An unrenovated house , time warp Full of students on laptops A great greasy spoon in a central location avoiding the national chains Go local !
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Drinks were hot but not of good quality. Service was friendly. Prices were averagely expensive. The furnishings are very poor, and it is almost impossible to find a clean surface (tables chairs floors) on which to place your belongings. How it passes fire safety (upstairs)...More
Nice little find out of the hustle and bustle of the busy streets. The staff were very friendly and accommodating with us and our toddler. We each had a dish and they were all very tasty and fresh. Only criticism was the tea. Very milky....More
can not fault coffee and cakes BUT the place needs a good clean ! walls, floors etc marked and build up of dust etc- a shame in a quirky building
Greens is situated near the Eagle and Child pub (of Tolkien and CS Lewis fame) on St Giles which is in the heart of Oxford. Tick. It has an ordering area downstairs and seating upstairs. It's rustic and a bit higgledy piggledy but this adds...More
We stopped for lunch and enjoyed both our food - a ciabatta sandwich, a panini and a millionaire shortbread - and the nice atmosphere. The staff were lovely and we found a table easily, although it did get busier around 12.30pm. We will definitely come...More
My daughter and I stopped in here for coffee, and were tempted by the chocolate shortbread. We ate upstairs, where there is plenty of seating, good wifi, and a nice view of the street. Pleasant and welcoming staff. It's nice to see independent premises, and...More
while most places closed or stopped serving food after 2 or 3, this place stayed open for late eater. the pancake and smoothies were very good. their bake goods included some gluten-free options.
Large group visited for breakfast to celebrate a family birthday. Delicious food, excellent service. Great layout with different rooms which made our breakfast feel like a private party