Queen’s Lane Coffee House located at 40 High St, Oxford OX1 4AP, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 240082

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Queen’s Lane Coffee House oxford
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Queen’s Lane Coffee House oxford
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Queen’s Lane Coffee House oxford
Queen’s Lane Coffee House oxford
Queen’s Lane Coffee House oxford
Queen’s Lane Coffee House oxford

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Nini D

5 Google Rating

It was a busy lunch time and it’s pretty crammed so quite noisy, but it seemed to just add to the

5/ 5

It was a busy lunch time and it’s pretty crammed so quite noisy, but it seemed to just add to the atmosphere. We enjoyed beautifully cooked (very large) baked potatoes, which came with a nicely dressed side salad and coleslaw, and although tuna mayo wasn’t on the menu they were happy to oblige. It was a good meal in a nice setting at a reasonable price (£6.95). The only shame was that the generous portion left no room for any of the beautiful cake on offer! I’d be more than happy to go back there and on my next visit to Oxford I shall definitely be stopping by again.

Robert Matthews

5 Google Rating

I stop off here first thing on my way into work. Cheery staff, great tea, a couple of broadsheet pap

5/ 5

I stop off here first thing on my way into work. Cheery staff, great tea, a couple of broadsheet papers to read. Just an all-round great way to start the day.

Rebecca Peters

2 Google Rating

I wish we had a better experience here but the service was so slow, we waited over 20 minutes before

2/ 5

I wish we had a better experience here but the service was so slow, we waited over 20 minutes before someone took our order, then 2 orders had to be changed because of errors, and at the end of a generally disappointing meal, were told they only take cash... there are many better places to eat with nicer food & better service on High Street.

Aditya Goel

5 Google Rating

Great place! Value for money. Great food. And a really nice vibe.

5/ 5

Great place! Value for money. Great food. And a really nice vibe.

Louise Marie Willsmore

3 Google Rating

The place might be historic, but the coffee and service won't go down in history.

3/ 5

The place might be historic, but the coffee and service won't go down in history.

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