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  • South of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Chaba being the Thai word for the Hibiscus flower, we're situated across two floors in what used to be the old Thai Orchid Restaurant, just off the corner of The High Street and West St. Helen Street in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, Chaba Thai Restaurant offers you the very best in Thai Food to either enjoy in our redecorated, modern restaurant, sample express Thai cuisine over a lunch-time - with Noodle Soups, Stir-Frys, Curries or collect as a take-away/have delivered to your home or work-place.
  • Central
    Tea room
    Their tea constructions are recognisably elaborate.
  • South of the ring road
    Inn
    The Chequers has been licensed to serve fine ales, stout, wines and spirits since early 1800s and this charming, peaceful, characteristic countryside inn is the perfect retreat for a relaxing drink, meal or overnight stay; whichever one you choose; you will always be made very welcome. Our bar area has a large open fire with comfy leather sofas & chairs and our cosy pleasant dining areas overlook the village green in this delightful Oxfordshire village of Charney Bassett. The 3 en-suite rooms have been re-decorated with a bright, airy feel and pleasantly furnished to ensure you have a comfortable stay with us. All 3 rooms have a King size bed, flat screen digital TV, hairdryer, free Wi-Fi, a desk for working as well as tea and coffee facilities. For the comfort of all our guests, we have a non-smoking policy in all rooms
  • Headington
    Pub
    They are a family run establishment so are always pleased to see your family. They have a great beer selection including Wolf Rock Red IPA, Hell Weathers, Golden IPA, Cobra, Carling, Coors Light and super cold Peroni, served at 2?C! Their large garden is a real treat and has a raised decking area overlooking the sunken garden, also with a BBQ to use. Frequent live sports and other events plus Aunt Sally!
  • South of the ring road
    Inn
    17th century Inn in a country setting with open fires in the winter months, a private dining room, a large garden complete with kids play area and garden games as well as ample space to relax, drink and dine.
  • West of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Experience the deep south of the USA right here in West Oxfordshire.
  • Central
    Pub
    You will find The Chequers in Oxford within a short stroll of Queen Street, St Aldates and Cornmarket Street - however you won't find another like it. Step in to discover a traditional pub of unique character, revered for its eclectic range of real ales and its quality pub food, which are served, as they should be, with a generous measure of famous British hospitality. Much of the interior of our pub dates from the 1500s when an old tenement belonging to a moneylender was rebuilt as a tavern. The chequerboard was the symbol of the money-changer, having its origins in the checked cloth used by the Romans in their calculations. This pub once exhibited strange animals discovered by 17th Century explorers and technological marvels of the age.
  • South of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Since 2006, multi award winning chef Steven Sanderson has been delighting his customers with a beautiful selection of delicious dishes that offer traditional values with a modern twist.
  • North of the ring road
    Pub
    We offer you breakfasts, lunches, children's meals, mains, desserts and our famous Sunday Carvery. Enjoy Fullers real ales, ciders and lagers as well as an extensive selection of fine wines and liquor. Our spacious garden and patio overlooks some wide and open fields which makes it ideal for dining al fresco. There is plenty of free parking space for pub patrons in our private car park. Motorhome friendly, and wheelchair access. We are on the route of the Oxfordshire Way walk. You are welcome to bring your dog inside our pub and garden.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Pub
    Seasonal menus curated by chef Paul Bell. Celebrate a special occasion in the restaurant or Marquee. This well known restaurant has been voted Wine List of the Year – Good Food Guide 2014 & Louise Roederer Imbibe Magazine awards. Earlyish closing in the restaurant: once you're there, the kitchen will stay open for you, but you do need to get there by about 8.45pm. Enjoy a relaxing time on the river Cherwell in our hand crafted punts, punt station: 01865 515978.
  • North of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Trainees need customers to practice on. This means sometimes surprising, sometimes cordon-bleu cookery at ridiculously cheap prices. Expect to pay less than £10 for three courses. Individual and party bookings are welcome and special dietary requirements can be catered for with prior notice.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    Spacious pub in quiet residential street near Iffley Fields nature reserve. Great pub quiz every Sunday, extensive food and drink menus.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Beautiful juxtaposition of exquisite Thai food complete with edible orchid-style presentation, in endearingly-wonky Elizabethan half-timbered house.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Fast food
    Like KFC, only different, and (we're assured) better! Whatever strange images the name conjures up, this is a palace for all things chickeny. There are discounts for students and local businesses, free home delivery if you're feeling lazy, and free wifi if you make it in to the shop.
  • South-East Oxford
    Takeaway
  • Cowley Road Area
    Takeaway
    Delivery service available to Temple Cowley, Slade, Town Furze, Wood Farm, Littlemore, Rose Hill, Donnington, Blackbird Leys, Greater Leys, Kings Copse, Garsington, Horspath. They've been serving chinese food for 40 years. Sadly a recent revamp means you can no longer read the fabulous FAQ about Chinese food nor an explanation of 'Wok Hey' and general good humour.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    The aim is to provide customers with a range of dishes that reflect the diversity of Asia. Taking favourites from Thailand and matching them with recipes from Japan, Malaysia and China. They directly source all the vegetables, herbs and spices used to make the sauces that go with the dishes. The menu is deliberately limited to 8-10 dishes at any one time, enabling Chozen to execute on freshness and quality.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Chutneys is the oldest surviving Indian restaurant in the Oxford City. Their menus are based on the highest quality produce and fresh seasonal ingredients from all corners of South East Asia. They use 100% vegetarian oil, containing no cholesterol - all ingredients are carefully sourced and they never use artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Executive Chef, Vivek Singh, opens the doors to his kitchen to reveal the art of his culinary creations with a host of inspired Masterclasses. This is a unique opportunity to truly explore the diverse cuisine of the subcontinent.
  • Central
    Bar
    A boutique basement bar offering cocktails.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    The City Arms is a vibrant venue with great food, fantastic selection of drinks and a pleasant atmosphere. They welcome groups of all age groups and will welcome you whether it be for lunch or dinner or just a few cocktails. Big focus on sports and will stream all the major games you could want. Also have food to everyone's taste and dietary requirements.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    They say "Oxford is home to a variety of shisha lounges, but we hope to make Cloud 10 your second home." Their marketing is keen on Fridays, and doesn't think much of Mondays. You can charge your phone and while away the time with a big shisha pipe and a big group of friends. The mocktails look grand and are served a in a variety of on-trend vessels. NB This bar serves Shisha but no alcohol.
  • South of the ring road
    Pub
    The Coach and Horses Inn, Chislehampton is a charming 16th Century Inn offering guests a bar, restaurant and accommodation. Sitting in traditional English countryside, not far from the River Thame, the inn has a pleasant courtyard area and a separate large garden often used for BBQs. Inside, you’ll find bar, lounge and restaurant. This centuries-old former coaching inn includes a popular, oak beamed restaurant – justifiably proud of the seasonal a la carte menu, many dishes are prepared using locally sourced foods wherever possible. The bar includes a selection of local real ale, including Hook Norton and Loddon breweries as well as lagers and continental beers. A selection of fine wines from around the world is also available. Guest accommodation comprises nine en-suite double or twin bedrooms.
  • South of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Contemporary Oriental dishes with influences from Chinese, Thai, Japanese and Mongolian cuisines. (including set and vegetarian/healthy options). Takeaways available, and you can also hire the restaurant out for private parties and receptions.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    Small dishes and lots of them. Excellent vegan and vegetarian selection, nearly all gluten-free, and a beautifully clearly labelled menu. Under 10s eat free. Follow them on facebook for some excellent special offers (free hoppers in January, free food for mums on Mother's Day, to name a couple).
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