5 Brilliant Brunches in Oxford

Combibo’s Coffee, Gloucester Green

Gloucester Green is hidden away at the back of Oxford’s bus station but actually has a cluster of cool eateries and the family owned cafe, Combibo’s Coffee is well worth a look. Their extensive brunch menu will have give you some serious decisions to make on what you should eat!

The Handlebar Cafe and Kitchen

Formerly Zappi’s which was famous for exeptional coffee and banana bread the Handlebar has become an eatery with a chilled vibe and some exceptional food options. You will find it on the second floor of Bikezone usually pretty full and serving amazing brunch dishes like the below as well as lunch, dinner and drinks with a changing menu in an awesome setting.

Jacobs Inn, Wolvercote

Part of the House of Jacob brand, this pub in Wolvercote is a venue suitable for brunch, lunch and dinner but how can you ignore the kind of breakfast treat below? Don’t ignore their other venues too; Jacobs & Field and Jacobs Chop House, both in Headington and both serving up great brunch dishes. However, if the below doesn’t grab you then you could always try their signature “Jacobs” breakfast.

GAF, Magdalen Road

Formerly Oxfork, these guys are serving up awesome food amongst other treats. This area of Oxford, just off the Cowley Road,  is a foodie haven with Oli’s Thai, The Magdalen Arms and The Rusty Bycycle just a stonesthrow away, you could spend an amazing day sampling awesome food in just this area! However if breakfast is your aim then make sure you check out GAF.

The Milk Shed, Weston on the Green

Serving up culinary treats, this venue is based on a farm, slightly outside of Oxford in Weston on the Green. All food is made on site daily and they use as many local ingredients as possible. It’s well worth making the effort to visit with dishes like this on the menu:

#regram from @sarahvic_1 ~ best breakfast I've ever had! 😍 ~ now there's a compliment!!!! #customergram #themilkshed

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