Best Oxford Restaurants
The Old Parsonage
At the Old Parsonage, the restaurant and bar with their Russian red walls, covered with original cartoons and interesting portraits are open from breakfast until late. Serving British classics in a bohemian, club like atmosphere you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner or just pop in for a drink.
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Accessed from the High Street and through a glass lobby, Quod brasserie with its terrace and bar, forms the hub of the Old Bank Hotel. Formerly a banking hall it was transformed by owner Jeremy Mogford to become Oxfords largest and most successful restaurant. Stylish, contemporary design describes the space which houses an amazing collection of young British art.
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Gee’s, a famous landmark in North Oxford, is where locals and visitors meet for lunch or dinner. Built in 1898, this grade 11 listed Victorian conservatory houses Oxford’s best loved restaurant with a collection of stunning Gary Hume paintings. Formerly a florist and greengrocer it was lovingly restored by Jeremy Mogford over twenty years ago.
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