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Food & Drink: Delis/sandwich bars

  • Type
  • Cuisine
  • Facilities
  • Location
  • Central
    Café
    This establishment's name is a fairly good summary of its location and fare. Coffee, cakes 'n' sammies on the former site of Mortons.
  • Central
    Café
    At the David Slager Jewish Student Centre. Kosher sandwiches, soup, bagels, schnitzel, fish and chips, burgers etc., all served in their spacious lounge. All special requirements can be catered for. Satellite tv, wifi, wii, newspapers and 'well stocked, diverse Judaica library'. 10% student discount.
  • Central
    Sandwich bar
  • Central
    Café
    Steps up to front entrance (and down to loo inside) but wheelchair users can ring bell to summon help.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Fast food
    Choose between vegetarian, chicken and beef options for your dish and then add one of eight special sauces. Minimum delivery £15 within three mile radius. £1 delivery charge.
  • Central
    Café
  • Central
    Sandwich bar
  • Central
    Sandwich bar
  • Central
    Sandwich bar
    Everything is produced on the premises from the freshest ingredients. We offer traditional English favourites such as Fish and Chips and cooked breakfasts. You may not have tasted some of our east Mediterranean specialities such as Lahmacun (Turkish ‘pizza’), Halal beef Kofte and Turkish breakfast sausage (Sucuk). Whatever you choose, you won’t be disappointed.
  • Headington
    Café
    Open 7.30am-5.30pm Mon-Sat 8.30am-2.30pm Sun.
  • Central
    Café
    verything is produced on the premises from the freshest ingredients. We offer traditional English favourites such as Fish and Chips and cooked breakfasts. You may not have tasted some of our east Mediterranean specialities such as Lahmacun (Turkish ‘pizza’), Halal beef Kofte and Turkish breakfast sausage (Sucuk). Whatever you choose, you won’t be disappointed.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Café
    Independent Asian home baking, sandwiches and coffee. Fresh food, cash only payment.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Café
    A Café with a difference - all their staff are volunteers and come from socially excluded backgrounds and are now rebuilding their lives in many ways, using their time well to volunteer is one way they do this.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Café
    Smart but friendly café, joining the throng of places on the Cowley Rd. We're told the free wifi actually works here! Wooden floors and tables look both sophisticated and practical, and staff seem friendly. Lots of people sit with laptops. There are artworks on the walls some of which are for sale, and the pastries are homemade by a Parisian baker.
  • Central
    Café
    Inspired by the Swedish forest (skogen) this café offers delicious Scandinavian cuisine in a cool and calm space. The inspiration comes from our cosy little summerhouse on the south coast of Sweden where generations of the Andersson family have enjoyed summers for over 40 years. We wanted to capture a feeling of the calm woodland and glorious coastline and share with you the fresh cuisine of cured fish, fantastic cheese, artisan bread and healthy salads.
  • Central
    Coffee shop
    This small chain has luxurious coffee shops in Bath, Bristol, Oxford and London, with added art magazines to inspire you as you recharge and caffeinate yourself.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Sandwich bar
    There are various others around town (including on Brookes University campus).
  • Central
    Delicatessen
  • Central
    Sandwich bar
  • Central
    Sandwich bar
  • Botley Road
    Sandwich bar
  • Central
    Delicatessen
  • Summertown
    Delicatessen
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    BYO for diners only, firm favourite for student crew-dates, but with better food than other such venues! Available for takeaway through Deliveroo.
  • Central
    Café
    2700 board games for you to play; tea, coffee and cake to sustain you. You pay a cover charge per person, and can stay for up to 3 hours. There's plenty of help choosing (and setting up/playing/learning) games, and some for sale if you can't bear to part with them. If your friends are all philistines who don't like board games, or you just want to meet some new people, Tuesday evenings are open gaming so you can come and join a group and maybe play something new. The fourth Sunday of each month is PlayTest, where you can bring a board game you are designing, for members of the public to play and give you feedback.
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