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We enjoyed a few pints and some lovely snacks.
The venue is as cute as old Oxford gets, and there was a warm welcome. Nice atmosphere of university sorts and tourists.
We shared some plates and drank good craft beer.
What’s not to like?
It isn’t the pub’s fault that it is busy with tourists as well as local clients on a Sunday lunchtime but this doesn’t help as tables rocking on the uneven floor were grubby with spilt beer, an old (presumably grubby) advert for popcorn and many...More
A poky little pub which probably trades too much off its association with Morse and the fact that it’s a bit old.
Green King St Edmunds cask ale was poorly kept and tasted awful. There are better pubs to spend your time and money in.
This is a very old pub tucked away in among the historic part of Oxford It's very atmospheric and gets incredibly busy at peak times - such a shame that it's not possible to book tables nor do they have any system for allocating tables...More
Make sure you go early to find a seat because it is very popular due to its history, lots of famous and relevant people have spent some time there and it has been standing since 12th century.
It is a "hiden" gem, I found it...More
Go here all the time and I really like the pub. Pints are fairly priced. Food always comes out the kitchen suspiciously quickly as if it's been sitting on a hot stove waiting to be served and tastes like that too. Also please take the...More
Date of visit: February 2019
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pubtraveller101, Manager at The Turf Tavern, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your feedback. We pride ourselves on being one of Oxford's most popular establishments, both in food and drink. Our chefs are highly organised and trained in offering a first class service, without keeping our customers waiting forever. This reflects in our Five...More
i have never had a sunday roast there, but I'm sure there are options, as for a childs roast , I did see children eating so I guess they must do. find there number and call to avoid possible dissapointment