Reviews on Middle Eastern food in Oxford, England, United Kingdom. In the "city of dreaming spires," academia takes center stage. Gaze out at Oxford's world-famous university from the top of Carfax Tower before heading into the city's pedestrian-friendly streets. Follow your nose to the Covered Market for the makings of a picnic to enjoy at Headington Hill Park. Mix the historic and modern with visits to the 12th-century village church of Iffley and trendy Cowley's ethnic shops and music venues.
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4 based on 324 reviews
The food at Comptoir is fresh, healthy, honest and affordable. Comptoir wakes up early to provide customers with unique Lebanese breakfasts to eat in or take away; offering everything from organic yoghurt topped with pomegranate and orange blossom water,
Arrived early for lunch on Saturday and got a table with no issues although within an hour it was nearly full. Really friendly service, food came quickly and it was all really fresh and so tasty. My only issue was that the salad came with a very very lemony dressing which isnât my thing but then my wife loved it.Great house wine as well. My family had been before and loved it and they said it was as good second time round and Iâll certainly be coming back
4 based on 120 reviews
A night out is incomplete without Hassan's - Oxford's absolute best chippy and kebab truck. A wide variety of sauces, which can be rather confusing when you're drunk, but delicious nonetheless. Would personally recommend the chips with cheese with ketchup, a bit of hot sauce, and garlic mayo - stellar combination, sober or drunk! What's more Mr. Hassan & co have always got me smiling, and the queue is a great place for drunk bants.
5 based on 87 reviews
Najar's Place is a kiosk in Oxford city centre. It is exclusively a take-away place.It is always immaculate and the people working there are friendly, helpful and cheerful. If you never had a middle-eastern wrap, they will certainly have suggestions for you. I love their lamb (in different guises) and everything is fresh and crisp.We have been going to Najar's Place to buy our lunch from our University Department for a very long time. We buy their wraps at least once, more often twice, a week, whatever the weather.We love their wraps: they really do fill them up, and all with high qualty ingredients. We take them with us to our Department or outside in the sun (I am talking hypothetically here: sun in Oxford?). We believe that given the quality it offers very good value.If you want good lunch food, go there. If you are peckish in the afternoon, go there. We have found it consistently excellent.Their wraps are very seriously tasty!
4 based on 357 reviews
Oxford's Grill Restaurant reflects the abundance and fertility of the Mediterranean region in its character and has thoroughly acquired its outstanding flavours. It is a stylish brasserie restaurant providing comfortable dining in authentic and intimate s
My husband and I were in Oxford and wanted some nice food. We came across the Oxford Grill - what a beautiful hidden gem this place is. The food was fabulous. We had the set menu (there were loads of choices). However we were also given some very tasty humous and bread before our ordered food arrived - it was just lovely. The waiter was a smashing bloke with a great sense of humour and so was another chap dining in the restaurant who we got chatting to who we think was a regular. If you don't go to this restaurant it will be your loss. Thanks for a lovely meal x
5 based on 205 reviews
Arabic Bakery & cafe providing freshly baked food and handmade sweets. Freshly prepared flatbread and main courses from the middle eastâ on the spot.
I absolutely love coming here for brunch. Above all the shakshuka (v) is exquisite: three baked eggs with yolk somehow still runny, in a rich, spicy (but not hot) sauce that definitely cannot be replicated elsewhere. You also get a handsome, freshly-baked flatbread to go with it, pickles, and a small glass of tea.I had that and an Arabic coffee, which came up to Â£9.99 in total. This is worth the minor trek from the city centre! I think about their food a lot.We couldn't resist taking home some of their baklava/sweets, which were similarly amazing. Their Makloubeh (upside-down lamb) is melt-in-the-mouth, flavourful, and a real treat.Generally, service has always been wonderful, with a good variety of veggie options.
5 based on 746 reviews
Discover the exciting authentic taste of Antep Kitchen, celebrating Turkish food. Our open plan kitchen will let you watch our master chefs work with skill and passion.
in Comparison to the alternative competition on Cowley road, antep are incomparable, the coals release an authentic flavour of Middle Eastern cuisine, other âkebabâ houses shave a corkscrew where Antep are playing with FIRE. The coals put the workers through their paces and release the full flavour which makes each penny worth while. Their status isnât for no sweat, Try Antep
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