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The Living Room - Oxford

A selection of Home Comforts - bangers and mash, fish and chips – are designed for easy eating yet there are also more elaborate dishes like Seared peppered tuna with salsa rosso or Roasted lamb cutlets with minted pesto vegetables. Small plates - such as cured ham with grissini and olives – allow for casual snacking while sandwiches and salads enable one-course, easy and casual dining.

All-day opening is designed to facilitate easy access and reinforces a core ethos behind The Living Room; you, the customer, is the one empowered to make decisions and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to do that, enjoy it and be comfortable.
Address: 1 Oxford Castle
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 01865260210
Site: www.thelivingroom.co.uk
Cuisines: Specific Menus, Steak House

Welcome to Branca, our large and lively Italian brasserie in Jericho. For us Italian food is all about quality ingredients, honest cooking, big flavours and uncomplicated dishes. In other words buy decent stuff and keep it simple.
Address: 111 Walton Street
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 01865556111
Site: www.branca-restaurants.com
Cuisines: Italian

Maxwell's Oxford
Maxwell’s is one of Oxfords longest established late night bar and grills. Maxwell’s has recently undergone a major refurbishment to deliver a fresh, industrial chic look for the 21st century. Famous for their burgers, maxwell’s stands by a winning formula of top notch service and a recently launch, exciting new food menu designed to appeal to all tastes. Boasting years of experience, the knowledgable Maxwell’s bar team produce exquisite drinks. They offer an extensive menu of over 50 cocktails, including new signature creations and fresh fruit twists on old classics. Add a well balanced wine and champagne list and a superb choice of beers – theres something for everyone. Late night and Maxwell’s transforms into one of Oxfords leading party venues. With spectacular sound and light shows and some of the industries finest DJ’s spinning there way through a broad array of musical genres, Maxwell’s generates the best party atmosphere in Oxford.
Address: 36 / 37 Queen Street
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: The Americas

Gees is housed in the most attractive of settings - A Victorian glasshouse and erstwhile florist's shop. This is a unique place to eat -light airy romantic and sophisticated and rightly attracts a wide range of diners - Students, celebs, families, and business diners. The cuisine is Modern British/European and there is a good sized - but not too large menu. What's Cooking? Baby Beetroot marinaded and roasted with crisp sage and toasted cashew nuts;Seared wild sea trout with a new potato, radish and mustard salad;Roasted Breast of Black Leg Chicken with sage pesto, fresh borlotti beans and tomato dressing;Chargrilled Veal cutlet with homemade chips and Gee's Red Wine Mustard.
Address: 61 Banbury Road
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
Cuisines: Thai, European

Cherwell Boathouse Restaurant
You've planned an afternoon punting a la Sebastian Flyte - you've got the boater, the stripy blazer, the wind-up gramophone and the obligatory teddy bear, but whoops, forgotten the picnic. Instead of eating sweaty sandwiches, plan your punting excursion round eating at Cherwell Boathouse. Owned and run by the same family for the past 30 years, Cherwell Boathouse, as its name suggests is right on the banks of the Isis (Oxford speak for the Thames) in a truly scenic spot. The restaurant is small and intimate with a beautiful terrace but not twee. The atmosphere is buzzy and lively and there is a huge range of age groups. However, if you are truly set on a picnic, the restaurant will organise a hamper for a minimum of 15 people if you pre-order. What's cooking: Fish Terrine with a light crab mayo; fragrant Thai broth, crispy sea bream with courgette and carrot tagliatelle on a bed of noodles with a tomato and caper jus; baked breast of mallard with a cranberry compote; white chocolate and ginger torte; chocolate layered crepe cake.
Address: 60 Bardwell Road
Price range: £25 (€35)
Cuisines: World

The Feathers Hotel
The Feathers Hotel has long been one of the places to go for a romantic weekend and those lucky enough to live nearby go there to celebrate special events. The building, which was originally four townhouses is very picturesque and has recently been completely refurbished inside. Expect to be greeted by the resident parrot who presides over the reception area. Lunchtimes are smart but casual, and in the summer there is room for around 3 diners outside as well as in the restaurant. Dinner tends to be more formal, with black tie the norm. A very extensive wine list is coupled with excellent modern European cuisine. This is very much an 'occasion' restaurant and well worth travelling some distance to visit. However, if you really want to do justice to the food, drink and general ambience, book yourself in for an overnight stay and walk off all those calories in next door Blenheim Palace grounds the next day. What's cooking? Roast Hand Dived Scallops, set on a puree of haricot blanc, grilled chorizo sausage, cauliflower beignets and fresh parmesan; Hot carmelised foie gras, green split peas, smoked Italian bacon, salsify Madeira sauce and white truffle oil; risotto of royal Dourade seasoned with fresh crab meat, morels, pak choi, rosemary and aubergines; Pave of Halibut sauteed in olive oil with spinach, fresh asparagus,pesto and classic nicoise garnish, creamed rice pudding with poached figs, praline, bitter chocolate sorbet and sesame seed tuile; iced cherry parfait dried applies and pistachio tuile with a puree of griottines and vanilla sauce.
Address: Market Street, Woodstock
Price range: £50.00 + 12.5%

The Living Room - Oxford
Part of a redevelopment of the castle, the Oxford branch of this respected chain stands in the shadow of an ancient prison. But you won’t give that a second thought once inside the airy, sophisticated bar designed with loads of polished dark wood, plants lining the walls, low-hanging lamps, curvaceous chocolate-brown leather seating. And a white baby grand piano played most evenings by talented local musicians. The service and food are consistently good. A diverse menu travels from Britain through Europe to Asia and back to Blighty again in the shape of the Home Comforts section listing all-time classics such as fish and chips, and steak and ale pie. Splendid. Great place for leisurely New York-style brunches on a Sunday.
Address: 1 Oxford Castle
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Thai, European

Escape Le Prive Restaurant
Oxford’s clubbers love Escape, a luxurious club a million miles from the meat markets associated with high street clubbing. So when you’re looking for a more refined dinner before pulling on your dancing Choos Escape Le Prive is the perfect combination of glamour and laid back atmosphere. The dining room is pure decadence with chandeliers dripping from the ceiling, warm exposed brick work providing a cocoon-like feel and plush leather banquettes to lean back against while you sip your glass of fizz. Escape Le Prive’s menu offers a world of mouthwatering indulgence with North African, Greek and Turkish mezze dishes as well as full mains with a more British flavour.
Address: 9a High Street , Market Avenue , 1 Covered Market
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: World

The Oxford Retreat
The Oxford Retreat is as cosy and sophisticated as it sounds. Much of the building’s original character remains in the painted wooden space; cocktail bar one side, atmospheric open kitchen and restaurant the other. The best of the seasonal, well-priced Modern European menu is generally the rustic dishes like home-marinated rack of ribs slowly cooked until tender served on top of old-fashioned homemade chips; chunky fish pie; bangers and bubble and squeak. Desserts, risottos, pasta and vegetarian dishes are written up on a specials board. Very friendly staff.
Address: 1 - 2 Hythe Bridge Street
Price range: £35 and under
Cuisines: Other

Situated in the tranquil village of Iffley at a stones throw from the Iffley Lock Annora serves contemporary Continental Thai and Indian cuisine as well as a wide rage of menus in its traditional pub. Annora has managed to win a lot of hearts and awards in the first two years of operation. This award winning restaurant believes in freshness of ingredients and simplicity of cuisine. Don’t miss the must eat Grand Sunday lunch buffet serving a wide selection of international salads, cold cuts and starters with an extensive selection of Indian 7 thai curries and traditional roast and trimmings.
Address: The Tree Hotel, 63 Church Way
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
Cuisines: Indian

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