Food & Drink: Restaurants

  • Type
  • Cuisine
  • Facilities
  • Location
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Located on Little Clarendon Street in the heart of this historic city you can dine in style in our Oxford restaurant, where we have seating for private dining, group bookings or simply just an evening meal. We’re open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday to Sunday, offering a broad range of classic Italian food. On top of that, our menu also caters for vegetarians/vegans and those who are following a gluten free diet. Therefore you should book a table at Oxford today!
  • Pub
    Traditional Pub Food from Wednesday - Saturday evenings 6pm - 10pm. If you would like to book a table please call and speak to a member of the team.
  • South of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Chaba being the Thai word for the Hibiscus flower, we're situated across two floors in what used to be the old Thai Orchid Restaurant, just off the corner of The High Street and West St. Helen Street in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, Chaba Thai Restaurant offers you the very best in Thai Food to either enjoy in our redecorated, modern restaurant, sample express Thai cuisine over a lunch-time - with Noodle Soups, Stir-Frys, Curries or collect as a take-away/have delivered to your home or work-place.
  • West of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Experience the deep south of the USA right here in West Oxfordshire.
  • South of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Since 2006, multi award winning chef Steven Sanderson has been delighting his customers with a beautiful selection of delicious dishes that offer traditional values with a modern twist.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Pub
    Seasonal menus curated by chef Paul Bell. Celebrate a special occasion in the restaurant or Marquee. This well known restaurant has been voted Wine List of the Year – Good Food Guide 2014 & Louise Roederer Imbibe Magazine awards. Earlyish closing in the restaurant: once you're there, the kitchen will stay open for you, but you do need to get there by about 8.45pm. Enjoy a relaxing time on the river Cherwell in our hand crafted punts, punt station: 01865 515978.
  • North of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Trainees need customers to practice on. This means sometimes surprising, sometimes cordon-bleu cookery at ridiculously cheap prices. Expect to pay less than £10 for three courses. Individual and party bookings are welcome and special dietary requirements can be catered for with prior notice.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Beautiful juxtaposition of exquisite Thai food complete with edible orchid-style presentation, in endearingly-wonky Elizabethan half-timbered house.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Fast food
    Like KFC, only different, and (we're assured) better! Whatever strange images the name conjures up, this is a palace for all things chickeny. There are discounts for students and local businesses, free home delivery if you're feeling lazy, and free wifi if you make it in to the shop.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    The aim is to provide customers with a range of dishes that reflect the diversity of Asia. Taking favourites from Thailand and matching them with recipes from Japan, Malaysia and China. They directly source all the vegetables, herbs and spices used to make the sauces that go with the dishes. The menu is deliberately limited to 8-10 dishes at any one time, enabling Chozen to execute on freshness and quality.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Chutneys is the oldest surviving Indian restaurant in the Oxford City. Their menus are based on the highest quality produce and fresh seasonal ingredients from all corners of South East Asia. They use 100% vegetarian oil, containing no cholesterol - all ingredients are carefully sourced and they never use artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Executive Chef, Vivek Singh, opens the doors to his kitchen to reveal the art of his culinary creations with a host of inspired Masterclasses. This is a unique opportunity to truly explore the diverse cuisine of the subcontinent.
  • South of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Contemporary Oriental dishes with influences from Chinese, Thai, Japanese and Mongolian cuisines. (including set and vegetarian/healthy options). Takeaways available, and you can also hire the restaurant out for private parties and receptions.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    Small dishes and lots of them. Excellent vegan and vegetarian selection, nearly all gluten-free, and a beautifully clearly labelled menu. Under 10s eat free. Follow them on facebook for some excellent special offers (free hoppers in January, free food for mums on Mother's Day, to name a couple).
  • West of the ring road
    Restaurant
    A funky dog-friendly eating spot in Witney with a rooftop terrace and windows that open all the way. Home of a variety of foods for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and cocktails and drinks galore. Hosts of the occasional music night too.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    The food at Comptoir is fresh, healthy, honest and affordable. We wake up early to provide customers with unique Lebanese breakfasts to eat in or take away; offering everything from organic yoghurt topped with pomegranate and orange blossom water, porridge and -our favourite- smoked salmon and scrambled eggs on brioche. Visit us for lunch and dinner as we serve our guests all types of interesting and colourful dishes, including hot and cold mezze – perfectly sized for sharing- wraps, salads, tagines, grills and Mana’esh (Lebanese style pizzas). For dessert, nothing is more authentic than the sweet taste of baklawa – Lebanese pastries in a variety of flavours such as date filled semolina and walnut filled flaky pastry. All products can be packaged up and enjoyed on the go.
  • South of the ring road
    Inn
    The Compton Swan is a gorgeous village pub with six letting bedrooms nestled in the village of Compton, Berkshire. Around 19.3 km from Newbury, The Compton Swan offers high-quality dining and stylish accommodation with free parking and Wi-Fi. Just over 30 minutes’ drive from Oxford and Reading, this Berkshire village inn has a large garden and a library area with log fire.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    You’ll find COSMO Oxford right in the middle of the city on Magdalen Street, within easy reach of Oxford University. We’re a favourite among locals and visitors alike, so why not pop in and experience our famous live cooking stations and extensive all you can eat buffet menu for yourself?
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Côte is inspired by the brasseries of Paris, serving authentic French dishes all day in our classically designed restaurants. We are committed to producing authentic French classics, freshly cooked to order, from the highest quality sourced ingredients.
  • Central
    Bar
    Formerly the Bell and Compass. It's still a Marstons pubstaurant with bulk cocktail deals, pub food and an enthusiastic weekend DJ. The menu contains such delights as a burger with pb and raspberry jam, or sweet potato fries with toffee sauce. Plus tons of MacNCheese!
  • Headington
    Burger joint
    Burger joint well known for its quirky urban theme showing lots of brickwork, untreated old wood and exposed pipework, and their delicious American-Inspired Burgers, prompt & friendly service & a unique selection of quality Local Craft Beers. They are proud to have a space similar to a cafe in the day, where you can catch up with friends or use it for a chilled out spot to get some work done! Whilst still sporting a bar ambience in the evening, with current music and a great vibe!
  • Outside the ring road
    Restaurant
    The original Crazy Bear has been entertaining guests since its creation in 1993. Abundant gardens, eclectic design, award winning dining and inventive facilities, within eighty acres of working farmland all contribute to its distinctive personality. The Crazy Bear Stadhampton is a unique oasis in the countryside, and is the foundation for our Crazy Bear culture.
  • Central
    Pub
    The Crown has had a succession of famous landlords. In the year of the Gunpowder Plot it was kept by John Davenant and it was during this time Shakespeare paid his frequent visits to Oxford. The poet used to stop in the University town on his journeys between Stratford and London, and the Crown was his headquarters.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    We serve well priced robust portions cooked to order, using only finest produce from our open kitchen. Enjoy our authentic menu with daily specials or just pop in and sample a cup of our wonderful Italian coffee.
  • West of the ring road
    Takeaway
    Boasting famous guests such as David Cameron, Witney's very own Curry Paradise serves Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine. Expect a visit from the King himself once a month for a night of Elvis-themed fun, with a 4-course meal included.
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