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Spanish Restaurants in Oxford

 Discover enticing Spanish restaurants in Oxford today

Oxford is the original city of 'dreaming spires' and known globally for its prestigious university, which was built in the twelfth century. There are 38 colleges with fine architecture, atmospheric courtyards and winding cobbled streets to explore, city views from the Carfax Tower and a splendid botanical garden. Walk along the River Cherwell, enjoy the excellent retail offer and treat yourself to a fine feast at one of the popular Spanish restaurants in Oxford. Whether you dine out at lunch or for dinner, you'll find plenty of entertainment to enjoy afterwards, from theatre at the city Playhouse through to live music at the O2 Academy.

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Kazbar

Cowley
Spanish££££

La Tasca (HQ)

Kidlington
Spanish
Cigala

Cigala

Bloomsbury
Spanish££££
5.1/6375
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Amantia

Amantia

City Centre
Spanish££££
5.4/6516
Jamon Jamon Soho

Jamon Jamon Soho

Soho
Spanish££££
5.1/6408
The Little Taperia

The Little Taperia

Tooting
Spanish££££
5.5/6296
De Nada - Guildford

De Nada - Guildford

Town Centre
Spanish££££
5.1/6326
Byzantium Tapas

Byzantium Tapas

Kings Heath
Spanish££££
5.2/6271
Tapeo Cafe & Tapas

Tapeo Cafe & Tapas

Beckenham
Spanish££££
5.5/6236
Mar I Terra

Mar I Terra

Southwark
Spanish££££
5.4/6255

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    Ready for a feast at Oxford's Spanish restaurants?

    You'll find plenty of diversity across Oxford's Spanish restaurants, with some venues offering tapas in bar-like environments, through to larger venues which offer traditional Spanish cooking such as paella, Valencian fideuà, which is made with fish, noodles and aioli garlic sauce and ropa vieja, which comes from the Canary Islands and is a casserole of shredded beef in a rich tomato sauce. You can expect to enjoy delicious wine menus too. Accompany your meal with fruity sangria (or non-alcoholic punch), or try an Agua de Valencia, which combines champagne, orange juice, gin and vodka with plenty of fresh lemon slices and sugar. You'll find that some of the Spanish restaurants in Oxford have their own bar, so you can enjoy the services of your own mixologist!
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    Get the most from Oxford's Spanish restaurants

    The Spanish restaurants in Oxford tend to be well priced, but you can enjoy special deals such as set lunch menus and early bird offers (including pre-theatre set menus). These can represent excellent value for money and give you up to three courses to enjoy from an array of restaurant favourites. Look out too for happy hour deals in the Oxford Spanish restaurants with their own bars, or the option to bring your own bottles in some venues. Lunch menus can also give you the chance to experience the fine quality of food at a more high-end restaurant, but without the same cost as dining a la carte in the evening.
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    The Spanish restaurants in Oxford are well worth a visit

    Kazbar is a real discovery and it combines Spanish and Moroccan themed tapas in a souk-like cavern. The staff are friendly, the atmosphere is warm and the interior is colourful and romantic. Enjoy authentic and delicious dishes such as mejillones (mussels in a herb and coconut sauce), prawns and chorizo cooked in tomato and paprika and abondigas de pavo (herbed turkey meatballs, served in cranberry sauce.) This intimate venue books up fast though, so be sure to reserve your table to avoid any disappointment.