The Eagle and Child is located at 49 St Giles’, Oxford OX1 3LU, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Eagle and Child and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Jennifer Holmes

5 Google Rating

The food is excellent! We had the fantastic pork belly carvery. I think my hubby still has dreams ab

5/ 5

The food is excellent! We had the fantastic pork belly carvery. I think my hubby still has dreams about it. It was amazing! It was also great to just sit and wonder what it must have been like for Tolkien and Lewis to be there and how much of it might have changed or stayed the same. A proper little English pub and a must see spot in Oxford!

Bakeel Obyan

5 Google Rating

Historic Oxford pub that unfortunately has lost much of its charm, becoming a carbon copy Nicholson'

5/ 5

Historic Oxford pub that unfortunately has lost much of its charm, becoming a carbon copy Nicholson's with a few plaques about the Inklings and a weak selection of beers. Far better option is the Lamb and Flag just across the road. Not only is it the pub that Tolkien and Lewis met in originally (before they changed the wallpaper) but profits from drinks fund student scholarships!

Aidan Balfe

3 Google Rating

Historic Oxford pub that unfortunately has lost much of its charm, becoming a carbon copy Nicholson'

3/ 5

Historic Oxford pub that unfortunately has lost much of its charm, becoming a carbon copy Nicholson's with a few plaques about the Inklings and a weak selection of beers. Far better option is the Lamb and Flag just across the road. Not only is it the pub that Tolkien and Lewis met in originally (before they changed the wallpaper) but profits from drinks fund student scholarships!

Family Fan

3 Google Rating

The beer is good and options for drinks are generally pretty good. The food was better than expecte

3/ 5

The beer is good and options for drinks are generally pretty good. The food was better than expected. The chicken pot pie was alright though the crust was thicker than I typically like. But especially the Mac and cheese, it was very nice. The fish and chips were pretty good and chips were well done. My biggest problem here is that it’s grossly under staffed so when it’s busy, it’s a bit of a mess. The history of people that have attended the bar like CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien is pretty cool.

AJ Park

5 Google Rating

My local friend was adamant that I don't leave Oxford without at least coming inside this very famou

5/ 5

My local friend was adamant that I don't leave Oxford without at least coming inside this very famous pub. Everyone knows you're here because it's famous so don't have high expectations for the food or the service. It just feels old and is very cozy so you will definitely get the optimal old Oxford pub experience. Also, I don't know who needs to hear this right but just sitting in the same pub as Tolkien and Lewis won't make you a better writer. You know in your heart you just need to practice.

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