There are quite a few French restaurants in Oxford to choose from to suit all budgets. Please see out selected list below:
Brasserie Blanc Brasserie Blanc, formerly known as Le Petit Blanc, offers some of the best and most authentic French cuisine in Oxford. The restaurant is part of a chain with a total of 6 locations at present, soon to expand to 8.
Cafe Noir Cafe Noir is a place where you can have a cup of coffee and watch the world go by. With its excellent cuisine and extensive wine menu cafe noir is an ideal place to eat, drink and relax in an informal Parisian atmosphere.
Cafe Rouge Cafe Rouge is a chain of brasserie style restaurants serving French cuisine for the English. They are also ideal places to stop for a coffee or a glass of wine for those wanting a braak from an exhaustive shopping spree.
Chez Gaston Chez Gaston is a fairly unique restaurant, basing much of its menu around crepes - including the main courses. Certainly worth a visit!
Combibos Coffee Family run cafe with wifi access, customer loyalty voucher schemes and 10% student discount, serving drinks sourced from fair trade, ethical and family owned businesses.
Maison Blanc Patisserie For over 25 years, Maison Blanc has been renowned for the quality of its products & service. Situated above the original bakery site, the shops contemporary tea room seats 20.
Le Manoir Aux Quat' Saisons The modern French menu at the two-Michelin starred Le Manoir aux Quat Saisons has been described as a twist of imaginative genius and the cuisine is undoubtedly the focus of every guests visit. Gary Jones, a Blanc prot?g? and Michelin starred chef himself, rejoined forces with Raymond as Executive Head Chef in August 1999. Bring a thick wallet.
Pierre Victoire French chain restaurant bistrot Pierre Victoire serves delicious French cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Trendy eatery in keeping with its surroundings in Oxford.
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