Edamamé is an authentic Japanese eatery in Oxford. They serve their own style of home cooked food, offering various Japanese dishes, and sushi, at low prices. It is not a sushi bar or a formal Japanese restaurant. It is a very casual and friendly setting that might not appeal to people in search of more formal dining!
Fernando’s Cafe serves up a great variety of healthy and tasty food options to eat in or takeaway underneath the Carfax Tower.
Begin your day with a choice of breakfast dishes including the very popular Full House. Or stop by for an exceptional coffee along with one of the daily selection of cakes including banana bread or an amazing brownie.
Housed in Oxford University's Old Congregation House of 1320, the Vaults Cafe offers a delicious and healthy seasonal menu.
Browns Cafe, is the original cafe in the Covered Market. It's been popular with locals, students and tourists alike since 1924. You’ll find a warm welcome and a relaxed atmosphere in this no-nonsense cafe.
Bristol based traditional pie makers and retailers now in Oxford's Covered Market. Each pie contains only fresh, responsibly sourced, free range, natural ingredients many of which are sourced from the West Country.
G&Ds specialises in natural, home-made ice cream and baked goods. They serve fresh bagels, salads and offer the finest, ethically sourced coffees around. Like the ice cream, their homemade bakery products are freshly made daily and cycled from shop to shop.
The Organic Deli Cafe is an independent family run business in the heart of Oxford's city centre. Artisan home made creators of organic, vegan, gluten and dairy free breads, snacks, cakes, pastries and hot foods using locally sourced ingredients. Fair trade organic coffee, loose leaf teas and cold organic drinks.
On the site of the first coffee house in England (according to Samuel Pepys’ Diary, 1650), The Grand Café is part of Oxford life. During the day serving lunch, cream teas and high teas all perfectly at home in the opulence of the marble-pillared, historic gold-leafed building.
Yellow Submarine is a small award-winning charity which prides itself on giving some of the most disadvantaged people in Oxfordshire confidence, independence and a sense of self-worth. The cafe itself doesn't just sell delicious freshly made food and drinks, it creates opportunities for young people with disabilities.
Gourmet Burger Kitchen is all about the burger. Using only the freshest ingredients to create classic and innovative taste combinations, their aim is to make the 'best burgers in town'! Restaurants are bright, simple and modern.
Mission Burrito is a small chain of takeaway cafes serving freshly made mexican inspired burritos and tacos. Chicken, slow cooked pork, chipotle steak or just vegetables are the stock choices.
Opera Cafe is all about delicious food and fine coffee. The menu is based on delicacies from the Mediterranean and Moroccan cuisine
Atomic burger might just be the best blinking burger joint you will ever visit in Oxford. Real burgers, thick shakes, ribs, wings and sticky puds too, they've got it all.
Peloton Espresso is a bike cafe in the bustling Cowley Road area. Offering speciality coffee, food and cycling culture - all in generous portions. Watch all the action from international cycling events live on their tv screens.