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The ticketed evening will be hosted in The Wild Rabbit Dining Room and will give guests a rare opportunity to experience an exceptional tasting menu created by two household names in British fine dining.
Media personality Laura Whitmore, comedian Ian Stirling, singer-songwriter Ella Eyre, and catwalk model Abbey Clancy were amongst the guest invited to lunch at the newly opened restaurant.
The 160-cover restaurant, complete with an open-plan Theatre Kitchen and chef’s table Pizza Experience, opened on the site of the old Mitre Pub following an extensive refurbishment.
A fleet of classic MINI Coopers took to the streets of Oxford on Friday to deliver the restaurant’s 24-hour proved sourdough pizzas all over the city.
The Turf Tavern in the city centre offers great British pub food, done well and fresh from the kitchen, while Jude the Obscure on Walton street has a new tapas-style menu with a wide range of dishes ideal for social sharing.
The acquisition comes as the Cotswold Meat Company celebrates its first year of trading under new owner Nick Passmore.
Following the success of its first cookbook in 2020, Sobell House has published the cookbook to raise awareness and funds for the hospice, and recognise the local businesses that have supported them over the years.
The restaurant, located on the site of the historic Mitre Pub on Oxford’s High Street will open its doors to diners on Thursday, 01 December.
Explore this collection of vegan plant-based recipes for inspiration with creating fail-safe meals that all of the family will love this Veganuary.
The business is launching its first UK franchise and handing over the reins of its Oxford stores to father and son hospitality duo Graham and Matthew Allan.
On Saturday, 22 October, step into The Randolph Hotel in Oxford for a thrilling afternoon tea inspired by the cultural phenomenon, Bridgerton.
The new 10,000 sq ft restaurant and bar will open in the historic Mitre Hotel building on Oxford High Street before Christmas, with an expansive downstairs dining room, an upstairs private dining room and a cosy cocktail bar.