Overlooking the river and picturesque grounds, our Oxford restaurant is the perfect place to sample delicious à la carte dining in a sublime setting. The wide and varied menu offers the best of classic and contemporary cuisine, all freshly prepared by our expert chefs. Dinner and Sunday lunch can all be enjoyed in the River Room Restaurant.
With its original beams, high ceiling and alluring fireplace, the baronial bar and lounge area provides a remarkable setting for a relaxing drink or a light meal in Oxford. The gallery, which overlooks the lounge and is interwoven with original beams, provides a cosy space for a private drink and can also be used as a semi-private dining area for up to 23 people.
Adjacent to our popular River Room Restaurant, The Conservatory is a multi-functional, bright and airy dining facility, which can accommodate up to 90 people, for breakfast, morning coffee, casual lunches, afternoon teas and dinner. When combined with the Little Barn, River Room Restaurant, Oxford Suite and Eights Bar, it can support larger events and occasions of up to 350 people for private events.
We have a number of rooms that are suitable for private dining in Oxford. With its sense of history and beautiful original features, Oxford Thames Hotel makes a stunning backdrop for any occasion. Our talented chefs have plenty of experience of catering for groups, so whether you are looking for somewhere for a small family get together, a special occasion or a grand banquet, we have the setting and culinary experience to make it one to remember. For bookings or more information call 01865 334444
Romance your other half this Valentine weekend by treating them to a four-course candlelit dinner with a rose and chocolate in the River Room Restaurant at £35 per person. This beautiful AA rosette restaurant, overlooking the hotel’s stunning parkland setting and leading down to the River Thames is an ideal spot for a romantic meal. Download Valentines Menu 2016 PDF - to book call 01865 334444.
There is no more quintessential English ritual than the ceremony and serving of Afternoon Tea.
It is believed that credit for the custom of the Afternoon Tea goes to Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford in the early 19th century. The usual habit of serving dinner as late as 9pm left the Duchess hungry in the late afternoon. To stave off the hunger, she would order tea, bread and butter and cakes to be served in her room. This was thought to be an excellent idea and the habit caught on and the afternoon tea was born
A selection of finger sandwiches to include ham, smoked salmon, egg and cress, a fruit scone with jam and clotted cream, chef ’s choice of dessert/cake served with tea or coffee. £14.00 per person
A fruit scone with jam and fresh clotted cream, served with tea or coffee. £7.95
The quintessentially English tradition of Afternoon Tea can be enjoyed in The Conservatory or the Lounge Bar daily from 2.00pm to 5.00pm.
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