Food & Drink: Restaurants, Cafés & Delis/sandwich bars

  • Type
  • Cuisine
  • Facilities
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Smart Indian restaurant close to the train station. Lunchtime buffet from £7.95. Delivery available through Deliveroo.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Restaurant
    Restaurant within the Cotswold Lodge Hotel, open to both guests and the public.
  • Central
    Restaurant
  • Abingdon Road
    Café
    Portuguese & Brazilian cafe & food shop, serving tasty fresh pastries, paninis, hot drinks etc.
  • Jericho
    Restaurant
    Jericho's long-standing Lebanese restaurant, with a hotel upstairs should you over-indulge.
  • Jericho
    Restaurant
    Spanish tapas and - very occasionally - live music/dancing.
  • Central
    Bar
    Stylish in a clean, chain bar kind of way. Large enough to mean there is nearly always somewhere to sit down. Former premises of Russell Acott - instruments and sheet music sales, 1894-1999 - as the tiled mosaic on the doorway floor testifies.
  • Central
    Salad bar
    Take-away sandwich and salad bar serving natural and organic foods. Very busy at lunchtime, especially in the summer.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    Characterful Youngs pub with street-front beer garden, coal fires, various games and decent grub. Toilets upstairs, hence not wheelchair-friendly. Has Wi-Fi.
  • Central
    Restaurant
  • North of the ring road
    Restaurant
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    New restaurant, Autumn 2017, where Aziz used to be on the Cowley Road. Promising Meze, Mangal and Turkish cuisine.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
  • Central
    Café
    Sandwich shop and cafe with an emphasis on home made, organic, local produce - with regular art exhibitions. 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. You can also visit the Ashmolean Rooftop Restaurant.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    'Rustic, regional European dishes made from fresh local ingredients... 80 handpicked wines'. 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.
  • Headington
    Restaurant
    Refurbed Chinese takeaway, formerly Hang Chow.
  • ASK
    ASK
    Central
    Restaurant
    Glossy and popular chain pizza provider.
  • West of the ring road
    Café
    Award-winning café with locally-sourced home-made food, including main meals, sandwiches, cakes and coffee.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Thai food upstairs on Oxford's High Street.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Burger joint
    East Oxford culinary comic book chain, associated with Atomic Pizza and Big Ron's Burrito Shack.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    Sister of Atomic Burger and now Big Ron's Burrito Shack, child of former Italian pizzeria Fratelli's: Oxford's own celebration of Americana, the 80's, and how much pop culture you can cram on to one pizza. Also thick shakes, burgers, ribs, wings, & sticky puds.
  • Headington
    Restaurant
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Oxford's only Korean restaurant, located in Royal Oxford Hotel. Seats 100, private room available. Korean food is not just Chinese by another name - so this is one for the adventurous of spirit. But we hear it's authentic and very rare - there are only a couple in London and one in Birmingham.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Serves Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Singaporean dishes.
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