I really like the vibe in here and when I used to live there t used to be our go to place for a pint, pie and a game of cards! It's awesome!
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Called in on the offchance after going to the cinema, very welcoming efficient service, with fun character to support. Eclectic menu, as were fellow diners. Not fine-dining by any means, but wholesome cooking, decent servings and all pleasingly efficient.
Wanted an early evening dinner after sightseeing and walking in Oxford. Couldn't fault the restaurant for value and service. Located in a quiet residential area but was very well attended by 17-30 on a Saturday. The French style menu and unpretentious nature of the bar/restaurant...More
We visited the bookbinders on a Saturday night to celebrate our anniversary. It was nice and busy and had a nice buzz about the place. For the main event my wife had a vegetarian savoury crepe which got a good review and i had a...More
A building right in the middle of a residential area, that looks like your standard pub as you walk up to it but once inside it completely changes. Great decor and good atmosphere as soon as we walked in for a Saturday evening meal. We...More
We pitched for Sunday lunch hoping to get a table and were delighted to be quickly seated. The service from the young staff was very friendly and efficient. The food was excellent. Surprisingly the highlight was the ham and cheese crepe we chose for my...More
The Old Bookbinders Alehouse is off the beaten tourist track about 10-15mins walk from Broad Street in the quiet suburb of Jericho. I chose from the fixed price menu - £10.95 for 2 courses - and really enjoyed my mackerel rillete with warm bread followed...More
First of all we ordered a garlic bread with cheese which came with zero cheese, for mains I had the minute steak which was supposed to come with sautéed mushrooms but didn't, the sauce on the steak was tasteless. My boyfriend had the gourmet burger...More
A great place to spend an evening (or all day if it is wet!) with friends, Full of books, board games, good food and decent beer. Child friendly. Down side? - Oxford prices - not cheap.