Oxford’s Indies taking part in #EatOutToHelpOut
The Eat Out to Help Out Scheme has gone down a storm for many people (both businesses and punters!) and it’s great that the Government is using some funding to go a little way to building back the hospitality industry.
We therefore bring you our list of Oxford’s indies that are taking part in the scheme. Will you or have you used it to be a bit adventurous and try something new? Or will you be using it to visit your favourite place even more regularly? We’d also love to know what you think of the scheme? Has it encouraged you go eat out more? Or made no difference to your indie eating habits?
See you at an indie restaurant or cafe soon!
Treat yourself to a sophisticated dinner at Quod! This offer applies to all of their menus on these days, including their Set Lunch Menu which, during August, they’ve renamed the ‘Dishy Rishi Menu’!
The Espresso Bar on the High Street in Oxford is a great place to grab a coffee and a delicious cinnamon bun from East Oxford indie Silvie, or slice of cake from Barefoot in Jericho.
Dining in a truly unique location on the river in the heart of Oxford. The Folly strives to be a sustainable business and offer a constantly evolving seasonal menu to take advantage of the freshest local produce and to reduce ‘food miles’.
Stop at their cafe in the Covered Market (closed Mondays), or pop along to their Summertown cafe to pick up some coffee and fresh fruit and veg at their pop up farmers shop.
Restaurant, bar and gallery, the Jam Factory has become a safe haven for the food lovers and art enthusiasts of Oxford. Located just a stone’s throw from Oxford train station, bus station, city centre shops.
Great coffee (there’s always 2 espressos and 3 choices of filter on any given day) incredible loose-leaf teas, a range of cold drinks, delicious locally made cakes and pastries and home-made sandwiches. And 50% Mon-Wed!
The French word for tipsy — Pompette, a stylish charcuterie wine bar and restaurant in Summertown, Oxford. Not been before? Use #EatOutToHelpOut at the perfect excuse for date night!
A family run, friendly and unpretentious neighbourhood licensed bistro, with delicious home-made food from early ’til late – coffee, a full English breakfast, a light healthy lunch, tea and a (large!) slice of home-made cake – it’s up to you!
Treat yourself a slice of the Mediterranean (we’re not heading there any time soon!) and make a trip to the iconic, and Instagram worthy Victorian conservatory for lunch or dinner, Mon to Wed.
Have lunch or dinner at the restaurant on the banks of the river Cherwell then make your way down the river from the iconic Oxford punt station. Modern English food, with an award winning wine list and friendly attentive service.
WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?
Have you used the scheme to try new flavours? To revisit an old favourite? To go on a couple of extra date nights (or even just the first for a long time!). Let us know! Tag your indie eating adventures with #IndieOxford.