Earthy Eats: The Oxford Kitchen

The Oxford Kitchen is tucked away in Summertown, North Oxford, and maybe a ten minute cycle ride from the city centre. Me and my second set of taste buds, Davina Forth, visited last Tuesday at lunchtime to test their wares. In terms of location, the Oxford Kitchen isn’t great: it is placed on a busy […]

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A walk in Wytham Woods

Down George Street, the ugliest road in the city centre; straight on through the cyclists’ death-trap (the junction before the bridge); past the pharaonic Saïd Business School, and follow the cycle path; soon, on your right, sheepish Wadham students should be emerging with their granola from the Waitrose across the road; right turn after the […]

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Earthy Eats: St Ebbe’s Kitchen

It’s Tuesday lunchtime as I pull up on my bicycle outside Modern Art Oxford, on Pembroke Street. I’m not here to look at anything remotely artistic however; I’m here to review some food. It is actually quite difficult to locate the cafe I have come to eat at, St Ebbe’s Kitchen, as it is wholly […]

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Spectrum Ball: a kaleidoscope of colour

The much-anticipated Spectrum Ball created by the partnership between St. Anne’s and St. Peter’s and held on Saturday 13th May brought a colourful ball to the Oxford ball scene. The £95 ticket included food and drink, transportation to and from the venue, a Ferris wheel and dodgems, and the selected entertainment of the evening. Unlike […]

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Review: The White Rabbit

The first thing you notice upon entering The White Rabbit is its refreshingly idiosyncratic atmosphere. One minute you’re walking on the vaguely disorienting streets behind Gloucester Green… and the next you step foot into a disco from the 80s, which is actually a pizzeria, which is actually a pub. It’s impossible to not feel a […]

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Kellogg Formal: Review from a cereal diner

In a college named Kellogg, good food is expected. Rumoured to have a cereal bar stocked with cornflakes, and occasionally known as “Corpus Crispy”, this graduate college rightly has a reputation for the best food in Oxford. A cluster of Victorian houses marks out the college, which is tucked alongside Banbury Road. Kellogg functions as […]

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