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Oxfordshire Restaurants

  • Eagle & Child

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 together is not now a back parlour, but a recessed area near the bar. It is easily recognisable with photographs and mementos of The Inklings framed on the...

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  • Trout Inn

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 dashed by surly waiters and very poor service. The pub was not busy, yet it took over two hours for our two courses to be served. Items were forgotten and...

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  • Browns

    Oxford Restaurants

    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. THE 45 MINUTES WAIT WAS WORTHWHILE-BROWN'S DO NOT TAKE BOOKINGS AFTER 1900. ROSE & RIOJA BY THE GLASS WAS GOOD STARTERS OF Chicken Livers pan-fried...

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  • Chutneys

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 different styles of both Southern and Northern India. The choice of vegetarian dishes is very large. My Northern-style lamb currie was very tasty, and so...

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  • Mongolian Wok Bar

    Oxford Restaurants

    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. Meanwhile, the karaoke is going full pelt & a good time is had by all! Pot luck stir fry. If you dont like it, get some other ingredients & try again!

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  • The Rose

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 from scratch. The clotted cream comes from Jersey and after my trip to Jersey I can vouch its yummy. They have an extensive tea guide & the staff will...

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  • Le Petit Blanc

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 Oxford has to offer. A 3 course meal doesn't come cheap but it is well worth the money! However, ordering a bottle and a main course would not cost you...

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  • Jamal's

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 was great. The waiter was attentive and helpful when we had no idea what to order and was quick to suggest great compliments to our meal. He was...

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  • George & Davis

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 ice cream for the odd hot day, filled with undergrads, grads, professors and tourists alike. Personally, it reminded me for Ben and Jerry's, with the...

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  • Jericho Cafe

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 upstairs so we could people watch,i had the full english breakfast with a round of toast and a coffee which was very nice but i have to say quite...

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  • Fishers

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 sample something from the menu. Fisher's Restaurant are offering a 'two course light lunch' for five GBP. This is an opportunity to taste good and...

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  • Quod Bar & Grill

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 meet up with for friends and is impeccably decorated with works of contemporary British artists. Lunch can be pricey but a basic cream tea will not...

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  • Memoirs

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 English, I get my pot of tea, & either mushrooms on toast or a half-english breakfast & I'm relaxed. They do sell jacket potatoes & baguettes & all manner...

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  • The Bear Inn

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 41500 snippets of ties started in the 1950's when they were exchaged by customers for beer

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  • Starbucks

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 Latte

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  • Gino's

    Oxford Restaurants

    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 wine. Their Garlic Bread is the best I've tasted anywhere.

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  • Moonlight Tandoori

    Oxford Restaurants

    The Moonlight has been in Oxford just about forever! A typical Indian in its decor of arched doorways & dark, candlelit atmosphere with excellent service & good traditional Indian Restaurant fare. One of the few places that provides a degustation menu - a little of everything, for those who can't decide, and a varied vegetarian option too. Choose...

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  • Gastropub food in country setting

    We recently took my parents out for lunch in the Cotswolds and a bit of pre-planning and internet research led me to suggest the Swan Inn. It seemed to offer just the right combination of character, intersting menu and good food - and so it proved to be.The pub has lots of history and a well-known (at least in England) owner. The famous "Mitford...

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  • Check out the Quality, Taste and Food...

    This is a lovely authentic country pub. It's a low, part whitewashed, part Cotswold stone thatched building snuggled into this quiet country village. On a quiet winter's day you can imagine this pub as it was centuries ago. Duck and enter through a low door and you are not disappointed. It is a credit to The Head Chef Dilraj Sequeira and his...

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  • Great food and atmosphere

    This is a pub not a restaurant but the food we had was excellent, well presented and reasonably priced. The menu was surprisingly wide and varied and we were very happy with our choice for lunch.The ambience is mellow and friendly even though there was a TV in one corner. Fortunately the sound was off - only Golf so no need for the commentary.We...

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  • Best food in or near Oxford

    If not The Best, then one of the best places to eat in Oxford. Anchor & Hope graduates run this place, and the food is wonderful... modern British. The treacle tart is delicious!

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  • Sunday Roast!

    Arriving in Burford on a Sunday lunchtime in September, we were confronted with a plethora of choice but equally a gaggle of tourists thronging the streets or tucking into their selected food. Having left Heathrow a few hours earlier after a 24 hour flight from Melbourne, whilst we surprisingly chipper, we felt we could not face i) large crowds and...

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  • Pub grub at its best

    After lunch earlier in the day at The Highway Inn and rejecting an intimate bar space, dinner in the evening was the perfect foil - a former 16th century coaching inn that epitomises 'an old English pub' - roaring fires in the winter (thankfully not needed when we were there), leather chesterfields, low ceilings - lots of atmosphere and incredibly...

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  • Rooftop Restaurant

    The Ashmolean has been recently renovated, and a nice addition is their rooftop restaurant serving good food - tapas, tarts and larger plates, too. The hot chocolate and coffee were very, very good as were the puddings aka desserts.

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  • Quality dining in a pub

    The Thatch is an old pub in Thame town centre that has been renovated and is now a restaurant run by a protege of chef Raymond Blanc. It was the prize in a reality TV show in which couples competed to run a restaurant, but the winners decided to move back closer to their family. I had a wonderful cheese souffle with a cheese sauce as a starter,...

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  • Surrounded by history

    This oddly named hotel has a pub to the rear where we had a very pleasant lunch. Parts of the hotel building date back to 1384 and it was run at one time by the monks of nearby Bruern Abbey. Bruen was a Cistercian abbey founded in the reign of King Stephen and dissolved in 1539 - nothing now remains of the abbey itself.We entered through a large...

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  • Lovely Pub with Delicious Food

    We spotted this pub as we arrived in the village intending to visit Broughton Castle and were pleased to notice that the Castle didn't open for another hour; this gave us a good excuse to have lunch! The pub had a set menu for Sunday lunch but with about seven choices for each course, even the fussiest eater (like me!) can find something nice. The...

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  • More Curry !

    Having been impressed with our Indian meal in Cambridge the night before, we decided to give it another go in Banbury! Since we had only just discovered the Balti flavours the night before, we were intrigued to find another restuarant that actually featured 'Balti' in its name. The prices were very reasonable, only just over 5 pounds apiece...

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  • Pub with Attached Indian Restaurant!

    Since we were lucky in Banbury to find a great B&B at our first attempt, we decided to walk the short distance into the centre of town to see what we could find in the way of restaurants. It was quite a pleasant evening for a stroll and it was not long before we had spotted another Indian restaurant (do I detect a pattern here?). However, since it...

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  • College food

    I have no idea how the food is, but it looks great, this dining hall. It was rebuilt in the studios for the Harry Potter movies. On the walls there are loads of paintings of famous and not so famous people who've played an important part in Christchurch history, and in one of the leaded windows you can see some Alice in Wonderland characters.

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  • We stumbled upon Brown's...

    We stumbled upon Brown's Restaurant&Bar on Woodstock Road. The food was delicious, and the huge restaurant was busy, busy. It was a short walk from there to the Town Centre and then to the colleges.

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  • Two different scenes, two...

    Two different scenes, two different restaurants named Browns. One Browns is an Oxford classic -- a tiny place in the Oxford covered market that serves typical English food beginning at 6 am. The other Browns (at the North end of St. Giles near Little Claredon St), is a large, airy trendy spot. Browns in Oxford Market -- egg on toast...

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  • The Mongolian Wok

    A happy, party atmosphere - not the location for a romantic dinner, they even have karaoke after 10.30PM. For about £10 you eat as much as can, and here's fun bit - you make the dishes too so you can't blame the chef if they're not very palatable. You walk around a servery, filling your bowl with various different types of food before handing to...

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  • Pierre Victoire

    A relatively pricey but extremely good French-style restaurant. It is often necessary to book in advance because of the popularity, especially amongst some of the richer students during term. A very nice place for a quiet or romantic, but not cheap, meal. The menu changes daily.

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  • Peppers (Take out)

    There are something like 20 different sauces you can chose to put on your burger (1/4 pounder or 1/2 pounder), that are chargrilled in front of you. The veggie burgers are tasty too (a far cry form the normal cardboard flavoured fayre you tend to get). Run by an ex-grad who came to Oxford and never left. Peppers does great burgers and chips (in...

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  • Here are my suggestions for...

    Here are my suggestions for eating out in Oxford...For CURRY: Jamals, Walton St., North OxfordFor THAI: Thai Orchid, St.Clements (East Oxford - the left-hand branch off the Plain roundabout near Magdalen)For FRENCH: Le Petit Blanc (it's Raymond Blanc's restaurant, and much more affordable than Le Manoir Aux Quatre Saisons, which is also in...

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  • Windrush Cafe in...

    Windrush Cafe in Boughton-on-the-water, The Cotswolds. Had a lovely ploughman's sandwhich here, delicious and quite delicious view too! A word of advice, you select a table first and note the number on the table because they will probably ask you the number of your table so they know where to send the food. Ploughman's sandwhich: bread, turkey or...

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  • The Trout GodstowMy favorite...

    The Trout GodstowMy favorite eating place is a Pub on the river Thames in a place called Godstow near Oxford it was built andused as a pub since 1160 it has a large and intresting menu prices are quite good main course £5 -£9 a very warm and poplar place all year round Ale and Gunness Pie with chedder mash

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  • The Nosebag

    A self service restaurant with a very down-to-earth friendliness. The food is 'natural' and very reasonably priced. They do both lunch and dinner. Any of the specials washed down with cranberry juice (which is quite rare in UK restaurants)

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