is a culturally diverse city and so, naturally, has a
culturally diverse cuisine. So if you’re tired of
the same boring pizza and chips and want to try some mouth-watering
food from the four corners of the globe, this is the place
to do so.
Start your journey into the unknown at Bandung [map], which offers Indonesian and Malaysian cuisine from across South East Asia. It’s also a pretty
cheap restaurant and friendly staff are on hand to advise
you on which dishes would best suit your tastes.
For the delicate flavours of Thai food head to Chiang
Mai [map], which offers the beautiful taste one
has come to expect from this kind of cuisine. With plenty
for vegetarians on the extensive menu, the chef
will cook the food to your specific requirements so you
don’t have to worry whether the green curry is hotter
than the red.
One of the most talked about restaurants in Oxford is Edamame [map] on Holywell Street. This Japanese
restaurant offers canteen-style dining and a very
authentic experience which is perfect for those in a sociable
mood. It’s a great place to eat out and a great
way to try a variety of Japanese dishes.
If you’re looking for a venue that offers large
portions and a fun atmosphere head to Maxwell’s [map] on Queen Street, which is a Tex-Mex restaurant offering great value for money and a real party atmosphere.
The menu is large and inviting and there’s also
some great cocktails to be had.
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