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Food & Drink: Cafés & Delis/sandwich bars

  • Type
  • Cuisine
  • Facilities
  • Location
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Their food menu runs from 9am to 10pm and suits all moods whether you’re after a quick breakfast, a sit down lunch or a big dinner. Drink-wise they offer a huge selection of craft beers, classic cocktails, homemade soft drinks and international wine list. Drop in, say hi, chill on their WiFi, browse their bookshelves, play some board games, build some Lego or simply sit and watch the world go by.
  • Central
    Café
    Brothers and Georgina’s are two traditional, independent cafes at the heart of Oxford’s Covered Market. Brothers has a delicious range of food and drinks including full breakfasts, lunchtime sandwiches, salads & snacks and afternoon teas, coffees & cakes. Georgina’s is a secret upstairs hideaway, with a bohemian feel and plenty to tempt you!
  • Central
    Café
    No longer a Puccino's franchise, but still has the odd scribbles on the wall.
  • Central
    Café
    Small, posh café by day (high and champagne teas, etc.), cocktails by night (happy hour 7-11pm Mon- Sat). Interesting décor, especially the door-closure device. Very crowded on May morning and at exam time. No bookings taken. Private hire available.
  • Central
    Café
    Sandwich shop and cafe with an emphasis on home made, organic, local produce. Hot meals too. Seating upstairs and free Wi-Fi access. Outside catering/delivery services too.
  • Café
    English cooked breakfasts and burgers in family-run eatery popular with motorcyclists.
  • North of the ring road
    Delicatessen
    Business breakfasts / lunches can be provided for conferences or meetings. And, as the name suggests, hampers are a speciality: gift hampers, picnics and hampers for glampers! 24h notice required, and they can come in a jute bag, cool bag or real wicker hamper. Perfect for a picnic in Blenheim Gardens.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Café
    Part of the Handle Bar family, serving breakfast, brunch and lunch using ethically sourced, local ingredients.
  • Central
    Café
    Serving breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner using ethically sourced, local ingredients.Tucked away above a bicycle shop, food, coffee and a slice of tranquility can be found in The Handle Bar Cafe and Kitchen. Enjoy breakfasts, brunches, lunches and dinners with ingredients carefully sourced from independent suppliers while you sit in the bright, airy, relaxed space overlooking St Michael's Street.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    Happy Friday Kitchen is a casual dining restaurant located on Cowley Road, Oxford. They are Oxford’s first and only 100% vegan restaurant. Their menu is inspired by plant based Californian comfort food, with our dishes ranging from Mac n Cheese to wholesome Buddha Bowls. They work closely with our like-minded suppliers to create delicious, eco and animal friendly dishes that we strongly believe vegans, vegetarians & meat-eaters will enjoy.
  • North Oxford
    Delicatessen
    Persian food, home-made Iranian and middle eastern food, plus catering for parties available.
  • Botley Road
    Café
    High Fidelity stands for good coffee, proper toasties, art and vinyl. It is a creative space for Botley residents and also the wider Oxford community.
  • Central
    Café
    Cafe situated at the bottom of the High Street. The window displays always look packed with sandwiches, paninis and cakes!
  • Abingdon Road
    Café
    Delicious lunch and cake made from ethically sourced ingredients in Oxford’s only wind-powered café.
  • West of the ring road
    Café
    Cute little cafe serving a new cake each month, and lunches every day.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Delicatessen
    Il Principe delicatessen is the right place where you will find a unique and exclusive selection of the best and typical Italian food carefully selected for you. Located just on Cowley Road, Oxford, we have been bringing our passion, skill and expertise in food and drink to our family business. We stock a selection of the finest cheeses, wines, olive oils, antipasti and gourmet foods from Italy and offer a variety of take-away pizza, pasta, meat and fish dishes.
  • Iffley / Rose Hill
    Pub
    Just over a mile south of Oxford City Centre. Homemade cakes and cream teas, local beers, limited home-made hot meals (check our opening hours). Converted barn overlooking Iffley Meadows available for hire. Cards now accepted subject to a minimum £5 spend. Customers can also set up a card tab.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    A sort of cross between Pret a Manger (indeed itsu was founded by the man behind Pret) and Wagamama - healthy, Asian-inspired hot food and snacks. Itsu is a well-established brand in London, and this is the first store outside the capital. Downloadable pdfs online list allergens and count the calories of each menu item.
  • Outside the ring road
    Restaurant
    At Jack and Alice we warmly welcome you into our wine bar and pantry. Open daily from 9.00am (10.00am Sundays) for coffee, breakfast and cake, the day drifts effortlessly through lunch into afternoon tea, then the lights go down and we crack open a bottle of wine from our extensive cellar collection, and the stories start to flow. Sharing with friends, our meat, cheese and chocolate boards, make a perfect match to our great wines and fantastic company. Hot food is also served lunchtime and evening. So pull up a chair, make yourself comfortable, and be part of our story.
  • Headington
    Café
    'Grocer...deli...coffee house' with a Waitrose-customer-friendly range of local & ethical meats/fish/cheese/fresh groceries/sandwiches/bread and many other specialities. Also external catering (inc. hamper) service.
  • Wolvercote
    Pub
    Jacobs Inn is situated in the beautiful parish of Wolvercote, on the edge of Port Meadow. Fish from Brixham, game from the Cotswold's and specials that change twice a day – brilliant food at a big happy pub near Oxford. Their idea is all about having good people, a love of whole hearted robust British cooking, locally sourced meats (we haven't told the pigs in the back garden quite how local; yet!) and a welcoming space to enjoy our wears. Inside all is airy, rustic, beautiful, with old tongue-and-groove walls and wide plank floors, books to read, chesterfields to recline on, and a fair few stuffed animals on the walls (very à la mode). Dogs doze by the fire, children tuck into baby burgers, and in summer you spill into the grounds, with picnic tables, deckchairs and great big terrace.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Local, organic food alongside selling exhibitions by local artists. Acoustic gigs, talks, films, workshops, etc. The Jam Factory serves only free-range, well sourced produce - local where possible and all cooked fresh to order. All of our beef is 28 dry aged Scotch Angus and we are proud members of the Scotch Beef Club! Our fish come from day boats not trawlers and we do not source from the Pacific Ocean... ever.
  • Outside the ring road
    Pub
    The English pub, with the tradition of drink, socialising and simple, satisfying, honest pub food. The James Figg offers a fantastic open fire for those cold wintery days, going well with a nice warming glass of red wine, or even a bottle, also offering a fantastic beer garden set behind the stables, an idyllic space perfect for lazing on sunny afternoons with a pint in hand or a nice chilled bottle of wine.
  • Jericho
    Café
    Just minutes from the city centre yet tucked away in fashionable, bustling Jericho, with delicious home-made food served by friendly people from early ’till late. Whether it’s excellent coffee you want, a full English breakfast, light healthy lunch, tea and a (large!) slice of home-made cake, or a full evening meal after a film at the independent cinema across the street- we’ve got it covered at the Jericho Cafe.
  • Central
    Coffee shop
    In the beginning James and Lizzie served coffee on the Magdalen Bridge in Oxford, and later in the Radcliffe Camera Square. Soon after came farmer’s markets, college balls and events. Being a part of the Oxford community was, and still is, a huge part of the Jericho business. When the opportunity arose to move into a pop-up café off of Oxford High Street, James and Lizzie purchased their own roaster to enable them to roast their own coffee beans for the café. Now, Jericho Coffee Traders proudly serves customers from their flagship espresso bar on Oxford’s high street.
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