Find this good brasserie-style restaurant, handily-placed close to the railway station, in a converted building that once produced Frank Coopers Marmalade.
On the food front, the day starts with a wide selection of breakfast items, ranging from Granola & Porridge through Mexican 'Huevos Rancheros' & 'Breakfast Burrito' (filled with scrambled eggs, re-fried beans, Cheddar, salsa etc) to traditional British cooked items.
A noon, lunch brings everything from sandwiches to lighter brasserie-style dishes – such as 'Aberdeen Angus Steak & Chips’; Caponata' (Sicilian Aubergine Stew); 'Pork T Bone’' and ‘Whole Baked Rainbow Trout’ – plus various 'Burgers'. Vegetarians have a few interesting options.
Puds, such as 'Jam Sponge & Custard'; 'Chocolate Brownie with Honeycomb Ice Cream’ might be there to tempt those with a sweet tooth.
Sunday brings a popular all-day Roast.
Service has had good reports – for being friendly & helpful.
- Food Style: Modern British
- Lunch: Mon-Fri 8.00-15.00 (L 12.00-15.00), Sat 10.00-15.00, Sun 10.00-21.00; mains about £14 to £17 – plus good sandwiches
- Dinner: Mon-Sat 17.00-22.00, Sun 12.00-21.00; mains about £14 to £17
- Seats: 150
- Wine: a concise range of wines has modest mark-ups
- Children's portions: Yes
- Wheelchair access: Yes, throughout
- Nearest station: Oxford Rail
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Parking: Off street and round the area in local car-parks
- Closed: Christmas Day, Boxing Day
- Outside eating
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Thu 20th June 2013 by Will Gibson
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I particularly enjoyed the curry on Tuesday evening, absolutely delicious!
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