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Busaba Eathai has opened within Oxford’s infamous fashion mecca - Bicester Village offering sanctuary from the blitz of shoppers hunting for luxury finds amongst the proliferation of high end
Despite the cute clapperboard buildings and twinkling lights, the outlet shopping centre Bicester Village is never going to feel much like a real village, and it's a slightly bleak place where I wouldn't want to spend too much time. But I imagine that a lot of visitors make a day of it, which is probably why there's quite a wide range of restaurants and cafes, from the French-style Villandry to yet another Jamie Oliver franchise. After an hour or two of browsing we decided to try the Thai option, Busaba Eathai, which is part of a small chain owned by the founder of Wagamama (but I tried not to hold that against it).'Eathai' is a combination of 'eat' and 'Thai'. I'm not sure about 'Busaba'.Read more »
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