Ben’s Cookies located at 108-109 Covered Market, Oxford OX1 3DZ, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 247407

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Sally Munden

5 Google Rating

It was wonderful to visit the covered market yesterday and to discover my childhood favorite - Ben's

5/ 5

It was wonderful to visit the covered market yesterday and to discover my childhood favorite - Ben's Cookies are still there. I had the best cookie in recent memory. I chose a dark chocolate chip one. It had an oozing crater of dark chocolate in the middle. It was glorious! Also it was nice to see the expansion of filling options. I really wanted to try them all but I'm trying to lose weight!

a ch

5 Google Rating

Best cookies ever! Very addictive, and terrible for the waistline. If you need to keep them for a d

5/ 5

Best cookies ever! Very addictive, and terrible for the waistline. If you need to keep them for a day or so, triple chocolate is the flavour keeps best, assuming you can hold off that long! They're all great - down to your individual taste. Watch out for the special tins sometimes available of the previous day's cookies - those are great value.

Abby Chase

5 Google Rating

The most delicious cookies in town!! HIGHLY recommend, can get individual cookies or sets. Very rich

5/ 5

The most delicious cookies in town!! HIGHLY recommend, can get individual cookies or sets. Very rich though, so start with one!

Fred TwoSpuds

5 Google Rating

The cookies are thick, soft, and delicious. They were out of a few flavors by the end of the day so

5/ 5

The cookies are thick, soft, and delicious. They were out of a few flavors by the end of the day so advice is to get there earlier, buy the tin to keep them for longer.

zivia McCusker

5 Google Rating

Love these cookies!!! Much better value than other sweet treat places as you get quite a hefty cooki

5/ 5

Love these cookies!!! Much better value than other sweet treat places as you get quite a hefty cookie for your money!

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