The food was excellent!!! Add to mybook Remove from mybook Added to your food collection! The atmosphere is buzzing with a lively hubbub of conversation and large-scale contemporary artworks on the walls, just right for lingering over a braised shoulder of lamb served with cannellini beans, and cut through with anchovy and olives. Chinese Restaurants Take Out Restaurants.
Asked for dumplings, they have them both steamed and fried- I was very suprised with the quality of the packaging and that it tasted less greasy the…. Great food - large portions at reasonable prices. I usually get the chicken and broccoli.
This chinese food is excellent. The chicken dishes are my favorite - the cut is very lean, and if fried very crispy. They have lunch specials and t…. Add to mybook Remove from mybook Added to your food collection! Error when adding to food collection. This business was removed from the food collection.
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The atmosphere is buzzing with a lively hubbub of conversation and large-scale contemporary artworks on the walls, just right for lingering over a braised shoulder of lamb served with cannellini beans, and cut through with anchovy and olives. Mon-Sat, 7ampm; Sun, 7am Recommended not taken on Saturday evenings Price: You can drop in for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea, and best of all you can sit outside in the churchyard and admire one of the finest architectural spaces in England.
If you're feeling hungry, go for the creamy goat cheese and puy lentil gratin followed up with a slice of heavenly orange, lavender and polenta cake. Run as part of the Oxford Hub charity and offering fresh, seasonal, local food, this city-centre eatery is popular with professionals by day and students by night.
Set in an old Oxford townhouse, the bar area has stripped floorboards and geometric tiles on the walls, while the main dining area hosts exhibitions by local artists and has wooden tables you share with fellow diners. Mon-Sat, 8am-late; Sun, 8am-5pm Reservations: This rooftop space has a glass wall that opens out onto a terrace filled with tables, and a grass 'lawn' where you can lounge on deckchairs with views to the green hills beyond.
The pork chops with butter beans, artichoke hearts and salsa verde are hearty without being too filling, and are good followed up by one of their indulgent cakes. Come on a Thursday evening for free jazz. Tues, Wed and Sun, 10am Recommended for evenings Price: Despite its Moroccan name and souk-like ambience — waxed ochre walls, old lanterns and brightly coloured cushions — Kazbar is essentially a tapas bar, and a very good one at that.
Good, mostly Spanish wines, spirits and beers, soft drinks and mint teas complement the sizzling tapas. Mon-Thu, 5pmam; Fri, 5pm Walk-ins only except for groups of eight or more Price: T his quirky pub, a fine local hidden away down an unassuming residential street, was built in for workers from the nearby Oxford University Press.
Inside, it appears wholly traditional with tankards on the shelves and beer mats and posters on the walls, until you notice the train set on the ceiling and the delectable smell of cooking. Ale enthusiasts crowd the bar and diners huddle around tightly-packed tables at the rear to sample the traditional French bistro menu. Its down-to-earth modesty makes its charm all the more apparent. Come on Tuesday for the popular pup quiz or on Sundays for open mic nights.
Essential for dinner Price: This splendid Victorian conservatory first housed the flowers, fruit and vegetables of the Gee family, who were the leading nurserymen in the area. The location, with its tree-lined outside terrace for summer dining, is ideal. Inside, it feels like you're at a summer garden party with the glass conservatory, mismatched furniture and hanging lamps giving a light and airy backdrop to dishes such as sea bass with roasted fennel, capers and brown shrimp butter.
In winter you dine inside the cosy boathouse, with its exposed brick walls and cluster of tables draped in white linen.
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