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Diamond review  The jewel of Jericho

Advantages: Delicious food on a comprehensive Prix Fixe menu. Efficient service.
Disadvantages: No parking apart from rather expensive pay and display options in St Giles.

We spent a most pleasant week in Oxford during the Easter break this year and rented accommodation within fairly reasonable walking distance of the city centre. The owners of our property produced a very handy guide with lots of things to do in Oxford as ...

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French But Not Fancy

Advantages: Good food at very reasonable prices.
Disadvantages: I don't think there is a no smoking area.

...In Oxford’s Little Clarendon St., three French brasseries sit in a row creating a little French quarter in one of Oxford’s liveliest streets. Michel’s Brasserie and Café Rouge flank Pierre Victoire on either side which, at lunchtime anyw ...

Freespirit 01.02.2001 · Read full review
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Victorious

Advantages: Fabulous food
Disadvantages: None

Popular and deservedly so, this restaurant has much to recommend it. The service is fast, efficient, polite and unobtrusive. The food is excellent, both in terms of range of menu (the specials are a particular joy, but the carte is well-balanced and extre ...

richardashdowne 19.01.2001 · 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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