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Turl Street Kitchen
Today 8AM–12AM
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16 Turl St, Oxford OX1 3DH United Kingdom
16 Turl St, Oxford OX1 3DHGB
Restaurant, Meeting Room
Meeting Room
British Restaurant
Today 8AM–12AM
Sunday 8AM–12AMMonday 8AM–12AMTuesday 8AM–12AMWednesday 8AM–12AMThursday 8AM–12AMFriday 8AM–1AMSaturday 8AM–1AM
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
"I ordered "crispy pork belly" with assorted seasonal greens in a salsa verde."
"The best in this restaurant -coffee shop is the decor, furniture and ambience."
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Kurtis Garbutt
2 months ago
Good food, nice setting, pretty quick service, little pricey, constantly changing menu. I've been here a few tines and the food has been good every time. The location is great. The service has always been quick and friendly. The style of food is a good mix of classical, modern and local. The options on the menu are usually good, if limited for vegetarians. The problem can be the changing menu. If you book a table for Sunday afternoon, you have no idea what's going to be available. I don't really like this as I quite like to plan ahead. It's a little bit pricey, but the food is good and money goes to student services so can't complain.
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Larisa Lara
4 months ago
A MUST. Usually food is really good as well as service. Coffee is always amazing. The best in this restaurant -coffee shop is the decor, furniture and ambience. Don't miss their heavy petal. They are a great option for lunch after trashing.
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Greg Crichton
a month ago
Have their own stout, great food, great service. Cozy atmosphere. Can get busy.
Mel Grey
3 weeks ago
I don't understand why people go there. It's always very cold especially the room they've got upstairs. The hygiene is poor, you don't even want to sit on their armchairs. Mediocre, expensive food and bad costumer service.
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Tom Scott
2 months ago
I used to enjoy going to the TSK but my last two visits have been rather disappointing. I ordered "crispy pork belly" with assorted seasonal greens in a salsa verde. It turned out to actually be breaded pork belly and the salsa was just oily and only tasted vaguely of salt with no other real flavours. Charging £2 for two small bits of bread and butter would be bad enough if the butter wasn't refrigerated (and hence completely unspreadable) and rancid. This might sound pernickety but it's these small details that show you care about your customers' experiences and recently, I've found them to be lacking.
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Haley Sullivan
a month ago
It's a great place for a cup of coffee and a book (also free wifi) but also has amazing lunch and dinner options. The decor is very rustic as well.
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Erik van der Velden
7 months ago
Very nice vegetarian dishes. Good atmosphere. Fast service. We really liked it here.
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Paavan Buddhdev
5 months ago
Amazing coffee and comfy sofas upstairs to chill with a book when you need an escape. The restaurant also does phenomenally tasty food w/ great veggie options. Worth reserving as unsurprisingly it gets pretty packed for dinner.