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

  • Type
  • Cuisine
  • Facilities
  • Location
  • North of the ring road
    Pub
    Welcome to one of the most inviting hotels in Oxfordshire. It’s not easy to find a 17th century town house that embodies the best of boutique living and chic décor. Luckily for you, The Feathers is just that, an independent Oxfordshire hotel that is bursting with Cotswold charm and Oxfordshire heritage – not forgetting unique rooms and delicious food. Combining the best of Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds, you’ll find The Feathers in the heart of the historic market town of Woodstock. Close enough to the places that interest you most, join us and you can share in the spoils of our superb location.
  • Central
    Café
    Hot drinks and all sorts of food to takeaway or sit and eat at their covered outdoor tables.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    Coffee lounge which transforms into a pan-Asian buffet (self-service, eat-as-much-as-you-like for a set fee) for lunch and dinner. Free wifi. The First Floor are a contemporary Multi-Cuisine Buffet Restaurant & Bar with a coffee lounge and free Wi-Fi access. Famed for their “All You Can Eat” Halal buffet, vibrant atmosphere and sophisticated interior, they have become an established favourite with locals, corporate clients and students alike since their opening in December 2008. They also have an extensive A La Carte menu. Situated in the heart of the colourful and cultured Cowley Road it’s the perfect venue to dine, drink or relax.
  • Osney
    Restaurant
    This was started as a delicious way to promote fish cookery, which needn't be expensive and time-consuming. The menu changes every two weeks to ensure that the fish being showcased are the most recently available, and recipes are published so you can try the same thing at home. Fish and chips every Friday! See the latest menus on the facebook page. Dishes are labelled for dairy and gluten - good marks for the labelling but there is not always a dairy and gluten-free option available: check menu on facebook before you go. Prices are amazingly cheap for what looks like some fancy cookery.
  • Botley & Cumnor
    Pub
    The Fishes is a hidden gem. Quite a big gem, too. An imposing Victorian building set in acres of wooded grounds leading down to the banks of Seacourt Stream. The deck that wraps around the conservatory offers a rare opportunity in land-locked Oxford to dine outside with an idyllic view. Outdoor seating on terrace and amongst pine trees; picnic hampers available in summer. Salsa evenings and other events (see website).
  • Central
    Burger joint
    Fast-food chain with made-to-order burgers and fries. AND free peanuts!
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    The Fleece overlooks the expanse of Witney’s beautiful Church Green. Since we took it over ten years ago it has twice been voted one of the top twenty pubs in the UK. Loyally supported by the people of Witney we are one of the few places in town where you can sit outside on sunny days, eating, drinking & watching the world go by. We also have a private dining room for meetings or parties & 10 comfortable en suite bedrooms.
  • South of the ring road
    Pub
    The Fleur de Lys is a charming Inn nestling in the sleepy medieval village of Dorchester on Thames, 9 miles from Oxford. The Inn has a dining room, cosy bar, great garden and five fabulous luxury ensuite bedrooms. The 16th century Fleur de Lys Inn provides a perfect retreat for a weekend or mid-week break. Stroll along the High Street, steeped in historic English charm and visit the magnificent Augustinian Abbey, or enjoy the surrounding countryside with its myriad of delightful rambles, including the sleepy Thames riverbanks and the spectacular views from the top of Wittenham Clumps.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Food & drinks served indoors or outdoors on the floating pontoon. Also embarkation point for Oxford River Cruises (sightseeing & picnic trips).
  • Central
    Tea room
    Formosan is an independent business established in Oxford in 2012 by a local Taiwanese entrepreneur. Being the first and only tea bar of its kind, we revive the former glory of healthy, authentic bubble tea. We carefully source all of our tea leaves directly from THE world’s best tea-farming regions, in Taiwan. Based on the Chinese tea ceremony developed over thousands of years, we’ve adopted a meticulous brewing process to bring out a finely balanced taste. This allows you to enjoy our teas just on their own, or shaken, with a choice of fresh organic milk, finest honey or fresh lemon juice. Delivery available through Deliveroo.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Beat the heat with the hottest dishes at 4500 Miles to Delhi, one of liveliest Indian restaurants – oozing with class, from the décor to the superb cuisine to the fashionable clientele. Classical Indian tradition is observed and only natural ingredients incorporating fresh herbs and spices will be used in the preparation of our dishes, in this way you experience Indian food as it was meant to be, free from all artificial additives, preservatives and food colouring.
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    We are a traditional riverside Inn and restaurant in the beautiful village of Great Barrington nr. Burford, Oxfordshire with rustic soul by the bucket load. Nestled in the heart of the Windrush Valley, we are blessed with stunning views, award-winning dining, a proper bar and 7 handsome bedrooms. An intimate and warm locals’ pub for Cotswold explorers.
  • Central
    Pizzeria
    These guys began as a street food truck in Brixton, and are now expanding into permanent premises around the UK. They stick to one thing, so expect a menu of pizza! They offer a gluten free base, but can’t guarantee a 100% flour-free environment, though their gluten free base does not contain any gluten.
  • South of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Often full of children having birthday parties. They cater for all needs with a huge gluten free menu, a wide offering of vegetarian dishes and host of healthier, lighter bites.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Simple Chinese restaurant and takeaway. Min order £10 with an additional £1 delivery charge. Very popular crew date venue for students
  • Central
    Café
    The raspberry yoghurt ice-cream is to be recommended. Has siblings in Jericho and the Cowley Road.
  • Jericho
    Café
    Possibly the best coffee ice cream in Oxford. A bit noisy and crowded, especially after the pubs close, but there's a tiny garden out the back, and you can read Daily Info there too. Has siblings in St Aldates and the Cowley Road.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Café
    Bagels, cakes and drinks too. Ongoing customer flavour suggestion competition. Sibling outlets on St Aldates and Little Clarendon St.
  • Jericho
    Pub
    Cosy and friendly, with lovely vegetarian food and nice barpeople. The pub is so nice, and the food so good, that even non-vegetarians are moved to seek it out. The pub quiz (Sundays) includes the tie-break: draw a cartoon of the landlord and his dog.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Pub
    Here at the Gardeners Arms on North Parade we are a long narrow traditional one bar pub with a galley kitchen, from which a vast array of good value meals are served. A friendly atmosphere and warm welcome are assured here. Our ethos is to provide a great, personal service at great prices. Whilst a lot of pubs have applied much of their attention on turning into a Gastro pub we feel that a pub should be just what it was meant in years gone by; a friendly place to enjoy a drink with friends and strangers, to eat good honest, unpretentious food and leave wanting to return soon.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Restaurant
    Run by the same folks as the Old Parsonage Hotel, just down the road. Their menu is best described as Mediterranean, simply prepared and expertly cooked, & centred around the wood fire oven & charcoal grill. The wine list is a considered mix of Old World & New, cocktails seasonal & skilfully prepared, feel welcome to drop by for a glass or two…
  • South of the ring road
    Inn
    The George Hotel Dorchester on Thames combines the beauty of an historic building, complete with oak beams and inglenook fireplaces, with all the advantages of a modern hotel. The George Hotel Dorchester on Thames is a striking, idyllic 15th Century coaching inn, built in 1495 it is one of the oldest coaching inns in the country, allowing you to tread on the path of history. Situated opposite the famous Dorchester Abbey & Museum.
  • 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
    Restaurant
    Serving an impressive variety of authentic Italian favourites, Gino's well-priced menu, bustling yet low-key atmosphere and unmistakably delicious food have made it a firm favourite with locals, students and tourists. This family-run Italian restaurant offers guests the highlights of Italy's gastronomy, focusing on pizzas, an array of pasta dishes, fresh salads and quality meat and fish which are served, in true Italian style, in generous portions.
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