What a location this cafe is set in, nestled into the cathedral looking out onto the historic Bodleian Library. Food isn't fresh, thats the only downer, but coffee and the setting is ideal.
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Same British fare done well. Cooked food a bit slow to come. Good coffee. Long tables don't seem to encourage people to mingle and chat - everyone looking at their phones.
We had a gluten-free diner, two vegetarians, a 4-year old, and two of us were carnivores. The restaurant made us all happy with delicious food. It couldn't have been better.
A great location amidst the colleges and libraries and churches - Very good coffees and honestly the best Full English I've had here (the beans are homecooked large beans, not canned small beans, so if you prefer the can, you'll disagree with me). Charming, very, very reasonably priced, and delicious. I'll stop here every visit!
This restaurant is absolutely fabulous, we waited for about 15 minutes to get in at lunchtime but as it is in such a lovely position, standing in the sunshine looking at the rooftops of old Oxford there was no problem. The menu on offer was very interesting, all tasty dishes at such a reasonable price for a good plate of... More
Being so closevto the Bodleian Library is a good place have a delicious Scone (loved the one with fruit) and a Capuccino. Inside the vaulted ceiling, outside the Radcliff Square so either place you will surely enjoy the view!
We only had breakfasts of tea, scones, jam and clotted cream there, but they were very good and the lunch menu was inviting.
Whether you opt to sit inside or out amongst the garden (in the shadow of the Radcliffe Camera), you are in for spectacular views. The trays alone are gorgeous. The menu is rather hearty - we enjoyed salmon & eggs with coffee and a pot of tea. Gluten free options available. Being in the heart of Oxford, this spot is... More
Would eat here again, very popular so might be best to avoid peak times. Had a lovely broccoli soup and a lovely fruit scone with jam and cream yum!
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Hi ,as one of Oxfords TOP TEN Cafe's on trip advisor. I wonder if I could ask you for a little charity? I am starting a project to give all the Oxford Homeless Street Sleepers( we have often over 20 each night that cant get a hostel or indoor place to sleep ) a hot water bottle. Would your staff be willing to give someone facing a dangerously cold night sleeping on oxford's pavements some hot water? I envisage giving you a spare bottle so you could just exhange an empty one each time?
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