The Perch is located at Binsey Ln, Binsey, Oxford OX2 0NG, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Perch and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Brian Peart

5 Google Rating

On a wet and windy Saturday afternoon, we have just had an excellent family lunch. The menu is varie

5/ 5

On a wet and windy Saturday afternoon, we have just had an excellent family lunch. The menu is varied and accommodating, including vegan and vegetarian options and there is plenty of choice. It is absolutely delicious. The staff are friendly and helpful, we all had a lovely meal. I recommend it!

Della Moorhouse

4 Google Rating

Great pub. Good atmosphere. It was mega busy but they are running a smooth operation! Chunky price p

4/ 5

Great pub. Good atmosphere. It was mega busy but they are running a smooth operation! Chunky price point but lovely food

C Bendall

5 Google Rating

Well worth the visit from Oxford, especially walking along the Thames path. In the summer the beer g

5/ 5

Well worth the visit from Oxford, especially walking along the Thames path. In the summer the beer garden is the place to be! Food was good, and service was excellent.

Stuart Duncan

5 Google Rating

Wow. What a lovely place. We went there for a delicious Saturday lunch. Everything from the service

5/ 5

Wow. What a lovely place. We went there for a delicious Saturday lunch. Everything from the service to the food to the wonderful surroundings was absolutely perfect! Thanks to The Perch team!

Margaret Princep

5 Google Rating

Absolutely the best mulled cider ever. Lovely place with a beautiful walk down the tow path. Nice ga

5/ 5

Absolutely the best mulled cider ever. Lovely place with a beautiful walk down the tow path. Nice garden too

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  • Saturday10:30 AM - 11:00 PM

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