Although part of a chain, Pierre Victoire does manage to convey the sense of being a truly authentic French restaurant - it is even managed by a ... More
Although part of a chain, Pierre Victoire does manage to convey the sense of being a truly authentic French restaurant - it is even managed by a French lady! Wooden tables and rickety wooden stairs dominate the restaurant's closely packed two floors. With its intimate lighting, Pierre Victoire is suitable for both families or couples - groups might be a bit squeezed - and the Edith Piaf background music certainly gets you in the right frame of mind. The food here is delightful, particularly the juicy and succulent duck. Look out for the lunchtime bargains: three tasty courses can be had for as little as £6.
A great location, at the hub of the Little Clarendon/Jericho eateries. The atmosphere is somewhat lacking, being often more intent on capacity than mood yet despite this the service is good, and the waiting staff seem to actually take an interest. The food is unfortunately a little bland and is a flaw that unfortunately takes the shine off a very appealing menu. Definitely worth a visit though if you're ever in Oxford.
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