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Legends #Offal #Dinner at Gee’s in #Oxford, 8th July.
This #July at Gee's… Industry #legends Simon Hopkinson, Rowley Leigh and Jeremy Lee, will host a one off #event in #celebration of all things offal.
Spaces for this dinner are limited so do book your #tickets early!
#Celebrity #celebrities #chef #chefs #kitchen #cook
A night with Simon Hopkinson, Jeremy Lee and Rowley Leigh
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#Win a night’s #break at the Old Parsonage Hotel and #dinner for two at Gee's in #Oxford by entering British Airways #HighLife #competition. Simply answer the #question "In which century was the Old Parsonage built?"... Good luck!
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Nominate the #OldParsonage #Restaurant #Oxford in The Good #Food Guide’s #Local Restaurant of the Year #award!
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Entries are now closed for the 2016 Mogford #Literary #Prize for #Food and #Drink #Writing.
The long list of 16 applicants, who’s #stories stood out as the best of the very impressive 600+ we had submitted, has been announced.
The short list of 4 stories will follow within the next week, and the #winner announced on 7th April. Best of luck everybody.
Entries are now being sought for the 2016 Mogford Literary Prize for Food and Drink Writing. First Prize £7,500.
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As part of our #Winter #Offer the Old Parsonage #SetLunch #Menu is currently available Saturday noon until 2.30pm as well as Monday to Friday noon until 6pm. #Lunch #Weekend
Served Monday – Friday: 12.00 – 6.00pm 2 courses £16.95 3 courses £20.95
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#Recruitment Open Morning Wed 30th Sep 9-11am at @OldBankHotel.
#job #oxford #interviews #restaurant #company #work
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#Treat your #Dad this #FathersDay, Sunday 19th #June, to a #meal at Old Parsonage Hotel . #Specials include "1/2 #cornish #lobster, #newpotato & dill #salad"...
Treat your Dad this Father's Day, on Sunday 19th June, to a meal at the Old Parsonage within beautiful surroundings.
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Nothing like a bit of #healthy #competition! The #OldParsonage #Hotel has taken the number 1 spot from the #OldBank on #TripAdvisor on there list of "The 10 #Best #Oxford #Hotels".
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The #OldParsonage #Hotel & #Restaurant is listed in County & Town House's "Top 10 Places To #Eat Out In #Oxford".
#Bar #Breakfast #Lunch #AfternoonTea #Dinner #CityCentre
Oxford has some of the best restaurants in the UK. We've rounded-up the top 10. Find out where to eat when you visit...
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The Mogford ‪#‎Food‬ & ‪#‎Drink‬ Short ‪#‎Story‬ ‪#‎Prize‬ £7,500
Any #writer, new work, 2500 #words
Final entries are now invited for the fourth annual prize, submissions by 6th March 2016.
See our website for entry details, information on the previous #winners, and read their #winning #stories.
Entries are now being sought for the 2016 Mogford Literary Prize for Food and Drink Writing. First Prize £7,500.
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The Mogford #Food & #Drink Short #Story #Prize £7,500
Any writer, New work, 2500 words
Final entries are now invited for the fourth annual prize, submissions by 6th March 2016.
Entries are now being sought for the 2016 Mogford Literary Prize for Food and Drink Writing. First Prize £7,500.
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Quod's #tasty new #Autumn À la carte #Menu starts today... #delicious warm goats #cheese & #roasted beetroot #salad, braised chicken with #chorizo, a fabulous selection of #pizzas, our famous #burger, roasted #figs with praline & milk ice cream, and much more…
#Quod #Oxford #Brasserie #Bar #lunch #dinner #food
Quod Brasserie - à la carte menu. Quod is a vibrant bustling space that is the meeting place for locals for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and supper as well as drinks. With a great local following, the 2 course lunch menu is superb value at £11.95*. From the a la carte menu choose from a ...
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1 Banbury Rd Oxford OX2 6NN, UK
1 Banbury RoadGBOxfordOX2 6NN
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The Old Parsonage Hotel is 5 minutes walk from the the centre of Oxford near to the shops of Jericho and Little Clarendon Street as well as St John's, Keble and Somerville colleges.
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Posh hotel in a 17th-century parsonage offering stylish rooms, dining, free WiFi and bike loans.- Google
"The service is unrivalled within Oxford, and the food is just as good."
"The new savory tea was a pleasant surprise and a good new addition."
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James Pick
3 months ago
Excellent service from walking in to afternoon tea and departing. The service is unrivalled within Oxford, and the food is just as good. The staff are very accommodating and will bend over backwards to make your experience there both enjoyable and hassle free. Highly recommended to anyone visiting Oxford or anyone just wanting afternoon tea.
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Joe Nixon
6 months ago
The perfect place for a meal on a cold winter night, this has to be the most snug restaurant in Oxford. They usually only have one vegetarian option, but the food is always excellent.
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Rebecca Whysall
3 weeks ago
Excellent afternoon tea, very accommodating staff!
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Steve Smith
3 months ago
I don't dislike The Old Parsonage,I love it,hit the wrong button on my phone
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Victoria Chappell Harvey
3 months ago
Never disappoints! SO delicious and great ambiance. The new savory tea was a pleasant surprise and a good new addition
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Harry Plumley
2 weeks ago
Excellent dinner service
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Matthew Noble
11 months ago
My girlfriend and I went to The Old Parsonage for lunch. It is a beautiful building on the Banbury Road, near to the church, recently renovated apparently. As you enter, there is a walled courtyard leading into the hotel with a roaring wood burning fire. As you proceed through, the restaurant is well lit and multiple pictures adorn the walls. It really is a beautiful setting and I completely agree with the other reviewers in this regard. We were seated promptly and proceeded to order the rabbit pie each and a bottle of wine. The service was good, although no waiter / waitress appeared to be on the floor to signal if you wanted anything. The food was safe, nothing to write home about but done very well. I did however feel that it was over-priced for what you got. It was the end of the meal that made me angry with our dining experience. When the bill was presented, they had automatically added a 12.5% service charge, I said that this was not appropriate to the waitress, I paid for the meal's cost and then tipped as I normally would. This however did not seem to go down well, the staff became stone faced, the smiles, the "sir's" and the "ma'am's" all of a sudden became silence, and glares, and scowls. We were not said good bye to, we were not escorted out as the other guests were, it was in all honesty rude and disgusting behaviour following a rude and presumptuous act.
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David Harvey
3 months ago
The old parsonage tea is amazing!!!