A Review Of The Best Restaurants In Bicester
When the team at Oxfordshire Turf aren’t landscaping, we dine out and enjoy group meetings in various restaurants in the Oxfordshire region. This post is dedicated to the finest restos in Bicester.
For the uninitiated, Bicester is among the most rapidly growing towns in the UK. In 2014 Bicester was chosen as a garden city, with up to 13,000 homes set to be built. The small market town is based just a throw from Oxford and The Cotswolds.
Denis is a Turkish restaurant and is widely regarded as the towns finest. Reviews on TripAdvisor and Google Business celebrate the businesses cuisine and service. Based in Sheep St, Denis offers Turkish and Mediterranean food served with Italian, French and Turkish wine. A review on TripAdvisor noted:
‘I love this place, I’ve been there a few times over the years after being introduced by a work colleague! He wasn’t wrong, the staff are friendly, the service is great, its not expensive and the food is really tasty! ‘– TripAdvisor
Nut Tree Inn
Established by Mike and Imogen North, the cuisine of The Nut Tree Inn in Murcot has drawn national attention. A traditional village pub, The Nut Tree has been bestowed the honour of a Michelin Star for 8 years running. The menu features Risotto of Mushrooms and Salad of Griddled Asparagus.
The popularity of Thai cuisine has soared across the UK in recent years. Suwanna Thai, based in the town center, this restaurant is a fine proponent the trend. The beauty of the food is evidence by a series of branches opening in Caversham, Witney and at the Greyhound Inn.
Future posts will features our landscaping exploits and the sites and sounds of other Oxfordshire towns. Feel free to make your own suggestions. In the meantime, if you want restaurant tips or turf in Bicester contact our team on the number above.