Prezzo Italian Restaurant Oxford is located at 2 Oxford Castle, New Rd, Oxford OX1 1AZ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Prezzo Italian Restaurant Oxford and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Mark Ochi

3 Google Rating

Service was slow, but understandable when only 1 waitress was doing everything, food was great, can

3/ 5

Service was slow, but understandable when only 1 waitress was doing everything, food was great, can’t complain

Kate Randall

5 Google Rating

Wonderful location by the castle in the old prison yard. At the time we visited the lovely wisteria

5/ 5

Wonderful location by the castle in the old prison yard. At the time we visited the lovely wisteria was in flower spreading blossom and beautiful scent for the outside tables. It was a warm May evening, just the perfect setting for some alfresco dining. The food, wine and service were good so we had a very special meal which will remain as a lovely memory for a long time. Thank you for giving us a special memory of our wonderful visit to Oxford.

alexemarius .

2 Google Rating

Food was undercooked, hit and miss at best, no flavouring whatsoever, would avoid this place...

2/ 5

Food was undercooked, hit and miss at best, no flavouring whatsoever, would avoid this place...

Nigel Harris

5 Google Rating

Been here before when in Oxford, Really great restaurant with really nice food.

5/ 5

Been here before when in Oxford, Really great restaurant with really nice food.

Kieran Mace

2 Google Rating

We had a very mixed time at our meal. The food was mostly okay and the server was really nice, sadly

2/ 5

We had a very mixed time at our meal. The food was mostly okay and the server was really nice, sadly that was marred by a lot of issues. The food was luke warm and a little bit bland, the manager was conducting a staff review loudly with one of the chefs in the middle of the restaurant - which the review sounded like they were being pretty rude to the chef as we could see the chefs visible frustration and embarrassment which killed the mood, and the toilets stank like a medieval swamp. It’s a shame as we rarely have days off to do nice things, we read the Google reviews for this place which we’re saying this place was great and we felt like it was a waste of time.

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  • Friday11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Saturday11:30 AM - 11:00 PM

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