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.
This extensively refurbished grade two listed thatched pub sits in a lovely rural spot. The original part is the most characterful, while the restaurant is more up-to-date serving modern British cooking that is refined but unfussy and has an appealing simplicity.
The Sir Charles Napier is an idyllic, family-run, quirky country restaurant with beautiful gardens and beechwood walks as well as sculptures by Michael Cooper. The food is considered wonderful – reflecting the seasons, the setting and the craftsmanship of the kitchen.
Pompette – the charming French word for tipsy – is a stylish charcuterie wine bar and restaurant in Summertown, Oxford, opened by husband and wife duo Pascal and Laura Wiedemann in 2018 with a daily changing menu that draws inspiration from across Europe and concise yet varied wine list.
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 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.
The handsome 17th-century Killingworth Castle in Wootton near Woodstock is as much a local pub as it is a dining destination. Concise menus have a British heart, with everything from jams and chutneys to ice cream, bread and sausages made from scratch on-site.