Food & Drink: Restaurants & Cafés

  • Type
  • Cuisine
  • Facilities
  • Location
  • Central
    Pub
    Trendy bar and eatery on the site of a centuries-old coaching inn in the heart of the city centre.
  • 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.
  • Outside the ring road
    Pub
    'Modern British cuisine' featuring local produce, fresh fish & veggie options, all cooked to order. Gluten free options / food intolerances / allergies all catered for. Large groups catered for; pre-ordering service available to businesses at lunch. Events such as quiz nights, live music, race nights etc held at fairly regular intervals and advertised outside the pub and on the Three Horseshoes facebook group.
  • East of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Pub with a regularly-changing menu focusing on locally sourced ingredients and seasonal produce. Features a beer garden scattered with architectural salvage from LASSCO. Ample parking. Easy access from J7 of M40 and from 8A Oxford Services. You can book private dining rooms, or various areas within the shop and restaurant, or even the entire site. Licensed for music and live entertainment.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Café
    Time-themed cafe doing breakfasts, sandwiches and the rest.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Gourmet burgers made with the best produce. With branches in Iceland, Norway, Germany, Denmark and Italy, this burger chain is internationally renowned. They're proudly rough around the edges and strongly believe that good music and relaxed atmophere makes a great burger taste even better.
  • Iffley / Rose Hill
    Pub
    Private hire: The conference room seats 30 people. The day delegate rate is £28 per person, and includes tea / coffee, biscuits, choice of menu for lunch, room hire, OHP screens, flipcharts, pens, pads and bottled water. Ensuite rooms and restaurant are also available for hire, as well as ample parking facilities.
  • North of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Trinity C&C is proud to announce the famous Cabbages & Condoms (C&C) restaurant from Bangkok which repeatedly won the Thailand’s Best Restaurant Award to the door steps of Bicester..C&C operates as a “Business for Social Progress” and its profits support the Population & Community Development Association (PDA), one of Thailand’s largest NGOs with programmes in primary health, education, HIV/AIDS, environment and water etc.
  • Wolvercote
    Pub
    Rambling riverside pub in the attractive village of Wolvercote, an hour's walk across Port Meadow (or a 10-minute drive from Oxford centre, up Woodstock Road and turn left). Peacocks, extensive outdoor seating, pretty bridge joining terrace to a private garden on the other side of the river. VERY popular in summer, especially with students taking visiting parents. Reopened March 07 after refurb.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Delicatessen
    Perfect for homesick Brazilians, or world food lovers. Serving breakfasts, Feijoada, acai, pizza, tapioca crepes, Pão de Queijo (cheese breads), and Guarana and other fizzy drinks. Plenty of authentic Brazilian products in the deli section so you can carry on feasting at home.
  • Central
    Pub
    Its foundations and use as a malt house and drinking tavern date back to 1381. Frequented by students, locals and celebrities alike. It's also where former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke set a Guinness World Record for consuming a yard glass of ale in 11 seconds in 1963. Local legend also has it that former U.S. president Bill Clinton, while attending Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, infamously "did not inhale" during an evening of carousing at the pub. Other famous guests include Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Tony Blair, CS Lewis, Stephen Hawking and the cast of Harry Potter.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Open early ’til late, offering a twice daily changing menu of seasonal specialities (think Hugh F-W let loose in the Oxfordshire countryside). House restaurant for the Tower House.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Cocktail happy hour runs until 7pm and from 10pm every night with two for one drinks.
  • Central
    Bar
    Previously two separate buildings; a 1970’s building society with an abandoned Chinese restaurant underneath it, Pint Shop knocked the two units together and opened in Oxford in September 2016.
  • Marston
    Inn
    Dodo Pub establishment serving pizzas and burgers.
  • Central
    Bar
    Unique and spectacular, the original Oxford roof terrace puts you in amongst the Dreaming Spires with unparalleled 360 degree views. The Roof is open year round, with a dedicated bar serving draught beers and cider, Pimm’s and Prosecco. Food from our kitchen is available on the roof and during the warmer months we operate a full restaurant service. Extensive awnings, gas burners and magical heated seats will keep you warm and dry in all but the worst of the weather. Tables are on a first come first served basis – no need to book. Even at the busiest times you can enjoy a couple of cocktails in our lounge while we find a space for you. Happy hour Mon - Fri 12-7pm (2 for £10 cocktails). Kitchen open Wed - Sun. Private hire for 30-300 including a DJ.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Food (worth the queue) includes excellent homemade cakes, salads & filling hot dishes made of ethical, well-sourced ingredients. Veggie and carnivorous options available. Also external catering (weddings, parties, festivals).
  • Marston
    Pub
    We pride ourselves on a perfect pint and we offer a range of real ales. We also have a great wine list and new gin menu. We believe the British pub has a fundamental role in its community to serve as a place for socialising, relaxing and enjoying quality products. A mix of customers are always welcome at the "Vicky arms", from families, tourists and locals to puntsman, ramblers and man's best friend. And at the Victoria you will always be guaranteed a perfect view, summer or winter. Our facilities include: free Wi-Fi, disabled access, high chairs and a large car park. Big garden rolling down to riverbank. Quizzes and occasional live music (including folk sessions).
  • Cowley Road Area
    Bar
    Wine shop, cafe and bar. Exciting and eclectic wine and gin selections.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Café
    Menu includes homemade lasagne, salads and cakes, and the prices are very reasonable.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Successful nationwide Japanese noodle chain, noted for canteen-style tables and benches, speedy service and the wonderfully-named Bang Bang Cauliflower.
  • South of the ring road
    Café
    The Waterfront Café is situated in the heart of rural Oxfordshire, perched on the banks of the River Thames at Benson. The idyllic setting makes it a perfect place to watch the stunning sunsets over the river with a glass of wine. A traditional full English, Eggs benedict, bacon sandwich, freshly baked Croissants and Danish pastries are just some of the choices available. Daily homemade specials are excellent value and always popular with the regulars. Alternatively they offer our all day menu with a wide range of homemade favourites, lighter plates and freshly baked baguettes which can always be taken away for those on a tight schedule.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    They need customers to practice on. This means sometimes surprising, sometimes cordon-bleu cookery at ridiculously cheap prices. Expect to pay around £10 for three courses! Individual and party bookings are welcome and special dietary requirements can be catered for with prior notice.
  • Botley Road
    Café
    Big portions, decent prices, fast friendly service. All welcome - including construction workers. Very convenient for the train station.
  • South of the ring road
    Inn
    The White Hart Hotel & Restaurant, originally a 16th century coaching inn, is located in the charming Oxfordshire village of Dorchester-on-Thames, situated between Oxford and Henley on Thames. The White Hart Hotel is a popular choice for short weekend breaks and midweek breaks to explore nearby historical Oxford, the Thames Pathway and The Chilterns.
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