Hotel Restaurant Oxford
Accessed from the High Street and through a glass lobby, Quod brasserie with its terrace and bar, forms the hub of the Old Bank Hotel. Formerly a banking hall it was transformed by owner Jeremy Mogford to become Oxfords largest and most successful restaurant. Stylish, contemporary design describes the space which houses an amazing collection of young British art. Sandra Blow, Craigie Aitchinson and Gary Hume adorn the walls. There is a spectacular heated terrace where diners can enjoy a morning coffee, the superb value 2 course lunch or a cocktail. There is live jazz every Sunday and Quod restaurant offers the rare luxury of a restaurant with free parking in the middle of the city.
A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill.
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