Our top restaurants in Oxford
Established in 1904 as a family restaurant, this award-winning and upscale European venue is located along the banks of the river Cherwell. If not only impressed by their in-house sommeliers and cuisine you may find yourself enjoying breath-taking views on a boat, as they also offer punting services.
For those who adore seafood, Cuttlefish is known to offer seasonal fish from the shores, at fair prices. Whether you would like to indulge in a Canadian lobster or a classic "Fish and Chips", this seafood bar and grill is sure to keep your taste buds satisfied with their culinary creativity.
Do you happen to enjoy Mediterranean tapas? If so, take a holiday in your own city by visiting the Kazbar Restaurant. From their delicious Sangria jugs to an array of small dishes you can share among friends, your dining experience can follow their simple motto: Eat. Drink. Relax...
Praised by publications such as the Guardian, the Daily Mail and the Michelin Guide, Oli's Thai is a definite hotspot for those who adore Thai cooking. Located on Magdalen Road, sits this intimate gem among the Iffley residential area. See for yourself, by ensuring to book a table between 12:00-2:30pm on a Tuesday.
Step into this quaint bistro with its romantic European setting. Pierre Victoire opened in 1996 to give Oxfordians a taste of traditional French food. As a truly beloved independent restaurant, their menu serves signature dishes from Duck Confit, Moules Marinières and Ile Flottante. On mange!
Although Oxford has changed, this particular historic pub's reputation has not. Famous for its well-hidden location, The Turf Tavern has been a cornerstone of the city since 1381. For traditional pies and lager, this could be the place you're looking for. In fact, it has been for public figures such as former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Elizabeth Taylor, Stephen Hawking, Margaret Thatcher and C.S. Lewis.
Sneak preview of the Turf Tavern.