Indian food is one of the most popular foods in Oxford and there are planty of Indian restaurants and takeaways, with a large number found in the Cowley Road area of Oxford. Below is a list of some of the most popular curry houses with their contact and booking details.
Chutney's As with any English cities these days Oxford is blessed with a large number of Indian restaurants in and around the centre. Also in common with most English cities they are almost indistinguishable from each other in terms of food decor and ambience. Which is why we have selected Chutney s. The menu is familiar but the food is refreshingly different and there are lots of genuinely tasty vegetarian options. There is also an all-you-can-eat lunchtime buffet.
Almaza Restaurant Almaza was established in 2006 with a new concept of Lebanese and Indian Food at Oxford.
Aziz Established in 1990 The Aziz Resturant one of Oxfords best eateries. Located in the heart of East Oxford Aziz is perfectly located in the ever evolving Cowley Road.
Bilash Restaurant The Bilash in Botley is a well kept secret; Its set in a spacious & modern air conditioned venue, yet service is old fashioned with helpful well dressed waiters and pressed linen table cloths. The food here is fresh, of good quality and well presented.
Bombay Established since 1955, The Bombay, serves a good choice of Indian dishes. The restaurant was voted Best Jericho Indian Restaurant and it differs from most with a BYO (Bring Your Own) policy for alcohol, helping to keep the cost of your meal down.
Dil Dunia Long time Oxford residents will remember Di Dunia, one of Oxfords original Indian restaurants opened in 1956. After a gap of a few years Dil Dunia has moved from its former site in Welton street to 209 Cowley road. The three sons of the previous proprietor are dedicated to maintaining the high standards and illustrations reputation of the Dil Dunia enterprise. Well worth a visit!
Mirch Masala Cheap and cheerful Indian restaurant on the Cowley Road. Mirch Masala Restaurant serves Indian food and authentic specialitiy dishes. It has an excellent reputation.
Saffron Situated in the north Oxford suburb of Summertown, Saffron is an underrated eaterie offering Indian food. The restaurant also has a solid reputation among vegans. Design-wise Saffron is bright and brezzy with a layout that lends itself to intimate meals and group outings. The service is speedy without being oppressive - always a plus point. As for the food, the chargrilled salmon is a feisty starter, as is the crab. For mains, youd stuggle to choose anything substandard from the Saffron Specials menu.
Spice Lounge Located in the trendy neighbourhood of Summertown, Oxford, with easy parking nearby, the Spice Lounges emphasis is on organic and creative food. Ethnic recipes are used to provide a diverse, unusual menu, while focusing on healthy eating.
Oxford Literary Festival
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Annual Easter Egg Challenge at Blenheim Palace, including face painting and family fun.
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