'll find yourself in a typical... more
The best pizza, great starters, good wine, great prices, friendly staff - do you need more reasons to visit this place? Then you should know that it's always packed: every Oxonian seems to know what... more
A good atmosphere, Jazz playing, friendly staff & good food.
Wheelchair friendly The menu changes regularly. The do wonderful ribs & king Prawns & Crevettes, and have a meal with all three, jacket... more
Fancy intimate dining while seeing Oxford go by on the river?
Rosamunde the fair is a floating restaurant with twenty places only, so intimacy is guaranteed! It has been awhile since I was last here... more
Zizzi's is a nice Italian restaurant on George Street, i.e. very close to the city centre. The food is great, but also quite expensive. We tried two pasta dishes that were really wonderful. If it... more
This is not, in fact, my favourite restaurant, although it certainly isn't bad or I wouldn't be recommending it; it's probably not even the best Thai in Oxford (most of the locals seem to rate Chiang... more
Bring your own alcohol (none is served in the restaurant, but there are off-licenses next door). The food is first class, the atmosphere is simple, the staff unrelentingly friendly. Booking essential... more
I went to Oxford for the first time in 1977 with my language school day trip from London but I already knew I would have to come back there like the ghosts in some of the Oxford colleges. And I did....
I've lived here in Oxford about 11 years, I'm very settled in my flat in the Wood Farm area, a very green location with local shops & regular buses, and in the Hospital district. Its very quiet here &...
I left Oxford in the summer of 2003 after spending two fantastic years in a city which, for me, is the nicest in England. In the first year I studied for a Masters at Oxford University and following...
I am in love with this city. I spent two weeks at St. Anne's College, University of Oxford, researching/studying global media policy with the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy and I fell...