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  • Muddy goes mental!

    We came, we saw, we partied. Hard! Muddy attended the launch of glam new restaurant Victors in Oxford. Here's what we can remember of it, plus some incriminating video footage...

  • Jacobs Brasserie interior dinning area cream padded headboard pink cushions black chalk boards on brick wall

    Brasserie beautiful

    Abstinence in January? Pah! Let's get you off to a flying start in 2018 with the bright, stylish Jacobs Brasserie in Headington, Oxford.

  • The Oxford Kitchen

    *The* place for relaxed fine dining in elegant Summertown - and if you need an extra reason to try it out, a new Michelin chef starts in January!

  • 2018’s Michelin winners

    The judge's scores are in, they've held up their Michelin paddleboards and here are the winners in Bucks, Oxon and beyond.

  • Portabello, Oxford

    Sometimes what you need is a goddam great local restaurant that ticks the boxes for families, friends and good value business lunches. Buona sera, Portabello!

  • The Pint Shop, Oxford

    To Oxford city centre, for posh burgers and craft ale at stylish mini-chain The Pint Shop. Sounds blokey; is actually surprisingly family friendly.

  • COWLEY ROAD CRAWL

    If you always stay on the spire side of Oxford, it's time to venture across the Magdalen Bridge to the best pubs, bars and shops

  • A FISHY ON A DISHY

    There are so many places to eat in Oxford, but seafood is not a speciality well-catered for in our city of spires. Let me therefore present you with a fabulous fishy on a dishy in the form of Cuttlefish, a restaurant just over the Magdalen Bridge up St Clement's St. 'Over the Magdalen Bridge?!' I hear you cry, horrified hands to face á la Edvard-Munsch. Yeah, like, *totes*...

  • Your GÄF

    Is this 'veggiecentric' eaterie the grooviest restaurant in Oxford? Er, yup!

  • Holy crêpe! Bonjour to Pancake Day

    Bored of making stodgy old British pancakes, slathered in sugar, lemon or treacle (or if you’re my children, all three)? Try this cheeky little number for size then – an elegant crêpe with Juliette sauce, artfully created and demonstrated by the stupendously beautiful chef Camille of equally beautiful French restaurant The Swan at Tetsworth, Oxfordshire. […]

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