“Civilised and friendly stripped-stone pub with enjoyable food and good wine choice.” by The Good Pub Guide
As one ‘Sustainable Food’ report noted, Seasonal food can offer better taste and be more affordable, while local food can provide freshness, reduce food miles, offer benefits to local farmers and communities and help reconnect consumers with where their food comes from. Local foods support your local economy: every pound spent generates twice as much income for the local economy.
85% of the ingredients we use are local produce, a further 12% are from rest of the UK and 3% are from other European countries.
Here is our UK and local produce list:
Salad (spinach, lettuce and rocket) from our Kitchen Garden – 0.004 miles
Herbs (mint, parsley, chive, coriander, dill, rosemary, bay leaf, thyme and sage) from our Kitchen Garden -– 0.004 miles
Rhubarb from our Kitchen Garden – 0.004 miles
Strawberries and other berries (raspberry, black currant, red currant and gooseberry) from our Kitchen Garden – 0.004 miles
Apples for chutney from Kirlington villagers – 0.6 miles
Fruits (plums, pears) and vegetables (marrow, courgette, pumpkin) from Kirtlington villagers – 0.6 miles
Venison from Blenheim Estate, Woodstock – 5 miles
Longhorn beef from Rousham Estate – 5.3 miles
Bread from Bicester – 7 miles
Cooking oil from Oxford – 11 miles
Organic sweet corn from Oxford – 11 miles
Beef and lamb from Witney – 11.9 miles
Pork pie from Chipping Norton – 13.8 miles
Vegetables and fruits from Aylesbury – 23 miles
Pigeon from Kelmscott – 25 miles
Pork from Kelmscott – 25 miles
Applewood smoked ham from Kelmscott – 25 miles
St Bartholomew cheese from Nettlebed – 33 miles
Eggs from Beechwood Poultry Farm in Thatcham – 33.1 miles
Courgette flowers and globe artichokes from Evesham – 37.8 miles
Label Anglais chicken from Pheasant Oak Farm in Coventry – 47.1 miles
Smoked salmon from Chaxhill – 60 miles
Asparagus from Wye Valley – 68 miles
Milk and cream from Wells Fresh Farm in Stafford – 90.9 miles
Heirloom tomatoes from Isle of Wight – 108 miles
Ice creams and sorbets from Dorset – 120 miles
Baron Bigod cheese from Fen Farm Dairy – 139 miles
Butter from Preston – 171 miles
Wild sea basses, scallops and whole crabs from our fisherman Mark from Salcombe – 196 miles
Blue Perl Las cheese from West Wales – 202 miles
Duck from Gressingham – 203 miles
Loch Duart salmon from Scotland – 458 miles
We are now in partnership with Eat Seasonably, UK: http://eatseasonably.co.uk/what-to-eat-now/
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)
Lunch (12 noon to 2:30 pm)
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:
Closed from Monday, 3rd December until Friday, 7th December lunch time. We'll reopen for dinner on Friday, 7th December.
NB! The Oxford Arms is suitable for over 12 y.o. only.
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.
The Oxford Arms
Phone : +44(0)1869 350208
Email : email@example.com
Web : www.oxford-arms.co.uk
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