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Turl Street Kitchen
Restaurant
Today 8:00 am – 12:00 am
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16 Turl St, Oxford OX1 3DH United Kingdom
16 Turl St, Oxford OX1 3DHGB
Restaurant, Meeting Room
Restaurant
Meeting Room
British Restaurant
Bar
Cafe
Today 8:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 8:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 8:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 8:00 am – 1:00 amSaturday 8:00 am – 1:00 amSunday 8:00 am – 12:00 am
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Social enterprise cafe-bar-restaurant, open 8am till late and open to all, the Turl Street Kitchen offers relaxed eating and drinking with a focus on great local produce and independent drinks makers.
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Modern British dishes served in a Georgian restaurant with rustic tables and stripped floors.- Google
"The deserts were a good size (in particular the apple crumble."
"Lovely food, friendly service, relaxing atmosphere."
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Nicolas Stone Villani
5 months ago
Hands down one of the best places to chill in Oxford. Good hot and cold drinks selection and nice staff. Free wi-fi and comfy sofas and armchairs upstairs. Gets crowded during lunchtime and dinner.
Uday Maudgil
a year ago
The modern yet rustic vibe of this place was wonderful. The three course 16 pound meal was great too, wonderfully cooked and great value for money.
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William Purefoy
2 months ago
Unusual and very appealing place, friendly and good value
Ingeborg Randers-Pehrson
11 months ago
Excellent and delicious food. Very good recommendations on drinks and beverages. The staff was extraordinarily helpful and friendly.
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BigHandsWill
9 months ago
Arrived about 9pm and was told that there was a 45 min wait for a table for 3 so had a drink at the bar which is a bit cramped. Beer is ok, local wheat and IPA. We obtained a table earlier due to kind barman and got away from music in bar ( too loud to talk comfortably). Eating area better and food good although pudding too sweet for others in party, and no I didn't eat theirs.
Vasileios Kofinas
10 months ago
Very nice place. Quiet rooms with a very warm decoration. Such a relaxing atmosphere! Coffee was so nice and brownie with ice cream delicious. Will definitely return soon to taste some dishes.
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AnnaRose Meeds
a year ago
The service, food, and environment is lovely here. If you are a student, this is the place to go. Not only do you get a 15% discount, there are also study rooms and a library upstairs. One caution: the food can take awhile sometimes. Otherwise this place is my favorite restaurant in Oxford.
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Paul Richardson
2 years ago
The staff were very friendly. The drinks menu is very good - lots of choice and an emphasis on organic drinks. The food is sourced locally, fresh, flavoursome and prepared to a high standard - it was delicious. There isn't a lot of choice for food, but the choices were all quite unusual (as in you wouldn't find the same dishes in most places) and everything sounded good. There were good options for vegetarians (my girlfriend is a veggie). I'm glad we ordered bread (you only get 2 slices though) and the greens side dish (it was just kale, not a selection of greens - but very tasty) as the main meals could have been bigger. The deserts were a good size (in particular the apple crumble). All profit goes to a local charity, which is a good feeling when you pay. I'll look forward to a return visit! :-)
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