Looking for the inside track on some of the best places to eat in Oxfordshire? Well look no further. Here are all the Michelin Plate Restaurants in Oxfordshire from the Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland 2022. And just in case, follow the links to discover the Michelin Star restaurants and the Bib Gourmand restaurants too.
A traditional Cotswolds pub in the heart of Churchill offering a bar that is stocked with local ales and cooking that is gutsy and traditional.
A signature style of relaxed yet elegant spaces and lovingly prepared food, from a seasonal changing menu, in a comfy and relaxing setting.
An 18th-century free house offering delicious fresh food, a great real ales and wines, and luxurious B&B accommodation.
Culinary expertise, exceptional accommodation, and attention to detail make The Harcourt Arms one of Britain’s most outstanding places to enjoy and savour.
This pretty thatched pub sits in a lovely rural spot and offers modern British cooking that is refined but unfussy and has an appealing simplicity.
Award winning restaurant offering modern British cuisine alongside the stunning vista of the River Thames in Henley-on-Thames.
About The Bell at Hampton Poyle Opened in 2009, The Bell at Hampton Poyle is a delightful 9 bedroomed, independent, privately-owned boutique hotel, pub and restaurant. The charm of this […]
The Sir Charles Napier is an idyllic, family-run, country restaurant with beautiful gardens and beechwood walks as well as sculptures by Michael Cooper.
About The Magdalen Arms Located just outside the scholarly Oxford city centre – to the east in the bustling Iffley Road – The Magdalen Arms is a gastropub with a […]
A stylish charcuterie wine bar and restaurant in Summertown, Oxford. Opened by husband and wife duo Pascal and Laura Wiedemann in 2018
Arbequina is a simply furnished, bohemian tapas restaurant and bar located in an old chemist’s shop on the vibrant Cowley Road in Oxford.
A beautifully stylish country pub set in the heart of the village of Crawley, just outside Witney, dating back to the 18th Century.