Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in Oxford
Hardens guides have spent 15 years compiling reviews of the best Oxford restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 96 restaurants in Oxford and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Oxford restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
Featured Oxford Restaurants
1. The Perch British, Traditional restaurant in Oxford Binsey Ln - OX2
The Perch is Oxford’s best kept secret. A destination pub on Port Meadow serving excellent, farmhouse-style British food with a seasonal edge and open to all comers.
The Perch is one of Oxford’s oldest and most charming pubs. We’re right by the river on Port Meadow in a location...
2. Cherwell Boathouse British, Modern restaurant in Oxford Bardwell Road - OX2
The Cherwell Boathouse is beautifully located on the banks of the river Cherwell close to the center of Oxford . The restaurant serves modern English food complimented with an award wining wine list . Al fresco dining is available , alongside Oxford largest punting station . ...
3. The Vaults and Garden Cafe British, Modern restaurant in Oxford University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Radcliffe Sq - OX1
Housed in Oxford University's Old Congregation House of 1320, the Vaults Cafe offers a delicious and healthy organic, local and seasonal menu.
When the weather is nice, our garden is one of the finest spots in Oxford to sit in, surrounded by architectural treasures...
4. Cinnamon Kitchen Oxford Indian restaurant in Oxford 309 The Westgate, Queen Street - OX1
“Bright, interesting flavours” from an evolved menu that’s “delicately prepared” win a thumbs up for Vivek Singh’s “well-appointed” duo of modern Indians. The original, inside a large atrium within a City development, benefits from a big ‘outside’ terrace; its year-old sibling occupies a railway arch within the new Battersea Power Station development.
5. Shoryu Ramen Japanese restaurant in Oxford The Westgate, Queen Street - OX1
“Hard-to-beat ramen” – “the tonkotsu pork broth has amazing depth of flavour” – make Japan Centre owner Tak Tokumine’s “relatively authentic” West End duo (in Soho’s Kingly Court and on Regent Street) “preferred noodle-stops in a very competitive market”.
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