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There are four mini-supermarkets within walking distance from the Studio. M&S is good for ready meals. There's also a Co-op, Tesco and Sainsbury's. On Sunday mornings, there's a Farmer's Market, which does great takeaway food.
Summertown is our local shopping centre and you can also find pleasant neighborhood bars and restaurants here.
Summertown has an M&S food, Coop, Sainsburys and Tesco so you can stock up on grocerys here. Portobello is good for a meal as is Saffron for Indian.
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“Cutteslowe Park is 42 hectares of well kept park, proudly flying the Green Flag which rewards the best green spaces in the country. It has something for everyone. There is a children's pool, crazy golf, a small aviary, a garden centre with lots of surprises, a duck pond, a cafe, sports facilities, tennis courts and lots of space to walk and play. A miniature steam railway is run in the summer by the City of Oxford Society of Model Engineers - see their website for timings (www.cosme.org.uk/timetable.html). The park is open all day, every day although some activities do have time restrictions.”
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“Take a walk over Port Meadow towards Oxford from Godstow. Half-way to Oxford you will come across a countryside restaurant with a beautiful beer garden. A must visit! ”
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“The Lamb & Flag is a pub in St Giles' Street, Oxford, England. It is owned by St John's College, and profits fund DPhil student scholarships. The pub lies just north of the main entrance to St John's College, who manage it. The Lamb & Flag Passage runs through the south side of the building, connecting St Giles' with Museum Road, where there is an entrance to Keble College to the rear of the pub. The name of the pub comes from the symbol of Christ as the victorious Lamb of God (Agnus Dei) of the Book of Revelation, carrying a banner with a cross, and often gashed in the side. This is also a symbol of St John the Baptist, and so is emblematic of ownership by the College of St John the Baptist.”
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“Family business selling delicious, authentic Lebanese food. Try the delicious falafel wraps for just £3.50.”
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“A FAMILY TRADITION The restaurant was started in an authentic Victorian working Boathouse, alongside the punt station (established in 1904) on the banks of the river Cherwell by Anthony Verdin, a local entrepreneur and connoisseur of fine wine and food. It is still family owned and run today by John Verdin, Anthony’s eldest son, and his team of hard working, friendly waiting staff who enjoy delivering a professional and special service. The restaurant managers Brice Guibert also sommelier and Julien Minier are always ready to give you their expert advice on the best wine pairings to go with your food. They can also help choose the best wine to suit your private party or event at the Boathouse.”
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