We’re ideally located in the heart of Oxford, making us the perfect place for a spot of lunch! We specialise in transforming locally-sourced ingredients into mouth-watering season dishes that are distinctly Oxford in style.
If you’re out sightseeing or shopping our Oxford hotel is so central you can drop your bags and rest a while before heading off again into the beautiful city of Oxford.
Our Oxford hotel menu is distinctly Oxford in style with lots of local flavours and seasonal ingredients. Our chef plans all the menus by the seasons so the freshest market produce is the highlight of our dishes. For those occasions when a meal needs a glass of wine, we have a carefully chosen short selection of wines to complement the menu.
Menu highlights at our unique Oxford hotel include starters of ‘House smoked pigeon breast with crispy bacon’ and an eye-catching as well as satisfying ‘Oxford Blue Salad’. Mains include Roast Salmon, free range Chicken and tasty pastas and seasonal salads. Puddings are a speciality and while fruit crumbles and panna cottas will vary according to the season there is usually something chocolatey on the menu!
Arriving after hours? No problem, our unique Oxford hotel offer a 24-hour room service menu with plenty of tasty dishes to get you through the night or to simply enjoy from the privacy of your own room.
Attractive setting in the centre of Oxford. We stayed in a suite which was beautiful, immaculately clean and luxurious. The staff were attentive and gave us some great tips on how to fit in all the sights. I would definitely recommend.
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