Open daily: 7 am – 11 pm
Breakfast served: 7 am – 10.30 am
All day menu served from 12 pm – 11 pm
Afternoon Tea served: 2:30 pm – 5 pm
Founded in 1989 by Jeremy Mogford, Parsonage Grill is a Cotswold-esque bolthole located within the 5-star 17th century Old Parsonage Hotel in central Oxford on Banbury Road.
Famous for its intimate, bohemian, clubby atmosphere, the Parsonage Grill and its private dining space, the ‘Pike Room’, displays a carefully curated collection of eclectic oil paintings, original stone fireplaces, leaded light windows and a Bloomsbury club ambience throughout, accompanied by a charming walled terrace.
The kitchen team takes pride in creating classic British dishes with a modern, light touch, including breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon teas.
Check out Rosie’s review of the Parsonage Grill afternoon tea on the Independent Oxford blog.
The town is essentially one big university campus. I don’t bat an eyelid now when I’m driving to work, and everybody’s walking along with their gowns and carnations on, off to their exams. But it’s magical, being immersed in these strange, age-old traditions.
– Rebecca Mofford, Director of Operations