All the Good Food Guide restaurants in Oxfordshire.
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.
Arbequina is a simply furnished, bohemian restaurant and bar located on Cowley Road in Oxford. There’s sitting downstairs by the vintage stainless steel counter and upstairs in the bay window. The menu is concise and offers tapas dishes that are perfect for sharing between two.
The Lamb Inn is a beautifully stylish country pub set in the heart of the village of Crawley, just outside Witney, dating back to the 18th Century, focussing on excellent locally sourced ingredients and a straightforward eclectic wine list delivered with a big welcome.
Rural provenance with a modern approach, Orwells is an award-winning restaurant housed within an old 18th Century pub building in the rural location of Binfield Heath just 5 minutes from the town centre of Henley-on-Thames, serving contemporary British food.
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.
The Wild Rabbit is a modern British Inn in the heart of the Cotswolds serving hyper-local seasonal food in a relaxed and welcoming setting. On offer is a constantly changing menu that uses organic ingredients from the Daylesford farm – picked fresh each morning and delivered straight to the kitchen.