Harden's survey result
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“Gee’s is always relaxing and enjoyable”; “despite the staff turnover each time, the service and the overall atmosphere remain friendly and welcoming” at this north Oxford venture in a striking Victorian glasshouse. The food was consistently well-rated this year.
The “unusual and stunning” Victorian glasshouse setting is the stand-out feature of this “chic-casual” north Oxford spot. As ever there’s the odd quibble that it’s below par and too pricey, but fans – who find it a good all-rounder – were more in evidence this year.
Opinions still divide on this north Oxford venture in a Victorian glasshouse; fans overlook “hit-and-miss” cooking, as it’s a “joyful” place with a “lovely” location – to critics “it’s not a pleasant experience, as the service is terrible and the food only adequate”.
This north Oxford venture in a Victorian glasshouse has “undergone a revamp, taking it back to its former informality”; the occasional fan does find it “fun and glamorous”, with “food much better than a year ago”, but other reporters rue a “disappointing fall from grace”.
61 Banbury Rd, Oxford, OX2 6PE
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lunch noon - 2.30 pm, dinner 6 pm - 10.30 pm, all day Sat & Sun
Last orders: 10 pm, Fri & Sat 10.30 pm