The Rose Oxford located at 51 High St, Oxford OX1 4AS, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 244429

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Josie Hipkind

3 Google Rating

Very mixed bag. Tea and scones were lovely but when asking for a takeaway box for my left over scone

3/ 5

Very mixed bag. Tea and scones were lovely but when asking for a takeaway box for my left over scone with cream as I couldn't eat both it was squashed into tinfoil with no cream as was the chocolate cake. The lady serving in there was pleasant and welcoming however the gentleman was cold/ borderline rude. I tried to ask him for a box as he was clearing the table but he was clearly preoccupied.

Adam Steinbeck

5 Google Rating

The cream tea is amazing and isn't time restricted like it used to be! Warm and well staffed tea ho

5/ 5

The cream tea is amazing and isn't time restricted like it used to be! Warm and well staffed tea house very used to tourists. Not a huge place and don't take reservations so worth checking in a little earlier for space.

Kaleb Ells

4 Google Rating

Great selection on the menu with great quality food - the salad I had was fantastic, with a lovely d

4/ 5

Great selection on the menu with great quality food - the salad I had was fantastic, with a lovely dressing and generous helpings of veg. Service was reasonably prompt and very polite. The central Oxford location is fantastic, making this a great café to go to if you're visiting the city.

Alejandro Bonilla Gil

5 Google Rating

We went for a breakfast. The food was spectacular and the price is very good for tthequality that th

5/ 5

We went for a breakfast. The food was spectacular and the price is very good for tthequality that they offer. The service was very good and very fast. We will come back for sure!

Chaitanya C H

5 Google Rating

Perhaps the best in Central Oxford. Very good service and excellent food. I had the rose breakfast o

5/ 5

Perhaps the best in Central Oxford. Very good service and excellent food. I had the rose breakfast option, on a different occasion the soup of the day and the mushroom risotto.

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