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Oxford's Cruising Restaurant

Advantages: A wonderfully special evening out.
Disadvantages: none that I can think of.

...snow, ice and floods around now is a good time to remember and look forward to summer. If a king entertained his queen in Oxford he might take her to Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir but he would probably take his mistress on the Rosamund the Fair. R ...

Freespirit 09.01.2003 · Read full review
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Review of Rosamund the Fair, Oxford

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Groovy baby!

Advantages: Groovy atmosphere, great food and snacks
Disadvantages: Small and busy, quite pricey

Hidden away in central Oxford's covered market is one of my favourite independent cafes. Small, cosy, a large range of homemade snacks and meals and lots of hot and cold drinks on offer. Excellent for a convenient break from shopping, meeting friends ...

GregL 14.05.2004 · 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 ...

denella 07.05.2012 · Read full review
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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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Go across the road to the Grand Cafe instead

Advantages: people watching, convenient for the bus stop
Disadvantages: poor service, overpriced bog standard food

The Queen\'s Lane Coffee house claims to be the oldest coffee house in Britain, or something along those lines. It\'s a shame then that despite years of operation, this place hasn\'t learnt how to cook or serve with a smile. The menu looks scrumptious ...

Gracelet 14.09.2007 · Read full review
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