Where to eat in Oxford
There are countless eating places in this City. Explore our selection, from ‘hot and plentiful’ to ‘charm and style’.
Upstairs in this little restaurant you will find wholesome salads and tasty quiches cooked on the premises. Portions are generous. The Nosebag has served generations of Oxonians and tourists alike, and has a first-rate reputation. Water is made available, so no need to buy drinks.
Their words, ‘Take a Holiday in Oxford’ give an accurate description of the atmosphere you will find in this tapas bar. If you fancy a cocktail or an array of delicious tapas cuisine, then this is the place to go. They do not take reservations so be prepared to wait on weekend evenings.
Plentiful, hot food at a modest cost. No wonder students like it. There is an excellent range of Asian food for every pallet and available water.
The Gloucester Green Market is held throughout the year on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. You will find a range of stalls selling food from around the world, cooked by expert chefs who are sharing their country’s cuisine. If you like adventure, and want to add to your experience of tastes, saunter around the stalls and choose what you would like.
This combines the cosy warmth of a neighbourhood British pub with well-prepared French-inspired food, including a range of legendary crêpes (each under £10). Tucked away from the typical tourist trail, it offers a quirky interior (a train set on the ceiling). Friendly hospitality awaits for lunch, dinner, or drinks.