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Restaurants in Oxfordshire

Feast on superb produce in these outstanding Oxfordshire restaurants

Oxfordshire is a county of beautiful towns and lush green countryside. From the rolling Cotswolds to the architectural beauty of Oxford's college quads, the landscape is a feast for the eyes. This is also a foodie county, rich in local traditions and home to a superb selection of restaurants. Oxfordshire is also famed for its excellent produce, with everything from marmalade and Banbury cake and the excellent Oxfordshire sausage. Have a look at our selection of the best restaurants in Oxfordshire and you'll soon be feasting with more than just your eyes in this beautiful county.

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Côte Oxford

City Centre
French££££
5.3/61109

4500 Miles From Delhi – Oxford

City Centre
Indian££££
5.2/6181

Qumins Indian Cuisine

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/6109
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Gurkha Village

Kidlington
Asian££££
5.4/660

The Royal Oak - Burford

Burford
European££££
5.7/615

The Mermaid

Burford
European££££
4.7/625

Limoncello Restaurant - Abingdon

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.6/613

Mira Spice

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.6/610

Comies Caribbean Grill

Cowley
Caribbean££££
5.8/64

Prince Of India - Abingdon - Oxfordshire

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61

The Inn For All Seasons

Burford
European££££
6.0/61

Malikas

Cowley
Indian££££
5.1/67

Kadai & Naan

City Centre
Indian££££
4.8/64
New

The Swan at Ascott

Ascott-under-Wychwood
International££££
4.3/63
New

The Royal Sun

Kidlington
European££££
5.0/61
New

Ben Jonson

Centre
European££££

Al Shami

Jericho
Middle Eastern££££

The Rose and Crown

City Centre
International££££

Pegasus Cafe

City Centre
International££££

Meli Deli

City Centre
Greek££££
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    Experience the best of British in Oxfordshire's restaurants and cafes

    From the grandest country house to the most modest neighbourhood cafe, restaurants in Oxfordshire are making good use of the rich local larder. Turl Street Kitchen is an excellent example, preparing simple but skilfully made dishes such as a deliciously tender braised free range chicken with chilli, fennel, tomato, white beans and aioli. Over at the Rose and Crown, meanwhile, a starter of Norfolk pink potted shrimps served in bubbling butter with a side of fresh brown bread is a great way to start any meal.
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    Discover new dishes in the internationally inspired restaurants of Oxfordshire

    Oxfordshire has always been an outward looking county, with so many international students and academics. You can also see these influences on the menus of so many Oxfordshire restaurants, with inspirations coming from across the globe. Popular cuisines such as Chinese, Indian and Thai are well represented but there are also some more unusual eateries. Moya Slovak, for example, specialises in excellent Slovak dishes, such as the outstanding rezen, with tender pork loin steak coated in seasoned breadcrumbs and served with Slovak potato salad. Mezze House Lebanese, meanwhile serves delicious Middle Eastern food and their Mezze Special is a wonderful celebration of this cuisine.
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    Enjoy a little urban style in the city centre restaurants of Oxfordshire

    With a cosmopolitan clientele from all corners of the globe, restaurants in the Oxfordshire county seat of Oxford buzz with a heady mix of cultures and nationalities. Enjoy a get together with friends in one of the many stylish city centre restaurants and cafes, where good food mixes perfectly with great company. Check out the customer reviews here on Quandoo for the inside info on the coolest bars and restaurants in Oxfordshire.