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Rumoured to have fed a Univ College student kebabs through his window, which looked out onto the van.

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So many of their clientele are students that the van is not always there outside term-time, especially on weekdays. Former premises of Russell Acott - instruments and sheet music sales, 1894-1999 - as the tiled mosaic on the doorway floor testifies. Sandwich shop and cafe with an emphasis on home made, organic, local produce - with regular art exhibitions. Seating upstairs for 50 (room hireable for private parties); free Wi-Fi access. On the top floor of the museum, this rather classy venue has an outdoor rooftop terrace (highly enjoyable on a hot day but rather exposed in inclement weather). Chain cafe, handy for meeting up before going to the cinema.

It's always busy, and it's definitely worth booking in advance (although if it's full you can always go down to the comfortably proletarian café in the basement). Free Wifi with purchase, and internet-able computers which you can pay for. Fabulous restaurant(s - one Thai brasserie, one British bar) in insanely luxurious boutique hotel (branches also in London & Beaconsfield).

Dress is usually smart-casual and there's rarely a toddler in sight. Family-run pub with accommodation in central Thame, specialising in gluten-free food (extensive and exciting menu which lists ingredients, knowledgable staff, guests are even welcome to see the kitchen to admire the lack of cross-contamination! Also offer accommodation, and have live music on Saturdays. Not actually located in the centre of a golf course (as google would have you believe). Family run café with wifi access, extensive breakfast menu, customer loyalty voucher schemes and 10% student discount, serving drinks sourced from fair trade, ethical and family-owned businesses.

The Dining Room can be hired outside museum opening hours, and will take up to 100 people for a drinks reception, 70 for a seated dinner and 80 for an informal buffet. Plus Sunday roasts, specials board, senior citizens' meal deals and kids eat free (t&c's apply). And if you stay there you might meet the resident ghost. Internet cafe offering high speed internet access (£1 per 50 minutes); colour (25p per page) and mono (15p per page) laser printing; faxing (local: £1 first page, 50p per additional page. Follow signs from Iffley Road entrance, it's near main reception. Oxford has been without the Italian chain restaurant since 2010, when the branch in the castle closed its doors. Training restaurant, staffed by Hospitality and Catering Students, with food from the trainee Chefs. This means sometimes surprising, sometimes cordon-bleu cookery at ridiculously cheap prices. Individual and party bookings are welcome and special dietary requirements can be catered for with prior notice. This is a nice cosy little cafe-restaurant which specialises in crepes and galettes with a few other options.

Sister of Atomic Burger and now Big Ron's Burrito Shack, child of former Italian pizzeria Fratelli's: Oxford's own celebration of Americana, the 80's, and how much pop culture you can cram on to one pizza. Overseas: £2/£1; receiving: 50p per page); photocopying/scanning (50p per page/item); computer repairs; web design; network & Wi-Fi installation; mobile phone unlocking; computer & mobile accessories; toner & cartridge refilling; e-top-ups; Western Union money transfer... Café inside the Oxford University Sports Complex serving breakfasts, coffee, flapjacks etc. Now there is a new one, replacing Strada on Little Clarendon Street. They do all-buckwheat galettes, though you need to check the fillings are gluten-free.

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