Restaurant 66a

The Cotswold Lodge Hotel, 66a Banbury Road
Oxford
OX2 6JP
Is this your business?

Sample Menus

Book Restaurant 66a Online - Fast, Free, Convenient

This Booking will earn you 100 points. (What are points?)
Please choose a time below. Use the arrows to select earlier or later times.

Special Offers

There are currently no running special offers at Restaurant 66a. If you would like to be notified when an offer runs please click here.

About Restaurant 66a

Guests and locals alike can enjoy classic British and European cuisine at Restaurant 66a in Oxford’s Cotswold Lodge Hotel. The 4-star hotel is located within walking distance of Oxford’s historic city centre, making it the perfect stop-off after a day of sight-seeing there or in the nearby Cotswolds. The elegant, modern dining room at Restaurant 66a is gracefully fitted into the lovely Georgian building, retaining the authentic fireplace, high ceilings and bay windows, and adding smart wood and brass fittings and luxe upholstery. In summer, the garden courtyard is the most romantic spot in town. Menus here change regularly - the chef employs the freshest seasonal ingredients, sourced locally wherever possible - although there’s always a range of classic European flavour combinations on offer. Choose from cream of pumpkin soup with truffle oil or roast lamb with dauphinoise potato, red cabbage and rosemary jus. Fancy a great fish and chips or steak? We do that too!

Diner Reviews - Only diners who have booked and dined can write a review

Restaurant 66a in The Cotswold Lodge Hotel on the Banbury Road in Oxford was discovered by us when searching for a suitable venue for Sunday lunch. We have visited many times since and always enjoyed the relaxed but still slightly formal setting and the wonderful food. Saturday was our first evening visit with friends. The simple menu still gave us lots of choice and variety. Value for money, good service and reliability and is something many places fail to give but not 66a, it's a little gem!

We visited Restaurant 66a, Oxford on Mother's Day for lunch. The service was really excellent with lots of helpful staff everytime we needed someone. The was really delicious and excellent value. With a vegetarian in our party it might have been nice to have one or two more creative options for them but overall it was very nice food. The 2 / 3 course deal for that day was great and we were really pleased when we got the bill!

Three friends and I went to Restaurant 66a for afternoon tea yesterday. It was a great deal! £6 per person and we had excellent tea and cakes! It was pretty quite, as we were the only guests there for the tea yesterday. Highly recommended for a free and easy afternoon hangout with friends.

Restaurant 66a was very quiet when we arrived, which made the few diners a bit self-conscious about their conversations as there was no background music to break the silence. However, the food was very tasty and with the offer very good value. Service was attentive and the restaurant itself very nicely decorated.

Restaurant 66a is nothing more than a fairly stylish hotel restaurant, and the food is if anything worse than standard hotel restaurant fare. The cuisine would be best described as traditional English takes on vaguely European dishes, and by traditional English I mean overboiled vegetables, soggy pasta, dry meat and tasteless sauces. Oxford has a reputation for terrible food, and this place does nothing to challenge. Even for guests at the hotel I'd suggest finding somewhere on North Parade.

Resturant 66a in Oxford was excellent value for money for a set meal Sunday lunch with plenty of choice on the menu and very pleasant service. We went as a family of 8 and were very impress with all aspects of the meal, service and location. Easy to park with a good selection of wines. There was not any options for children's meals but the 5 year old of the party was very happy to scoff down her Sunday roast.

Restaurant 66a in Oxford was absolutely superb. It was a Monday evening and thus quiet, but the soft jazz music playing created ambience and the service was courteous, efficient and discrete. The restaurant is in a lovely undestated Georgian style and the tables are set a good distance apart - enough for ambience but not close enough for conversation to be intruded upon. The food was delicious, even on the set menu, and the wine excellent. Will definitely go there again for a special occassion!

Found Restaurant 66a through the web and how glad we are that we did. So far we have had three Sunday Lunches and a cream tea. All have been delicious and value for money (especially the cream tea). Looking to try the evening as soon as possible, a little gem in the middle of Oxford.

it wasn't good at all. the food was horrible. Salmon is a bit off.

Only good thing is the services.

I booked a table the The Cotswold Lodge Hotel, Oxford, after having eaten there on a number of previous occasions, and being impressed by them. This time, however, was different. The bottle of wine I ordered was already open and had some missing (though they did apologise and bring a fresh bottle), the mackerel was surprisingly tasteless and bland, and the main course (monkfish with salmon) was nothing exciting. Not a bad evening as such, but it was still far short of what I hoped for.

We had a family birthday lunch here on a Sunday. 13 of us including 2 children under 3. Our table was excellent, almost square so we could all talk together, with a high chair conveniently placed for the smallest child. And it was placed in a private are with a partition between us and the other diners, which made it very private. The children especially liked this as they were able to move around teh table without disturbing other diners. The meal and drinks were value for money.

Disappointing Sunday lunch given the previous reviews. Food all rather bland and unappealing on the plate. Very good value for money (£12.95 for 2 courses) but lacked interest and atmosphere

Lovely venue. Impeccable service. The food was a bit of a mixed bag. There were some really delicious things on our plates (light crispy Yorkshire pud, best ever sticky toffee pudding, crunchy veg and basil tuile contrasting well with the creamy risotto). But the starters were very disappointing, the roast beef was tough, the gelatinous cheesecake was from the 70s and the most interesting flavours on the ice cream menu were unavailable.

We had a lovely meal at Restaurant 66a for Mother's Day celebrations on Sunday 3 April 2011. The 3 course meal, wine selection and ambience were enjoyed by all and I would highly recommend this restaurant.

Excellent food - oysters were very fresh, and duck was perfect.

Great service, and the set menu was good value for money.

Beautiful place.

Restaurant 66a, Banbury Rd, Oxford. Fixed price 3 course menu with 5 choices for each with sufficient variation to suit most people. Good quality with ample portions, service efficient, polite and friendly. Excellent value, highly reccommend

Food good but not worth the money could be bettet seasoned and richer deeper flavours. The TT deal is standard hotel deal.

Restaurant 66a@ The Cotswold Lodge Hotel gave us some very well prepared food, and has a good service. Positive experience!

Ok food, reasonable service, nice setting, very quiet restaurant. The offer was good but the overall package was nothing special so would probably not make a return visit to The Cotswold Lodge Hotel Oxford.