Very nice. Staff is friendly. Jacket potato with chicken curry was excellent ! Definitely gonna come back.
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I’ve been here several times, and the place is a good cafe, if you fancy a coffee or hot chocolate, but I’d recommend steering clear of the savoury food. The lasagna and chilli con carne taste microwaved and flavourless (given the prices) and the side...More
Food was nice, tea was as one would expect, staff friendly, however the mug which was served to my sister was very unhygienic looking all round the rim of the mug, she returned it to them in exchanged for another, which was fine and the...More
A good sized breakfast. Toast could be better ( seemed very cheap). Place is filthy though. Splatters all over the walls, dirty tables and floor. I wouldn’t return as it makes you wonder what the kitchen is like. Staff were friendly. Has vegan options
There's plenty of places to eat around Oxford - but it's always good to search out independent places. Greens is just that - decent coffee, good range of food to eat in or take out. Next to the Eagle & Child on St Giles.
The settings are great in the centre of Oxford and the building is very interesting, but that is where the positive experience ended. The food was stale. Both the bagel and the cake tasted like leftovers from at least a day, possibly longer ago. The...More
Greene's is in the centre of Oxford in a very convenient location. The coffee and tea is good quality, service is friendly, and they have a nice range of sweets and sandwiches. The sandwiches are in general very good. Probably due to its location it...More
After not being able to get any gluten free food at the cafe in the Ashmolean Museum we came here. Lots of gluten free options and very good coffee.
Small self-catering cafe with really tasty glutenfree cakes. I would really recommend the place for it's cake and nice juices. But, only for take-out. The sitting area wasn't that great.. really quite unclean, with sticky seats. Such a shame.
I recommend this place - self-service, brisk and busy, but full of atmosphere. One chooses and pays at the entrance, whilst the seating areas are small interconnected rooms on the first floor, reached via a small wooden staircase. Wide choice of sandwiches and other light...More