Cecconi’s in Bicester Village is the first Cecconi’s restaurant to open in the UK outside of London. From handmade artisanal pizzas, fresh seafood, seasonal dishes and Cicchetti, guests can enjoy an authentic Italian dining experience where everything on the menu is made with passion and incredible ingredients.
Gusto Italian in Oxford is a premium casual dining restaurant located on the site of the historic Mitre Pub, on the junction of High Street and Turl Stree in Oxford, where guests can enjoy an immersive Italian dining experience under olive trees and the venue’s open kitchen and chef’s table-style pizza experience.
The Double Red Duke is a picturesque 17th-century coaching inn in the Cotswold village of Clanfield, close to Oxford and only minutes away from William Morris’s Kelmscott Manor, with cosy log fires, good food using local produce, and a garden with a terrace for al fresco dining.
The original Crazy Bear has been entertaining guests since its creation in 1993, and it features abundant gardens, eclectic design, award-winning dining and inventive facilities within eighty acres of working farmland. Both the English and Thai restaurants have maintained two AA rosettes every year since opening.
The Ivy Oxford Brasserie is part of The Ivy Collection restaurants, designed to extend the magic of their celebrated West Street venue to Oxford. The menu features modern British dishes from The Ivy’s extensive menu, so you can be sure of excellence in both quality and choice.
Tucked away in the village of South Leigh, The Mason Arms is a quaint thatched pub that isn’t quite what it seems. Fun, friendly, and a little offbeat, but with the warm welcome and hearty hospitality of a traditional inn, this is a place for meeting, eating, drinking and merry-making.
Gees Restaurant & Bar offers Mediterranean grills and sharing plates served up in an elegant glass conservatory in the heart of Victorian North Oxford. The restaurant recently underwent a major refurbishment and was expanded with the creation of two new dining spaces, Secret Garden and Gees Gallery.
Branca is a contemporary restaurant and brasserie located in the cosmopolitan Jericho in North Oxford. Since opening over 15 years ago, it has established itself as a bustling, vibrant bar and restaurant with a destination deli next door and an extensive garden terrace for alfresco summer dining.
The restaurant was started in an authentic Victorian working Boathouse, alongside the punt station (established in 1904), on the banks of the River Cherwell. It is still family-owned and managed and offers seasonal menus prepared by Head chef Paul Bell and delivered by a friendly waiting staff.
Located on Oxford’s bustling High Street, the Quod Restaurant, with its unrivalled location, forms the lively hub of the Old Bank Hotel. Its Italian garden terrace provides a uniquely Mediterranean setting to enjoy a quick two-course brunch or a long celebratory supper, with an emphasis on British produce.