Our favourite Abingdon restaurants
Top restaurants and pubs in the area
A new arrival to Abingdon in 2008, this restaurant is in the building known as Pulpit House, on the Square, which was the former Abingdon Congregational Church.
The extensive menu features a mix of meat and fish dishes prepared by French chefs. As well as the main restaurant, they have a conservatory and lovely garden area.
|The Sweet Olive
Featured in Egon Ronay's 2006 Guide to the Best Restaurants and Gastro Pubs, the Good Pub Guide 2007 and the 2007 Michelin Pub Guide, the Sweet Olive in Aston Tirrold has become an increasingly popular gastropub. The blackboard menu evolves daily, as do the specials, with an emphasis on seasonal dishes and locally sourced produce.
|The Blue Boar
Dating from 1606, the Blue Boar is a traditional English village pub, situated in a quiet lane just off the village square in the picturesque village of Longworth. Scrubbed tables, low beams, open fires, and stone floors add to its charm, while chef Jason Farbridge is passionate about finding the finest ingredients.
|The Merry Miller
The Merry Miller is a gastro pub in the village of Cothill, just four miles from Abingdon. You can choose to dine in the bar or dining area. The pub interior is a mix of modern and traditional — leather chesterfields combine with contemporary furnishings, beamed ceilings and stripped wood floors.
|The Vine & Spice
The Vine & Spice is located in a lovely old Grade II listed building in Long Wittenham. It is an upmarket Indian restaurant in a gorgeous setting and with a wonderful mix of traditional and more modern food.