The Ashmolean Cafe located at Beaumont St, Oxford OX1 2PH, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 278000

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Isaac Hastings

1 Google Rating

The only thing this cafe has going for it is that it is in the Ashmolean. If this was a stand alone

1/ 5

The only thing this cafe has going for it is that it is in the Ashmolean. If this was a stand alone cafe I very much doubt it would still be open. The staff here seem a combination of demotivated and aloof. Coffee is not that great and I have tried much better cakes elsewhere in Oxford. And then you factor in the price and it feels like you've been kicked in the teeth. This is a total tourist trap. If you are after a coffee or a bite to eat and you have the time then there are too many good places on the door step of the museum where you will get much better value for money.

S. Maresch

5 Google Rating

Lovely afternoon tea service. Pleasant weather and nice view!

5/ 5

Lovely afternoon tea service. Pleasant weather and nice view!

Silly Coral

5 Google Rating

Selection of tasty cakes and decent ambience. Does tend to give an impression of being a bit busy h

5/ 5

Selection of tasty cakes and decent ambience. Does tend to give an impression of being a bit busy here when you first enter the space but once you sit down; you tend to have your own privacy and the acoustics work well. Just don't sit close to the refrigerators - they tend to be loud. Free public wireless and the Museum shop next door - you can also find mobile charging points (not free) in the same area. All in all; a good time to spend your time in the centre of Oxford. Prices are subjective.

Timothy Webb

1 Google Rating

Paid a vist to the museum today 01.09.18 Thought i'd start with a pot of tea in the cafe down stairs

1/ 5

Paid a vist to the museum today 01.09.18 Thought i'd start with a pot of tea in the cafe down stairs.the cost was £2.40 this folks is hot water and a teabag. No air conditioning in the cafe so like a sauna All in all not great.

Zaire Grimes

5 Google Rating

The food was excellent !!!Great

5/ 5

The food was excellent !!!Great

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