10 French Restaurants in Oxford

Enjoy the wonderful French restaurants in Oxford

Oxford, of course, is a university city steeped in tradition and history. Thanks to a thriving tourist industry and a large student population, the city has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to food. Most of the authentic French restaurants in Oxford have top chefs at the helm, ensuring quality and consistency. From Sunnymead in the north of the city to Cowley in the south, you’ll find the very best that France has to offer at Oxford’s most illustrious French restaurants.

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Côte Oxford

City Centre
French££££
5.2/61171
Côte Oxford

Côte Covent Garden - St Martin's Lane

Covent Garden
French££££
5.1/63034
Côte Covent Garden - St Martin's Lane

Côte Windsor

Centre
French££££
5.1/62470
Côte Windsor
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Côte Covent Garden - Tavistock Street

Covent Garden
French££££
5.2/62635
Côte Covent Garden - Tavistock Street

Côte Sloane Square

Chelsea
French££££
5.1/62099
Côte Sloane Square

Côte London Bridge - Hay's Galleria

London Bridge
French££££
5.0/61376
Côte London Bridge - Hay's Galleria

Côte Cirencester

Town Centre
French££££
5.4/62003
Côte Cirencester

Côte Guildford

Town Centre
French££££
5.4/61633
Côte Guildford

Côte Farnham

Farnham
French££££
5.3/61695
Côte Farnham

Côte Barbican

Barbican
French££££
5.1/61293
Côte Barbican
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    There’s always a wide selection of delicacies on offer at French restaurants in Oxford

    Great French cuisine at Oxford restaurants isn’t just boeuf bourguignon and coq au vin, it’s about an ever-evolving approach to the way food is cooked and presented. You’ll find some truly special dishes on the menu at these great eateries, including hachis parmentier, which is similar to shepherd’s pie. If you want to sample flavours from the Basque country, give piperade a try, which is similar to a ratatouille but contains onions and baked eggs. If you’re in the mood for meat, order a magret de canard, which is duck breast served with vegetables. Or, if you’re feeling really adventurous, give a steak tartare a go – raw beef served with a raw egg.
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    Host your next big celebration at Oxford’s best French restaurants

    Whether you’re planning a family celebration or something more lively with friends, the French restaurants in Oxford will get your party off to the best possible start. Take Brasserie Blanc, for example, an upmarket eatery that has celebrity chef Raymond Blanc at the helm. This high-class restaurant is the perfect location for a romantic wedding anniversary treat. For a more laid-back event with friends, drink wine and sample a wide selection of brasserie-style dishes at Cote Brasserie on George Street. As well as a selection of classic dishes, this popular haunt serves regional specialities that you may not have heard about. Whatever you’re celebrating, do it in style at Oxford’s best French restaurants.
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    Book tables in seconds at French restaurants in Oxford

    The most popular French restaurants in Oxford are always in high demand at peak times. If you leave things to the last minute, you might struggle to get a table. To make sure you’re prepared, book in advance using Quandoo. You can check customer reviews, read menus and get contact details in a matter of seconds.