Food and drink
Taylors' latest venture is a cafe-deli that serves a good breakfast and will whip up a pasta lunch for you in 90 seconds.
In the past, places to sit down were the exception rather than the rule in any branch of Taylors, but in converting this former chemist-cum-post office the company has staked out its claim to fully-fledged cafédom.
Bright and friendly with solid wood furniture. Taylors always has a certain Quaker class about it.
Very good. The company has a tendency to employ bright young men and women who relate well with the customers, even if English isn't always their first language.
At the very top of St Giles, just as it becomes Woodstock Road, on the corner with Little Clarendon Street, Oxford' s 'Walk of Food'.
Go for the £2.50 breakfast bap, which is excellent early morning value.
There are eight branches across the city. Visit www.taylorsoxford.co.uk/location for details.
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