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Advantages: On the doorstep - Fine French Dining - local 'Quoduce'
Disadvantages: Has perfect acoustics for egocentrics and theatrical types

92 / 94 High Street Oxford, OX1 4BN For those of you up on your British slang, you'll be aware the word 'quod' means prison. The Quod Brasserie doesn't resemble a prison nor does it have inhabitants who're aesthetically deemed as stereotypical priso ...

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A stylish restaurant well worth the visit

Advantages: food, drink and atmosphere
Disadvantages: price

Quod is with no question, my favourite restaurant in Oxford. It is a very chic bar & restaurant & is most certainly the place to be on a Saturday night. It is based on the historical High Street in Oxford and is found within the Old Bank hotel. Accordin ...

kirlykird 10.02.2009 · Read full review
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Great food, wine and atmosphere!

Advantages: Great menu, good details.(knapkins, cutlery etc)
Disadvantages: No chance of privacy

The Quod bar and restaurant is situated on the High Street, opposite Queen's college and the old university buildings. It is split in two with a bar on your left and the restaurant on your right as you walk in. The first thing you will notice when you wal ...

TDubbs 19.03.2001 · Read full review
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Europe's oldest coffee house?

Advantages: Friendly and efficient service; better than the usual chain coffee houses
Disadvantages: Could do with a facelift

Oxford's Queen's Lane Coffee House claims to be the longest established coffee house in Europe, dating as it does from 1654. Visiting the city for the day, I wanted to avoid the usual chain coffee shops and try out an independent one for a change. Walking ...

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Review of Queen's Lane Coffee House, Oxford

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Fine food, great for people-watching

Advantages: Cheap(ish), window seats for people-watching, central, lively, good variety of food
Disadvantages: Fills up quite quickly, so hard to get seats

The Queen's Lane Coffee house is, according to the signs painted on its peachy-coloured walls, the oldest coffee house in Europe. It certainly doesn't look it - the owners have done a good job making it brightly-coloured and vaguely contemporary looking, ...

Athene 02.02.2001 · Read full review
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