Food & Drink: Cafés & Delis/sandwich bars

  • Type
  • Cuisine
  • Facilities
  • Location
  • Abingdon Road
    Café
    Serves tasty fresh pastries, paninis, hot drinks etc.
  • Central
    Salad bar
    Take-away sandwich and salad bar serving natural and organic foods. Very busy at lunchtime, especially in the summer.
  • Central
    Sandwich bar
    Nearest sandwicherie to New College, Wadham, Harris Manchester, Mansfield, Linacre...
  • Central
    Coffee shop
    Long-standing coffee and cake stall outside St Michael's Church. There is a second branch at the train station.
  • Central
    Coffee shop
    These kind folks are up and awake even by 6.30 on weekdays to feed you your first cup of coffee. They now offer you icecubes to cool it to drinkable, which works extremely well.
  • Central
    Café
    'Over the lift bridge in the picturesque village of Thrupp, north of Kidlington on the Oxford canal, lies Annie's...', for hot and cold drinks, homemade cakes, sandwiches & cream teas. Exhibition space too.
  • Central
    Café
    We differentiate ourselves from others by offering a large variety of free range, organic, gluten free and vegan products. All our sandwiches are freshly made in our shops in Oxford, and most of our meat and cheeses come from David John in the Covered Market. We frequently collaborate with local artists to help spreading their work, making everyone's day more enjoyable and rich. External catering too. Seating upstairs for 50 (room hireable for private parties); free Wi-Fi access.
  • Central
    Café
    Good, reasonably-priced, upmarket hot and cold food in the museum's attractively vaulted basement. Can be hired out for your own private functions too! You can also visit the Ashmolean Rooftop Restaurant.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    On the top floor of the museum, this rather classy venue has an outdoor rooftop terrace (highly enjoyable on a hot day but rather exposed in inclement weather). It's always busy, and it's definitely worth booking in advance (although if it's full you can always go down to the comfortably proletarian café in the basement). Dress is usually smart-casual and there's rarely a toddler in sight. The Dining Room can be hired outside museum opening hours, and will take up to 100 people for a drinks reception, 70 for a seated dinner and 80 for an informal buffet.
  • West of the ring road
    Café
    The working pottery gives tours, and you can buy finished items in the shop. The gardens are also well worth seeing, with seasonal interest all year round. Food on offer includes main meals, sandwiches, cakes and coffee.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Burger joint
    East Oxford culinary comic book chain, associated with Atomic Pizza and Big Ron's Burrito Shack.
  • South of the ring road
    Café
    Independent coffee house and tea room, specialising in fine teas & hand-crafted coffees, as well as crepes, handmade cakes and made-to-order sandwiches.
  • Temple Cowley
    Café
    Shopping centre cafe serving hot drinks, pastries and other snacks, plus more substantial lunch menu (jackets, paninis, etc). Friendly service, used to catering for all ages, from the tiniest high-chair user (and parent juggling cups) to afternoon tea for retired folks. Potted palms and split-level site make for interest, and the whole space seems open and spacious. The menu is straightforward but things like fruit juices are more natural without artificial ingredients; it's not awash with sugary carbonated tooth-rotting drinks, and is therefore kind for families.
  • Jericho
    Delicatessen
  • Central
    Restaurant
    A Gloucester Green takeaway stalwart.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Coffee shop
    Also serves mouthwatering cakes and everything you need to make coffee at home.
  • Central
    Café
    Changing seasonal homemade menu, cakes and drinks. High chairs and baby changing facilities available. Cuisine: Vegetarian/Vegan friendly.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Tasty sandwiches, cakes and hot drinks to take away or eat in.
  • Central
    Greasy spoon
    Classic greasy spoon, and none the worse for that.
  • Abingdon Road
    Café
    BAPS- rolls, barm cakes, stotties, bread cakes call ‘em what you like, we aim for our baps to be the best baps in Britain! Made especially for us by an Oxford baker up by the Mini factory, these baps are anything but mini. Local flours, no flour improvers.
  • Headington
    Café
    Serves all the usuals - sandwiches, teas, coffees etc.
  • Central
    Café
    Nice little independent café.
  • Central
    Café
    An inspirational social enterprise providing accredited on the job training and routes to employment for homeless people. The Café is open to the public and there is space inside to showcase artwork from the Skylight Centre. Delicious food photos by Helen Ward.
  • Central
    Café
    A 5 minute walk from the centre of Oxford brings you to this beautiful cafe serving delicious food throughout the day with views of Christ Church and its meadow. Lewis Carrolls 'Alice in Wonderland' has inspired Cafe Locos Mad Hatters Tea Party.
  • Central
    Café
    Serving breakfasts, coffee, flapjacks etc. & daily meals. Follow signs from Iffley Road entrance, it's near the main reception.
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