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European
3 reviews
Le Manoir was opened in 1984 by Chef Raymond Blanc, whose culinary talents have earned the hotel's restaurant two Michelin stars. — Fodor's
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European
4 reviews
Raymond Blanc's sophisticated brasserie in the Jericho neighborhood is the more affordable chain restaurant cousin of Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons in Great Milton. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
5 reviews
Set in a Victorian conservatory, this top-notch restaurant is popular with the visiting parents of university students. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
3 reviews
This lovely little restaurant is set off the beaten track, in an up-and-coming residential area. — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Smart, established neighbourhood restaurant serving well-priced, tasty Middle Eastern food. — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
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Cafe
2 reviews
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British
2 reviews
Jericho has always been an interesting neighbourhood, inspiring poets (Betjeman), artists (the Pre-Raphaelites) and writers (Philip Pullman). — Afar Magazine
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Pizza
2 reviews
Professionally run by three old school friends; a friendly, shabby-chic pub in a residential area, with a cosy bar, a conservatory and a large room filled with wooden pews. — Michelin Guide
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British
2 reviews
There’s a whiff of decayed elegance about the whole place but compared to the sleek and groomed contemporary style of so many hotels, the Randolph is curiously refreshing. — Afar Magazine
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Italian
2 reviews
Modern menus offer a mix of Italian and European dishes, along with twice-daily blackboard specials. — Michelin Guide
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Cafe
2 reviews
This museum piece of a cafe done up in the Regency style – it’s really more Brighton than Oxford – is on the site of England’s first coffee house (1650), with great cream teas in the afternoon. — Lonely Planet
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European
2 reviews
Great for a family occasion, or to treat a loved one. — Condé Nast Traveler
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British
2 reviews
Buzzy battleship-grey pub boasting quirky old standard lamps, an eclectic collection of 1920s posters, board games and a bar billiards table. — Michelin Guide
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European
2 reviews
— Afar Magazine
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British
2 reviews
7
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British
2 reviews
7
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
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