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The Folly

Modern European, British0.1 miles 1 Folly Bridge OX1 4JU

Surrounded by the dreaming spires, The Folly enjoys an idyllic location by the Thames in central Oxford. With stunning views, this charming restaurant has a relaxed ambience enhanced by the friendly and effi cient staff. The Folly showcases an imaginative menu of high-quality dishes and, after much deliberation, my companion and I...

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The Head of the River

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.1 miles Folly Bridge St Aldates OX1 4LB

A delicious meal and a pint of real ale whilst soaking up the sun on the banks of the River Isis is the thing daydreams are made of. The Head of the River is a fine place to do just that. This gorgeous waterside pub and restaurant not only has an enviable location, but prides itself on the quality of its classic British cuisine. ...

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Shanghai 30's

Chinese0.3 miles 82 Saint Aldates OX1 1RA

A beautiful 15th-Century building overlooking the gardens of Christ Church College, this former Bishop's Palace has been gracefully restored to capture the style and ambience of 1930s Shanghai. Shanghai 30's serves the finest regional Chinese dishes; and with a menu that changes with the seasons, it's guaranteed your meal will be co...

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The Old Tom

Thai0.4 miles 101 St Aldates OX1 1BT

We were genially welcomed into this historic, traditional pub set in the heart of Saint Aldate's. Taking in the cosy atmosphere, our nostrils were immediately filled with the sweet aromas of Thai cuisine and we turned our attention to the extensive menu. This offered a hefty selection of soups, salads, curries and fried dishes wit...

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St Aldates Tavern

Traditional0.4 miles 108 St Aldates OX1 1BU

Just a stone’s throw from Oxford’s High Street, St Aldates Tavern is perfectly located for families, tourists and students alike. It offers a cosy, olde-worlde atmosphere and a laid-back, social ambience that lends itself to friendly catch-ups and special events.
The team prides itself on serving delicious homemade dish...

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Oxford Castle Quarter

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.4 miles Castle St OX1 1AY

Centrally located in the heart of the city, Oxford Castle Quarter is the city's unique historic centre. Within the centuries-old walls Oxford Castle Quarter is the home of an eclectic mix of bar and restaurants, from the sophisticated to the convivial and family friendly. A stone's throw from the shops, Oxford Castle Quarter is id...

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Malmaison

Modern British0.4 miles 3 Oxford Castle OX1 1AY

Located in Oxford’s Castle Quarter, one of Oxford’s oldest, busiest and trendiest spots, this is a Malmaison like no other. The boutique hotel has been converted from a medieval castle prison – check in to your cell for the night and you’ll be surrounded by extraordinary history, as well as the renowned Malmaison luxury. E...

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The Slug and Lettuce

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.4 miles 1 Oxford Castle New Road OX1 1AY

Smack bang in the middle of Oxford, at the heart of the Oxford Castle Quarter heritage site, is The Slug and Lettuce, a chic, bourgeoisie-styled bar and restaurant that's the epitome of cool. By day, hungry Oxford locals can enjoy top foods that are all inspired by the latest trends - toasted flatbreads, creamy pasta dishes, oozy ri...

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Cafe 1071

Cafe, Cafés0.4 miles Castle Yard Oxford Castle OX1 1AY

A place of intrigue and history, Oxford Castle was built after the Norman Conquest in 1071. Through the centuries, Oxford Castle became a place of incarceration, until 1996 when its jailers hung up their keys for the last time. A visit to the castle today is an interactive experience, with costumed tour guides bringing 1,000 years o...

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Shezan

Indian0.5 miles 1st Floor 135 High Street OX1 4DN

This 17th-century building has housed a pretty fi rst-fl oor dining room since 1915 and has served as an Indian restaurant since 1978. Scholars, students and visitors to Oxford have fl ocked to this restaurant to enjoy its culinary delights for almost a century.
The experienced chefs roast and blend exotic whole spices to c...

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The Bear

Traditional0.5 miles 6 Alfred Street OX1 4EH

The ancient walls of this fine establishment must have seen a thing or two over the centuries, including the superb dishes served up today. The Bear, dating back to 1242, inherited its name from the crest of the Earl of Warwick over six centuries ago, when the successive earls would frequently visit during their&nbs...

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The Chequers

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.5 miles 131 High Street OX1 4DH

Famous for showcasing strange taxidermied animals and technological marvels of the 17th Century, this delightful pub in the centre of Oxford is steeped in history and olde-worlde charm. Much of the interior dates back to the 1500s, when the building, which originally existed as a tenement house, was rebuilt as a tavern. Today, you...

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Chiang Mai Kitchen

Thai0.5 miles 130a High Street OX1 4DH

East meets West within this beautiful Grade II listed building, where authentic Thai cuisine is served. A popular choice with locals and visitors alike, Chiang Mai Kitchen serves up dishes as good as any in Bangkok. There's a range of menus and plenty of advice from the staff with regards to balancing the flavours of a Thai meal. ...

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The Mission Mexican Grill

Mexican0.5 miles 2 King Edward Street OX1 4HS

This is a calling for all Mexican food lovers, and for those non-believers too - The Mission Mexican Grill in Oxford is a resounding success, serving fresh Mexican food that will ignite all types of appetite and tastes. This culinary paradise is perfectly placed in the hub on St Michael's Street, a vibrant part of Oxford's city ce...

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The Crown

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.5 miles 59a Cornmarket Street OX1 3HB

Nicholson pubs all possess a unique and intriguing history and The Crown is no different. The pub has had a succession of famous landlords, including John Davenant in the year of the Gunpowder Plot. It was during this time that playwright William Shakespeare paid his frequent visits to Oxford. The poet would stop in the university...

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