The Grand Café
The Grand Café, on High Street, prides itself as not just a sought after tea house of Oxford but an institution. The history here is as extensive as its melange of a dozen or so teas, sandwiches and breakfast options, including bagels. It's here that you can get a true taste of English eating options set in history. According to the reliable diarist Samuel Pepys, who served as a Naval Administrator in the 17th century, The Grand Café stands on the grounds of the very first café in England. The gold lettering above the doorway and pilasters typically adorned in acanthus designs certainly add some taste to a main Oxford street abuzz with open decked tour buses. #lunch #free-wifi #cafe #restaurants #history #architecture
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