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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GAIL’s Bakery

When you’re in the mood to… get away from it all Recently opened on Little Clarendon Street, GAIL’s is the perfect place to stop and take a breather. Weekend coffee trips can too often be cramped and crowded experiences, but due to the Easter holidays the café was surprisingly spacious and relaxed, with plenty of seats […]

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George Street Social

Situated on George Street funnily enough: on one of Oxford’s prime eating streets, both a blessing and a curse, George Street Social has become the queen of revamps and redecoration projects. We went along to see if its latest reincarnation was worth sidestepping the copious other cafes and eateries vying for our attention. It was […]

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