Traditional pub - very long and narrow which can make it a bit congested when people are queuing at the bar. We signed up on the website and got a code for 25% off food which made it really good value. Food was served quickly...More
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Busy historic pub, conveniently located near the center of Oxford. Order at the bar and friendly staff brings your meal. Meat pies and burgers were hot and tasty. Dessert was delicious too. Wide range of beers and ales.
Every September, after The Tolkien Society finish their annual Oxonmoot, some of us meet up for a meal together. The food is always great, the staff are always pleasent..... and you can see where Tolkien, C.S Lewis and The Inklings sat creating worlds.
A terrific venue to stop in and enjoy a pint and a good meal. The fish and chips are quite nice and the staff was very friendly. Recommend asking for a pint of their best to go with your meal. Also if you are a...More
My husband and I visited on a Sunday afternoon - lovely lunch. Enjoyed a pint and a warm meal, roasted veggies with chicken, etc. We wanted to see where some of our favorite authors (C.S. Lewis especially) enjoyed a drink and talked about God's grace...More
Nice pub! After our walking tour, our guide gave us 45 minutes to wander on our own. I wanted to sit & was told to check out a pub called The Eagle and Child, which was built in 1640, and lays claim to a number...More
Did not eat here.Read on to see why. The Hobgoblin Gold draught beer was cloudy and off, really badly rotten. The service was grudging, and unbelievably slow. Members of staff refused to help in the bar, and the pub was just a lousy tourist trap,...More