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Fishers

Seafood0.8 miles 36-37 St Clements Street OX4 1AB

Fishers, a friendly and informal restaurant situated a short stroll from the centre of Oxford, first opened in 1995 and has since established itself as one of the city's premier seafood eateries. After perusing the blackboard menu, we understood why - each dish listed was as mouth-watering as the last. All fish used is delivered...

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La Cucina

Italian0.8 miles 39-40 St Clement Street OX4 1AB

Book a table at La Cucina and embrace a real Italian experience. The La Cucina team has been commended in the Harden’s Guide for their attentive service – staff continue to strive to look after parties and families alike, offering a truly memorable dining experience. The team lives for food, and is happy to let children of all...

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Cuttlefish Seafood Bar & Grill

Seafood0.8 miles 36 St Clement’s Street OX4 1AB

Cuttlefish offers high-quality fresh, seasonal seafood in the heart of Oxford. Run by the same team behind the adjacent La Cucina, the informal restaurant was born from Yola Drage and her husband Alberto Brunelli’s passion for fresh seafood, along with their culinary expertise. They have no shortage of local and reliable fish su...

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Chiang Mai Kitchen

Thai0.8 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 Chequers

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.8 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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The Pink Giraffe

Chinese0.8 miles 43b St Clements Street OX4 1AG

Oxford is a city of hidden gems - just beyond the beaten track lies a wealth of unexpected delights. A five-minute gentle eastward stroll from Magdalen Bridge brings you to a world away from the quiet, majestic spires of the centre, and into the bustling vibrancy of St Clements. Amongst the street's lively bars and shops nestles one...

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Koi of Oxford

Chinese0.8 miles 21 George Street OX1 2AU

A rather unassuming entrance on George Street leads down a flight of stairs to this marvellous Chinese restaurant. Shown to our table and offered a generous bowl of prawn crackers with an addictive spicy sauce, we were made to feel instantly welcome by the friendly waiting staff. Throughout the evening they were always willing to ...

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Pint Shop

Bar-Restaurant0.8 miles 27-29 George Street OX1 2AU

Pint Shop is all about creating a place that embraces eating and drinking equally. People from all walks of life come to this popular spot to celebrate lip-smacking food and excellent drink in one place. As soon as you step through the door, you will feel at home whether you’re having a few beers, a light lunch, or a full-blown ...

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Shezan

Indian0.8 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 Red Lion - Gloucester Street

Modern British0.8 miles 14 Gloucester Street OX1 2BN

This elegant inn can be found in the heart of Oxford's city centre. The atmosphere within is easygoing - it's the perfect place to dine with friends or enjoy quality wine and ale. The pub's contemporary British menu has been spiced up with international flavours, creating a dynamic array of dishes. To start, we decided on the scall...

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The Crown

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.8 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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Chutneys Indian Brasserie

Indian0.8 miles 36 St Michaels Street OX1 2EB

When a restaurant is good enough to attract the patronage of former president Bill Clinton, you know to expect the best possible cuisine. Chutneys Indian Brasserie, whether serving the top political brass from the United States or you with your friends and family, always steps up to the plate and produces top-quality Indian dishes...

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Fire & Stone

Modern European, British0.8 miles Threeways House 28-38 George Street OX1 2BJ

Fire & Stone opened on George Street in 2009 and has been wowing Oxford diners with a unique range of pizzas ever since. The menu features an ever-expanding variety of innovative toppings inspired by flavours from around the world, as well as plenty of tasty pasta and salad options. And it's clear they've put as much effort int...

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The Gardeners Arms

Traditional0.8 miles 39 Plantation Road OX2 6JE

This pub is a vegetarian’s dream – every dish on the menu is meat-free. That’s not to say vegetarian and vegan diners shouldn’t bring their carnivorous companions along too, though; the dishes are so downright tasty that they’ll impress even the most devoted meat-eater. The bar stocks an excellent range of local ale and win...

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Cafe Coco

Mediterranean, British0.8 miles 23 Cowley Road OX4 1HP

It was over 18 years ago that Café Coco opened on Cowley Road, and it breathed new life and love into an area with a previous string of failed businesses and empty shops - this vibrant and popular eatery revived Cowley and is still wowing drinkers and diners today. Building upon this first eatery's unprecedented success (Coco was...

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