Turl Street Kitchen is located at 16-17 Turl St, Oxford OX1 3DH, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Turl Street Kitchen and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Thuy Nguyen

4 Google Rating

Wonderful place. Love the quirky decor with large wooden dining tables and mismatched chairs. Visite

4/ 5

Wonderful place. Love the quirky decor with large wooden dining tables and mismatched chairs. Visited for lunch and managed to get a table in the restaurant without a reservation. Chose the chicken burger with chips which was good. Portion size was very big. Staff were friendly and attentive when topping up bottles of water

Cathie

5 Google Rating

Beautiful restaurant, lovely food, the best cup of loose leaf Assam tea I have ever tasted. I even g

5/ 5

Beautiful restaurant, lovely food, the best cup of loose leaf Assam tea I have ever tasted. I even got given some free to take away. Went back the same day as I was so impressed. Very friendly nice staff. Highly recommend the place!

S P

3 Google Rating

Along with some of the other reviews, lots of available tables that we weren’t allowed to sit in b

3/ 5

Along with some of the other reviews, lots of available tables that we weren’t allowed to sit in because of reservations... at 1030am? It was a Saturday so I could understand it would maybe be busy and it was fine as we had a seat in the bar section. However, were told we couldn’t have a menu to look at as they were at the bar. Staff were a bit standoffish about it. The bar was crowded with people ordering take away and we could not get to the menus to look. So we settled on tea and pastries because that’s what we knew they had. Thankfully the tea and pastries were lovely. I’d come back for those, but maybe at a less busy time.

Anna Thamm

2 Google Rating

We went there to get some coffee and a cake/pastry. The coffee took something like 15 minutes to arr

2/ 5

We went there to get some coffee and a cake/pastry. The coffee took something like 15 minutes to arrive at the table. The coffee was alright. The pastry was dry. The brownie quite nice- very sweet. Overall a bit disappointing.

cryptoref .

4 Google Rating

Nice place. My pork belly was fantastic. Perfectly cooked with a great mash underneath. Wife had the

4/ 5

Nice place. My pork belly was fantastic. Perfectly cooked with a great mash underneath. Wife had the fish and chips. She liked it but I was not a fan. Very different coating than I’m used to. Fish cooked correctly so it is just a taste preference for me. Staff friendly and very helpful from behind the bar.

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  • Saturday08:00 AM - 04:00 PM

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