Rick’s Diner located at 88-90 Cowley Rd, Oxford OX4 1JB, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 427845

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Vanessa King

5 Google Rating

Love this cafe! The people who work here are amazing--beyond customer service, they are really nice,

5/ 5

Love this cafe! The people who work here are amazing--beyond customer service, they are really nice, friendly people. The food is delicious and the space has a mellow but lively energy with an open, airy feel. It's a perfect spot for writing or meeting friends for coffee or lunch.

La Vegan María

2 Google Rating

... Food is more 4/10. For the price you would expect more quality. 7/8 quid for a breakfast consist

2/ 5

... Food is more 4/10. For the price you would expect more quality. 7/8 quid for a breakfast consisting of super greasy fried hash brown and cheap white bread slice just isn't good enough. Coffee wasn't great either, served in a dirty cup and saucer, off putting. Table was clearly dirty but despite that wasn't given a wipe down before giving us a pot of not so clean cutlery. One previous review hit the hammer on the head "eating here felt really disgusting" Staff seem nice but the biggest issue is the hygiene. WHY IS NO ONE TALKING ABOUT THE HYGIENE! Lots of dust, hair and bits of food dotted around is unsettling. Shame really... Best of luck.

Dan Bryant

5 Google Rating

I love this place, they do a really good full english breakfast and my girlfriend really likes the p

5/ 5

I love this place, they do a really good full english breakfast and my girlfriend really likes the pancakes. They've recently renovated and it looks better than even.

Rayan Rachedi

5 Google Rating

The food is always fantastic — whether it's for breakfast in the morning or cake and tea in the af

5/ 5

The food is always fantastic — whether it's for breakfast in the morning or cake and tea in the afternoon. I always get surprised by the variety of cakes on offer and can never resist! The mood inside is great and the staff is absolutely legendary: we need more places like Rick's in our lives! A special thank for the Northern-American sociology student whose name I missed and who was literally the best waitress/human being we've ever had in our lives — come for the food, stay for the nice chat! :)

John Kelly

2 Google Rating

I'd been to Rick's a good few times before my last visit and had always really enjoyed the food. Thi

2/ 5

I'd been to Rick's a good few times before my last visit and had always really enjoyed the food. This time, however, following an apparent rebranding as a more upmarket cafe, I found that the hot sandwich I ordered was perfectly well toasted on the outside but unfortunately it was largely cold on the inside. The ingredients seemed like they would have been delicious had they been heated up properly. Felt like a bit of a let down after paying a fiver for the sandwich.

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  • Sunday08:30 AM - 10:00 PM
  • Monday08:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Tuesday08:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Wednesday08:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Thursday08:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Friday08:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Saturday08:30 AM - 10:00 PM

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