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The oldest university town in the UK, Oxford is known as the city of the ‘dreaming spires’, famous for its beautiful medieval churches, colleges and associated buildings such as the world-famous Bodleian Library (one of the oldest in Europe) and Radcliffe Camera (Britain’s first circular library). With founding dates in the 13th century, Balliol, University, and Merton all claim oldest-college status, while Magdalen (pronounced ‘maudlin’), and Christ Church (of Brideshead Revisited fame) are established tourist destinations. As for where to eat, the general trend for restaurants in Oxford is informal, best seen in places such as Sojo (Chinese) or Edamame (Japanese home cooking). Elsewhere, there’s the smart, convivial Ashmolean Dining Room on the rooftop of The Ashmolean Museum, The Magdalen Arms, the kind of gastropub you’re glad to stumble on, and that Oxford institution, The Cherwell Boathouse, a punt station and restaurant on the banks of the River Cherwell.
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Opened in late 2000, this large & lively Italian brasserie in Oxford’s artsy Jericho area has become popular with local trendies. There’s plenty… more »
Forget gourmet patties and punk art, Atomic Burger is all about toppings and cult 1980s geekery, with 22 combinations ranging from the pulled pork… more »
As the supremo behind Michelin grandee Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons, Raymond Blanc talks a good game on his TV show, The Restaurant, but more… more »
Gee’s occupies a Victorian glasshouse set incongruously on an imposing residential stretch of the Banbury Road. It is discreet & utterly charming… more »
Guests and locals alike can enjoy classic British and European cuisine at Restaurant 66a in Oxford’s Cotswold Lodge Hotel. The 4-star hotel is… more » This review is not by Square Meal