Green & Blue Badge Tour Guides in Oxford

Afternoon Tea

There Is A Huge Choice Of Excellent Cafes And Restaurants But For A Traditional Afternoon Tea Here Are Some Suggestions.

The Grand Cafe

The site of the first coffee house in England (according to Samuel Pepys’ Diary, 1650): The Grand Café has now become an Oxford institution. During the day serving lunch, cream teas and high teas all perfectly at home in the opulence of the marble-pillared, historic gold-leafed building.

QL Coffee House

Cosy, multi-roomed cafe that has been serving coffee and comfort food for more than 350 years. Reputed to be the oldest coffee house in Oxford dating from 1654, Queen’s Lane Coffee House’s recent refit has enhanced the feel of this traditional Café

Quod Brasserie

Upmarket hotel venue decorated with young British art, serving a familiar all-day brasserie menu. On Oxford’s bustling High Street, peering out onto St Mary’s Church and the iconic Radcliffe Camera, Quod Restaurant with its unrivalled location forms the lively hub of the Old Bank Hotel.

The Vaults & Garden

Café in a 1320 building with vaulted ceiling and garden, for breakfast and organic, global lunches. The Vaults and Garden was established by William Pouget with the vision of creating a socially positive café hub built on the principle of ecological sustainability.

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