As the hospitality industry slowly starts to resume following a tough start to the year, now is a better time than ever to support our Oxford eateries. From the 3rd to the 31st August, you can enjoy a 50% discount (up to £10 off per person) when you choose to eat out, and you can do this as many times as you like every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday!
Here, we’ve listed five of our city’s favourite restaurants which are participating in the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme. Enjoy!
Organic Deli Café and Wholefoods
This indie spot has been a go-to for Oxford’s health foodies for over ten years, and who can blame them? You’ll be spoilt for choice with their vast menu, and their vegan and vegetarian options mean there’s something for everyone!
Spruce up your morning hot drink craving with a relaxing rooibos tea, grown from the depths of Cederberg’s protected floral kingdom, or try their famous A.L.T (avocado, lettuce and tomato – dur). And before you leave, don’t forget to delve into the variety of fresh groceries at their Wholefoods store. This place is a PT’s dream.
[Photo credit: ORGANIC DELI CAFE AND WHOLEFOODS]
Le Kesh Oxford
Take a trip to the Middle East when you visit this authentic Moroccan restaurant. Intricate attention to detail is at the heart of this small business, as interior design and traditional food intertwine to create an unforgettable experience.
Recline on the wooden benches in the heated garden, extravagantly embellished with twinkling fairy lights and glowing hanging lamps. Then, sample the restaurant’s signature feast of hot and cold plates, hand selected by the chef, followed by traditional Middle Eastern sweets and one of the thirteen types of tempting teas on offer. This destination promises a night to remember.
Art Café Oxford
What’s better than enjoying a cup of steaming, milky coffee, whilst admiring some wonderful art? Feel inspired by the charm of this unique establishment. Nestled on a street corner in the centre of Oxford, this quaint café prides itself on fresh and local food. There’s nothing we love more than independent businesses supporting one another, and this café sources many of its ingredients from Oxford’s own Covered Market.
Whether it’s breakfast, baguettes or bagels you desire, the Art Café is sure to have something for you.
[Photo credit: ART CAFE]
Famous up and down the country for their award-winning beers, BrewDog has landed right here in Oxford, and we couldn’t be happier. Be seduced by one of ten different burgers they have to offer, or indulge in their world-famous buffalo wings which are definitely worth a shot. Go on, be selfish and fill your face with a sharing portion for one. With vegan and veggie choices too, you will be spoilt for choice at this foodie, boozy joint.
[Photo credit: BREWDOG]
The Fox Inn, Denchworth
With its thatched roof and white walls, this self-proclaimed traditional English country pub is the centre of the Oxford community. The family-run pub prides itself on its nostalgic British menu and hands-on approach.
If it’s a romantic evening you seek, settle down in one of the hand-crafted outdoor ‘pods’. You’ll feel like it’s just the two of you as you dine on the covered benches amongst a backdrop of shimmering lights.
We hope that you found our guide helpful and pay a visit to some of these eateries on your next stay at our Oxford hotel. These businesses would love to have you, and so would we! Remember to stay safe and alert on your next staycation.