The new Oxford restaurants that will open in the city

Oxford has several new restaurants that will be opening their doors to hungry customers in the coming months.

From American-style barbecue to desserts, these new additions will bring fresh flavors and choice across town.

In recent weeks a new Korean restaurant has opened on London Road, Chopstix has joined the city center on Cornmarket and Temptations desserts have started serving in Summertown.

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Here are the new restaurants you can expect:

Elle’s Deli

Oli’s Thai has been completely gutted and transformed, as it prepares to open as Elle’s Deli in June.

It will host Oli’s monthly Thai nights once it reopens.

The deli mix of Thai and Spanish dishes with some outdoor seating.

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Burning BBQ

Burnout BBQ will be moving from its current site on Islip Road, Sunnymead, to new premises on Banbury Road, Summertown, with an opening date of June 6.

Owner, local boy Malcolm Moore, said there was “nothing like it” in Oxford and compared it to the trendy Hard Rock Café.

The BBQ will serve up Texas-style fare from a custom hot rod, including burgers, hot dogs, glazed ribs, pulled pork, chicken and more.

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Oxford Mail:

Dessert chain Treatz is opening a new branch on London Road in Headington.

There is currently no opening date set, although work is underway on the site to convert it from a Barclays bank.

Treatz serves a range of dessert options, including waffles, pancakes, ice cream, cookie dough and cakes, as well as milkshakes and mocktails.

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Gees Restaurant & Bar

Although not necessarily a new opening, the Gees Restaurant & Bar has undergone a £1,000,000 refurbishment.

The Banbury Road restaurant will reopen with two new dining rooms and a new chef, Matt Smith, at the helm.

The historic restaurant is expected to reopen the week of May 23.

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This story was written by Sophie Perry, she joined the team in 2021 as a digital reporter.

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