Food & Drink: Restaurants

  • Type
  • Cuisine
  • Facilities
  • Location
  • East of the ring road
    Pub
    Lovely village pub with a cricketing theme, 7 rooms and a cracking restaurant. Oxford less than 10 miles. We offer seven delightful en-suite rooms, each with a distinct and individual ambiance – just like the famous cricketers after whom they’re named.
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    As they have overnight guests, the Bear and Ragged Staff serve Breakfast from 7am daily. Lunch (including a Set Price Menu) is served from 12-3 and Dinner from 6-9.30pm. Between 3 and 6pm, their Daytime Dining menu is available, with a short but tasty selection of hot food and snacks. On Sundays they serve a Sunday Best menu from 12-9pm. They love being a real pub as well as a great gastro pub, with well-kept ales on tap – Hooky and Abbot Ale to name a couple – with Continental beers and lagers including Peroni & Estrella.
  • North of the ring road
    Pub
    Opened in 2009, The Bell at Hampton Poyle is a delightful 9 bedroom, independent, privately owned Boutique Hotel, Pub and Restaurant . The charm of this century's old historic Pub has been complimented by the contemporary design of the restaurant. Flagstone floors, oak beams and large leather armchairs set the tone in this classic English Inn.
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    The Bell Inn is a beautiful 18th century Cotswold stone building, located at the heart of a little town called Charlbury. It has 12 fantastic Bed and Breakfast rooms, Each one different from the next. Some of these rooms are located in the main building and others located in the Cornbury suite. The Cornbury suite is also home to The Bell’s private function room, a great place to hold any events like parties, uninterrupted dinners, meetings, classes and weddings. The main building houses the traditional bar and a beautiful 24 seat restaurant, along with the south lounge and comfortable snug. There are two gorgeous open fires to relax in front of with your choice of beverage.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Pop by after a visit to the Odeon or the New Theatre try a generously topped classic pizza, a piping hot portion of pasta or something mouth-watering from the grill - all packed with authentic Italian flavours and made with love. Open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a menu full of tasty Italian dishes made with ingredients crafted with Italian family tradition.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Benito’s Hat started with a small store in Goodge Street in London, lovingly conceived by Ben Fordham and Felipe Fuentes Cruz, our founders. Ben and Felipe were passionate about bringing simple, fresh Mexican food to the UK that was both authentic and modern. Since then, 6 more stores have opened in the UK, all of them being true to the original ideals that have made Benito’s Hat into one of the most loved up and coming Mexican brands in the country.
  • Summertown
    Pub
    The Bicycle Shed serve brunch, lunch and dinner, fine wines, liquors and cocktails as well as craft beer, bar snacks and artisan coffee. This eatery is bringing a new bit of fun to the neighbourhood!
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Bill's' emphasis is on good produce. It's gastropub style food, and they sell jars of Bill's pickle and suchlike. Now doing breakfasts. Menus are helpfully labelled gluten-free, dairy-free, veggie and vegan, and nutty. But the labelling doesn't necessarily translate into a lot of choice, for instance none of the breakfasts are gluten-free. However they do offer the option of gf toast, so hopefully they can make something to suit.
  • East of the ring road
    Inn
    This lovely pub is full of cosy nooks and snugs for lazy days with a pint or two whilst their beautiful new brasserie to the rear is open all day everyday serving delicious pub fare with a Gallic twist. With all dishes cooked from scratch using the best seasonal produce you will be spoilt for choice. Whether you are popping in with the family (four-legged friends to be considered very much a part of the family too!) or celebrating an occasion, you can pull up a chair and be assured of a warm welcome from all at The Black Horse.
  • West of the ring road
    Inn
    Overlooking the market square in the historic town of Witney, The Blue Boar dates back to the 17th century. For 200 years, this Cotswold coaching inn bore the name of The Marlborough in honour of the Duke before its original name was restored when it reopened its doors in 2011. Following our extensive restoration we now offer a 70-seat restaurant, bar area, function room, imposing courtyard and 20 boutique-style bedrooms. Formerly The Marlborough Hotel.
  • Jericho
    Restaurant
    After opening over 15 years ago in the heart of cosmopolitan Jericho, Branca has established itself as a bustling, vibrant bar and restaurant with a destination deli next door and an extensive garden terrace for alfresco summer dining. Our large, bustling and light filled brasserie offers an extensive all day menu, popular set menu, daily specials and great coffee with cake.
  • Jericho
    Restaurant
    Our brasseries are warm and welcoming with comfortable spaces where you can gather with friends, family or colleagues for a leisurely lunch, our seasonal, two course set menu or dishes from our extensive a la carte menu. Many of our restaurants have great little bars and lovely outside areas where you can stave off the hunger until dinner with a glass of wine, a beer or a refreshing cocktail. Our food is sourced with care from some of the best producers and farmers in the country, the dishes are freshly prepared by our wonderful chefs and brought to you by knowledgeable teams who are here to make your visit just as perfect as it can be.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    The chain's second venture outside of the M25 – Oxford. Find themon the rooftop of the snazzy Westgate shopping centre. Slip through the SMEG fridge and find the tropical haven that is Backseat Becky’s cocktail bar.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Bar
    BrewDog say... "We'd been looking for a kick-ass location in Oxford for ages, but thanks to a series of comments from local equity punks, we managed to earmark Cowley Road as our (and their) preferred site for a bar." BrewDog is on the corner with Princes Street and a stone’s throw from the O2 Academy! People power has paid off with 15 taps of craft beer, an epic burger and wings menu and an awesome beer garden for everyone in this incredible city.
  • Headington
    Restaurant
    As part of the Oxford School of Hospitality Management , this award-winning restaurant operates in a community of professionals dedicated to promoting excellence in food, wine and service. They provide learning and development opportunities for students who are committed to careers in the international hospitality industry. Incorporates local and seasonal produce into its dishes, using local meat, vegetables and fruits and sustainable fish.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Tasty sandwiches, cakes and hot drinks to take away or eat in.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Browns serves predominantly English cuisine, with a Mediterranean twist. The gluten-free menu is carefully thought out, and there are also seasonal menus launched at regular intervals. Classic destination for visiting parents taking students out to lunch, business dinners and dates.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Describing itself as a FoodPoint, this authentic Italian serves every meal of the day with traditional fare, as well as selling ingredients in an onsite mini-market.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    George Osborne got a lot of flack for tweeting a picture of himself with a Byron burger. The tabloids considered it too posh.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Bar
    Cocos prides itself on its friendly service, buzzing atmosphere, great cocktails and lip smacking food, including healthy breakfast options and gluten free dishes such as Superfood Porridge and Superfood Salad. Boost your day with a nutritious freshly pressed vegetable or fruit juice. Did you know they serve the best cappuccino in Oxford?!
  • 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.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    Popular, cheap and cheerful.
  • Jericho
    Restaurant
    Tucked away amongst the shops and restaurants on Little Clarendon Street, Café Rouge Oxford is a little of slice of Paris right in the heart of the city. With an interior inspired by the rich history of rowing and punting, there's a fantastic boat-style booth as well as a conservatory, large private dining room and a gorgeous outdoor dining area perfect for warmer months!
  • Iffley / Rose Hill
    Restaurant
    A charming neighbourhood Bangladeshi & Indian restaurant and bar, located on The Parade, Rose Hill Oxford; A relaxed and friendly atmosphere for dining in or a quality take-out. We truly have a passion for all types of food and hope our clientele share our enthusiasm for quality food served at its simplicity best.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Homecooked pizza, insalata, mezze, tiramisu and more. Breakfast and brunch and afternoon tea menus also available. No gluten-free options.
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