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A little cafe-restaurant tucked away off Cornmarket Street, The Nosebag serves simple, wholesome food for the exhausted shopper. The seventies influenced decor will charm many, and everyone will like the masses of seating available. The food is quite basic but the portions are large. With its selection of hot and cold dishes, The Nosebag is perfect for those who want a fast, fairly healthy snack in a convenient place.
For the party animals of Oxford, it's like a ritual to visit The Jericho Tavern. The fact that in the past the famous bands like Supergrass and Ride have frequented this popular haunt and the first gig by Radiohead was staged here, is enough to attract alternative rock music lovers to this place. At this chilled out haunt, one can lounge around the well-stocked bar and the gastro pub while enjoying live music. Or simply relax in the garden patio devouring the delicious array of food served to you. The Jericho also is the perfect venue to host various activities and private parties.
The Sasi Thai restaurant is located in the The Covered Market in Oxford. It offers a wide variety of Thai dishes spiced with authentic Thai ingredients. Bite into the home made fish cake or taste the Thai-style noodles showered with spices. The papaya salad, stir-fry vegetable beef and beef-boat noodle soup are simply delicious. You can extend your shopping venture at the market to this fine restaurant and enjoy the delicacies available here.
Located in the vibrant neighborhood of Central Oxford, the St. Giles' Cafe is a classic spot for breakfast, brunch or dinner. The cafe has a small dining area with a warm ambiance. All the dishes are made with freshly sourced ingredients. There are hearty sandwiches, pancakes, smoked mackerel plate and gorgeous home- made desserts. You can also become a part of their dining club, where they have a special five-course meal set up for the members on every last Wednesday of each month. So savor the delightful meal offered here along with some coffee or tea.
Considering it's part of a chain, this restaurant has a lot of character. This pizzeria has found itself a lovely spot, upstairs in a beautiful old Oxford tavern in a quiet part of the town center. The pizzas, although not as large as those in some other fast-food pizzerias, are extremely tasty, with all the standard toppings on a delicious, crisp base. The house wine is very good, though not cheap. For further details, please check the website.