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XIX-century English Pub and Eating House

“Civilised and friendly stripped-stone pub with enjoyable food and good wine choice.” by The Good Pub Guide

New Year’s Day Lunch

New Year’s Day Lunch Menu*

Tuesday,1 January, 2019

 

Cream of Jerusalem artichokes soup with white truffle oil

Grilled Mediterranean vegetable and Cerny goat’s cheese tart with mixed leaves

Posh pâté with toast and homemade chutney

Prawn and crevette classic cocktail

Oxford Arms potted shrimps with toast and mixed leaves

Local game terrine with “Made by the Chef” plum and tomato chutney and toasted sourdough

Kelmscott applewood smoked air-dried ham with sun-blushed tomatoes and toasted garlic ciabatta

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Belgian endive & walnut salad with Roquefort (starter or main)

Plate of smoked salmon with granary bread, home-pickled cucumbers and lemon (starter or main)

Salmon and prawn fishcakes with sweet chili sauce and mixed leaves (starter or main)

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Pumpkin and goats cheese tortellini with crispy sage

Wild mushrooms tagliatelle with white truffle oil

Fillet of wild Salcombe sea bass with lemon oil, green beans and new potatoes

Seared Salcombe scallops on black squid ink risotto

Roast leg of Oxfordshire lamb with French style peas and goose fat roasted potatoes

28-day aged rib-eye steak with mustard & horseradish butter and triple cooked chips

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Mixed Leaf Salad*

Vegetables of the Day*

Tomato & Onion Salad*

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Flourless chocolate and hazelnut torte with vanilla ice cream

Tiramisu

Champagne, English strawberry and passion fruit homemade sorbet (1-3 scoops)

Oxford Arms bread-and-butter pudding with cream

Cognac prunes with vanilla ice cream

A selection of award-winning Dorset ice creams and sorbets  (1-3 scoops)

Cheese plate with apple, oatcakes and “Made by the Chef” plum and tomato chutney

A selection of chocolate truffles (4 truffles)

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Any two courses for £27|| Any three courses for £31

(Minimum spend per person £27)

Courses marked with an ‘*’ are available with a £3 surcharge.

*Menus is subject to slight changes.

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Some additional information 

  • *Menu may be subject to slight changes.
  • A 10% service charge will be added to tables of six or more.
  • If someone from your party has special dietary requirements, please let us know and we’ll adapt the menu for them.
  • We kindly accept no individual payments, maximum 3 payment cards per table.

Monday - Tuesday
Lunch (12 noon to 2 pm)

Dinner (on Monday 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm; on Tuesday 6:30 pm to 8:45 pm)

Thursday - Saturday
Lunch (12 noon to 2 pm)

Dinner (6:30 pm to 8:45 pm)

Sunday
Lunch (12 noon to 2:30 pm)
Dinner closed

Closed Wednesdays, Sunday evenings, bank holiday evenings, Christmas Day evening and Boxing Day.

If you would like to book the Oxford Arms for a group of 20 or more for a private dining on a Wednesday, please give us a call to specify all the details.

Opening Hours Update: 

Christmas period opening times please see here.

Closed from Monday, 7th January until Thursday, 10th January to recharge our batteries. We'll reopen on Friday, 11th January.

NB! The Oxford Arms is suitable for over 12 y.o. only.

About

The Oxford Arms is an award-winning XIX century dining pub in Oxfordshire run by chef patron Bryn Jones since 2003.

We serve good, honest food with a minimum of fuss.

The menu changes seasonably with daily specials to use even more local produce (some of the ingredients are from our organic Kitchen Garden and Kirtlington village itself).

Our real log fire will keep you warm in winter and our beautiful garden patio will keep you cool during hot summer days.

You will be looked after from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave.

Contact

The Oxford Arms
Troy Lane
Kirtlington
OX5 3HA
Oxfordshire
UK

Phone : +44(0)1869 350208

Email : enquiries@oxford-arms.co.uk

Web : www.oxford-arms.co.uk

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