Brown's is one of the most popular places to eat in Oxford, especially with students. The original branch (Brown's is now found in London and many ... More
Brown's is one of the most popular places to eat in Oxford, especially with students. The original branch (Brown's is now found in London and many university towns throughout Britain) is usually packed and bustling. As you can't book here, you'll never be turned away but you will have to wait. At peak times there can even be queues outside. The greenery hanging from the ceiling, along with the large skylight, make the place look almost tropical-looking and it's therefore a relaxing place to indulge in a cocktail or two. The menu is fairly standard, but the portions are large and daily specials (such as seabass and red snapper) add some variety.
This is a truly luxurious cafe: the decor is spectacular, the coffee and food are exquisite, and the cost is
inordinate. This is definitely a place to come for a treat or just to fritter some money away. The ...
Many visitors to Oxford ask for directions 'to the university' but Oxford is not a campus university and it can't
be visited in that sense. The university consists of 39 completely separate, autonomous colleges, which are spread throughout the ...
Set in a beautiful north Oxford villa that could easily have been transported from the Mediterranean, the Lemon Tree puts
the emphasis on presentation and appearance. The lemony colour of the walls gives this restaurant a summery feel, and ...